Reda (rzeka)

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Reda (rzeka)

Reda River - river in Poland. Article "Reda (rzeka)" in Polish Wikipedia has 47.1 points for quality (as of March 1, 2021). The article contains, among others metrics, 10 references and 9 sections.

In this language version of Wikipedia the article has the best quality. Also, this article is the most popular in that language version.

Achievements in February 2021:

Since the creation of article "Reda (rzeka)", its content was written by 44 authors in Polish Wikipedia and edited by 90 authors in all languages.

The article is cited 49 times in Polish Wikipedia and cited 97 times in all languages.

The highest Authors’ Interest rank from 2002:

  • Local (Polish): #3091 in October 2003
  • Global: #57095 in October 2003

The highest popularity rank from 2008:

  • Local (Polish): #43265 in February 2012
  • Global: #667835 in January 2009

There are 6 language versions for this article in WikiRank database (of the considered 55 Wikipedia language editions).

The quality and popularity assessment was based on Wikipedia dumps from March 1, 2021 (including revision history and pageviews for previous years).

The table below shows the language versions of the article with the highest quality.

Languages with the highest quality

#LanguageQuality gradeQuality score
1Polish
Reda (rzeka)
47.143
2English
Reda (river)
24.1565
3German
Reda (Fluss)
22.0141
4Persian
رودخانه ردا
12.4368
5Norwegian (Nynorsk)
Reda
10.2631
6Chinese
雷達河
10.0262
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The following table shows the most popular language versions of the article.

Most popular in February 2021

The most popular language versions of the article "Reda (rzeka)" in February 2021
#LanguagePop. awardRelative popularity
1Polish
Reda (rzeka)
100
2English
Reda (river)
8.5428
3Norwegian (Nynorsk)
Reda
8.0402
4German
Reda (Fluss)
3.5176
5Persian
رودخانه ردا
1.005
6Chinese
雷達河
0
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The following table shows the language versions of the article with the highest Authors’ Interest.

The highest AI in February 2021

Language versions of the article "Reda (rzeka)" with the highest AI in February 2021
#LanguageAI awardRelative AI
1German
Reda (Fluss)
0
2English
Reda (river)
0
3Persian
رودخانه ردا
0
4Norwegian (Nynorsk)
Reda
0
5Polish
Reda (rzeka)
0
6Chinese
雷達河
0
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The following table shows the language versions of the article with the highest number of citations.

The highest CI

Language versions of the article "Reda (rzeka)" with the highest Citation Index (CI)
#LanguageCI awardRelative CI
1Polish
Reda (rzeka)
100
2English
Reda (river)
65.3061
3German
Reda (Fluss)
26.5306
4Norwegian (Nynorsk)
Reda
4.0816
5Persian
رودخانه ردا
2.0408
6Chinese
雷達河
0
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Scores

Quality as of March 1, 2021:
Popularity in February 2021:
Polish:
Global:
Authors in February 2021:
Polish:
Global:
Authors in all years:
Polish:
Global:
Citations:
Polish:
Global:

Quality measures

Interwiki

Popularity rank history

Best Rank Polish:
#43265
02.2012
Global:
#667835
01.2009

AI rank history

Best Rank Polish:
#3091
10.2003
Global:
#57095
10.2003

Languages comparsion

Cumulative results

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In Polish Wikipedia the most popular articles on that day were: Bezczel, Jesień, Robert Karaś, Robert Mazurek, Stefan Wyszyński, Najdłuższe rzeki świata, Państwa Europy, Polska, Zdzisław Najmrodzki, 22 września.

About WikiRank

The WikiRank project is intended for automatic relative evaluation of the articles in the various language versions of Wikipedia. At the moment the service allows to compare over 39 million Wikipedia articles in 55 languages. Quality scores of articles are based on Wikipedia dumps from March, 2021. When calculating current popularity and AI of articles data from February 2021 was taken into account. For historical values of polularity and AI WikiRank used data from 2002 to 2021... More information