Hola, I am David Laniado, a researcher in computational social science, and since 2008 Wikipedia has been the main focus of my research.
The complete list of my publications is available here.
Gender and emotions in Wikipedia discussions (slides):
- Daniela Iosub, David Laniado, Carlos Castillo, Mayo Fuster Morell, Andreas Kaltenbrunner (2014). Emotions under Discussion: Gender, Status and Communication in Online Collaboration. PLoS ONE, 9(8): e104880.
- David Laniado, Carlos Castillo, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Mayo Fuster-Morell (2012). Emotions and dialogue in a peer-production community. WikiSym '12 - 8th International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration, Linz, Austria, August 2012.
Contropedia platform for controversy exploration (web site, slides):
- Christian Pentzold, Esther Weltevrede, Michele Mauri, David Laniado, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Erik Borra (2017). Digging Wikipedia: The Online Encyclopedia as a Digital Cultural Heritage Gateway and Site. Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH), 10 (1), 5.
- Erik Borra, Esther Weltevrede, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Michele Mauri, David Laniado, Richard Rogers, Paolo Ciuccarelli, Giovanni Magni, Tommaso Venturini (2015). Societal Controversies in Wikipedia Articles. CHI '15 - Human Factors in Computing Systems, Seoul, Corea, April 2015.
Discussion patterns in talk pages:
- Jessica J. Neff, David Laniado, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Karolin Kappler, Yana Volkovich, Pablo Aragón (2013). Jointly they edit: Examining the impact of community identification on political interaction in Wikipedia. PLoS ONE 8(4), e60584.
- Andreas Kaltenbrunner and David Laniado (2012). There is No Deadline - Time Evolution of Wikipedia Discussions. WikiSym '12 - 8th International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration, Linz, Austria, August 2012.
- David Laniado, Riccardo Tasso, Yana Volkovich and Andreas Kaltenbrunner (2011). When the Wikipedians Talk: Network and Tree Structure of Wikipedia Discussion Pages. ICWSM '11 - 5th International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, Barcelona, Spain, July 2011.
- Miquel-Ribé, M., & Laniado, D. (2019). Wikipedia Cultural Diversity Dataset: A Complete Cartography for 300 Language Editions. Proceedings of the Ninth International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media - ICWSM ‘19, Munich, Germany, June 2019.
- Marc Miquel-Ribé, David Laniado (2018). Wikipedia Culture Gap: Quantifying Content Imbalances Across 40 Language Editions. Frontiers in Physics, 6(1), 54.
Networks of wikilinks:
- Cristian Consonni, David Laniado, and Alberto Montresor (2019). WikiLinkGraphs: A complete, longitudinal and multi-language dataset of the Wikipedia link networks. Proceedings of the Ninth International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media - ICWSM ‘19, Munich, Germany, June 2019.
- Nils Markusson, Tommaso Venturini, David Laniado, Andreas Kaltenbrunner (2016). Contrasting medium and genre on Wikipedia to open up the dominating definition and classification of geoengineering. Big Data & Society 3 (2).
- Young-Ho Eom, Pablo Aragón, David Laniado, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Sebastiano Vigna, Dima L Shepelyansky (2015). Interactions of cultures and top people of Wikipedia from ranking of 24 language editions. PLoS ONE 10(3): e0114825.
- Pablo Aragon, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, David Laniado and Yana Volkovich (2012). Biographical Social Networks on Wikipedia - A cross-cultural study of links that made history. WikiSym '12 - 8th International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration, Linz, Austria, August 2012.
Page views and reader behaviour:
- Marijn ten Thij, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, David Laniado and Yana Volkovich (2019). Collective attention patterns under controlled conditions. Online Social Networks and Media, 13, 100047.
- Janette Lehmann, Claudia Müller-Birn, David Laniado, Mounia Lalmas and Andreas Kaltenbrunner (2014). Reader Preferences and Behavior on Wikipedia, HT '14 - 25th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media, Santiago, Chile, September 2014.
Wikimedia CEE Online Meeting 2021 submissionEdit
On behalf of the Wikimedia CEE Online Meeting 2021 programme committee, I am pleased to inform you that your submission "Measuring Central and Eastern Europe Wikipedias Growth and Renewal" has been accepted as a discussion, and it was scheduled for 14:35 (UTC) on Sunday, 7 November (see the draft schedule). Considering that the conference will have language interpretation from English into Russian and vice versa, you have the choice between English and Russian as a language that you will use in your session. If you have not yet registered for the conference, please follow the instructions on this page. In case you have any additional requests or questions, do not hesitate to contact me or any other committee member.
Best regards.--Kiril Simeonovski (talk) 09:34, 21 October 2021 (UTC)