QRank is a ranking signal for Wikidata entities. It gets computed by aggregating page view statistics for Wikipedia, Wikitravel, Wikibooks, Wikispecies and other Wikimedia projects. For example, according to the QRank signal, the fictional character Pippi Longstocking ranks lower than Harry Potter, but still much higher than the obscure Äffle & Pferdle.
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A ranking signal is useful when time or space are too limited to handle everything. When fixing data problems, use QRank for maximal impact of your work. In cartography, use QRank to display important features more prominently; this map of Swiss castles uses QRank to decide which castles deserve a large symbol.
Data: Like Wikidata, the QRank data is dedicated to the Public domain via CC0-1.0. To the extent possible under law, we have waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to this work. This work is published from Switzerland, using infrastructure of the Wikimedia Foundation in the United States.
Code: The source code of the program for computing the QRank signal is released under the MIT license.