Re: How can we improve the SBML Wikipedia entry?
26 Mar '12 11:34
On Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:45:22 -0600, "Chris J. Myers"
> How do you see the rating?
There is a 'rate this page' box towards the bottom of a wiki page.
Click 'View page ratings' to see the ratings made thus far.
> Do they give any reasons?
The ratings are just 1-5 stars in four categories.
> I noticed that
> the page ratings are pretty low but there is only 2 or 3 ratings, so
> no statistical significance. Is it simply a matter of asking people
> to read and rate it in order to improve the grade? Assuming people
> read and rate it highly.
2-3 ratings don't really mean anything.
If you ask people who are already familiar with SBML to rate the page,
the outcome will be biased (which may not be undesirable). I'd think
one of the major purposes of this page is to serve as an entry point for
those who want to become familiar with SBML. If this is the case, then
to get ratings from the target audience you'd need to reach and ask
those who don't know SBML yet (a few billions) but will likely intend to
know it in some near future (no estimate). Select academic environments
might be a good proxy.
> On Mar 26, 2012, at 11:28 AM, Michael Hucka wrote:
>> I noticed with disappointment that the SBML wikipedia entry,
>> has been given only a "C" grade on the quality scale,
>> I'd like to improve it. Can people help me identify what changes would be useful, in order to get the score moving in a higher direction?
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