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May 2023

Update of demo-linguistic data (Ethnologue #26, March 2023)

Upgrade of Interface indicator with integration of Digital Language Support Indicator

the main findings are that:

Apart some notables changes induced by Ethnologue corrections (English, Arabic, Tagalog) and a new strong player (Pidgin Nigerian), there is no major differences on the results.                                            
In the cyber-geography table, African family of languages amplifies its new and most expected uprising started in V3.2  (check evolution there)                                            
The rest of languages not included in the study is now reduced to less tha 4% of population and around 2% of contents.                                            
13 new languages have been added to the study, including European' Occitan and Japanese' Okinawan.               

Check method The method behind the unprecedented production of indicators of the presence of languages in the Internet. Front. Res. Metr. Anal. Sec. Research Methods Volume 8 – 2023.  doi: 10.3389/frma.2023.1149347.

Check here new methodological notes for V4.




April 2023 (update of ITU % of connected persons per country)

the main findings are that:

The percentage of connected persons worldwide have grown from  64% to 67% in one year

ITU have retaken the offering of estimations in countries where no official data is proposed by government    
Many important changes on connectivity figures per country, with some strong growth or drop 
Practically no changes on the first languages    
Strong growth of connectivity in Africa drives increase above 10% of African languages    
The signs of progress of the less connected starts to appear : 
 French progress thanks to Africa together with African languages; Asian languages keep  progressing except Chinese     
Arabic growth have stopped    

V3.1, August 2022 (Update of World Bank % persons connected per country), includes comparison with V3.c : V3.1

V3.c, August 2022 (Correction of a bug in V3, with marginal impact) : V3.c

V3, March 2022 (Model redesign, reaching final version, all biases controlled):  V3 (Check details and method)

V2, 2021 (Model improvement in bias control, reaching out 329 languages) : V2 (Check details)

V1.2, 2019 (Offer a comparison between results of 2015,  2016 and 2017 using 2017 version & playing with ITU data from previous years) : V1.2  (Check details)

V1, 2017 (Start of new method for 129 languages) : V1  (Check details and method)