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FYI, Wikipedia actually has several pages along the lines of what you suggest (although perhaps not precisely what you are seeking). They have general pages on statistics at:



And a list of wikipedia users with the most edits at:


There's also an external site analyzing the logs to get the list of most-visited pages:


The list of "special pages" also has a range of other options that might be of interest:



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