Reducing False Alarms

This is a list of the average number of rule matches per document when running on Wikipedia (example: English). Languages with high values are bold. Note that some results are skewed by a small number of articles that cause a huge amount of error messages.

Date: 2013-09-21

Catalan: ø13,17 rule matches per document
Esperanto: ø3,55 rule matches per document
German: ø21,07 rule matches per document
English: ø26,94 rule matches per document
Spanish: ø7,51 rule matches per document
French: ø80,68 rule matches per document
Galician: ø3,45 rule matches per document
Icelandic: ø0,87 rule matches per document
Italian: ø85,71 rule matches per document
Lithuanian: ø4,35 rule matches per document
Dutch: ø30,91 rule matches per document
Polish: ø16,33 rule matches per document
Romanian: ø4,27 rule matches per document
Russian: ø12,77 rule matches per document
Slovak: ø4,90 rule matches per document
Slovenian: ø69,75 rule matches per document
Swedish: ø1,63 rule matches per document
Ukrainian: ø6,38 rule matches per document
Greek: ø2,17 rule matches per document
Breton: ø1,46 rule matches per document
Chinese: ø27,34 rule matches per document
Portuguese: ø3,83 rule matches per document
Tagalog: ø2,12 rule matches per document
Japanese: ø0,40 rule matches per document

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