The "Additional Metrics" view.
- Explanation of metrics.
- Length change: Gives the percentage of article growth or shrinkage in byte length, compared to the previous revision.
- Edit rapidness: Measures the time in hours that has elapsed since the previous revision.
- Average editors disagreed with (window=50): Shows how many editors' content was affected on average per revision by the actions in the last 50 revisions. (i.e., "how many 'feet were stepped on', on average, in the last 50 revisions")
- Gini outgoing disagreement actions: For previous the 50 revisions, based on the interaction network, shows how equally distributed the outgoing disagreement edges are over the editors. I.e., if most or all of the negative actions came from just a few editors, the Gini coefficient will converge to →1. If the disagreement actions came equally from all editors, it will converge to →0.
- Gini incoming disagreement actions:For the previous 50 revisions, based on the interaction network, shows how equally distributed the incoming disagreement edges are over the editors. I.e., if most or all of the negative actions target just a few editors, the Gini coefficient will converge to →1. If the disagreement actions equally target all editors, it will converge to →0.
- Gini editorship: Taking as a base all unique editors ever active in the article, this measure shows how equally all edits made in the article are distributed over the editors. I.e., if most or all of the edits were made just by a few editors, the Gini coefficient will converge to →1. If the edits were made at equal proportions by all editors, it will converge to →0.
- Gini editorship (window=50): Limits the Gini editorship to only the previous 50 revisions and reports the average.
- Template:**** curves: Show for several important templates when they were present (value=1) or not present (value=0) in the article (or its talk page, if template doesn't appear on main page)