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Published on 10.05.18 in Vol 20, No 5 (2018): May

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Works citing "Effects of Contributor Experience on the Quality of Health-Related Wikipedia Articles"

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  1. Jemielniak D, Masukume G, Wilamowski M. The Most Influential Medical Journals According to Wikipedia: Quantitative Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(1):e11429
  2. Bientzle M, Hircin E, Kimmerle J, Knipfer C, Smeets R, Gaudin R, Holtz P. Association of Online Learning Behavior and Learning Outcomes for Medical Students: Large-Scale Usage Data Analysis. JMIR Medical Education 2019;5(2):e13529
  3. Holtz P, Kimmerle J, Cress U. Using big data techniques for measuring productive friction in mass collaboration online environments. International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning 2018;13(4):439