December 23, 2005
Accuracy of Wikipedia
Andy Carvin reports that Nature magazine has just published the results of an investigation comparing Wikipedia and Encyclopedia Britannica regarding accuracy of scientific information. The result: almost a tie. Examining 42 scientific topics, Nature's team of experts and editors found an average of four inaccuracies per Wikipedia entry, and three per Britannica entry.
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