The purpose of this paper is to clarify the diverse patterns of editors' behavior in\nJapanese Wikipedia. For this purpose, we choose 100 editors, and analyze their process of edit.\nFirst, we visualized how editors write articles as directed graph. Second, by using average shortest\npath length and clustering coefficient, we classified editors' behavior into three types. As a result,\nwe found editors' various participation attitudes in Wikipedia.
Most of conventional Wikipedia related researches focused on various analysis of Wikipedia by using Wikipedia's database dump and its edit history. However, currently we are able to use Wikipedia's page view data in addition to use its database dump and edit history. In this paper, we focus on Wikipedia's page view data to analyze Wikipedia users' interest, i.e. page view activities, that we cannot extract only from database dump. We show the comparison of page view data both with the number of edits and the number of search results from a search engine.