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Hi gurus, im just trying to figure out how wikipedia get its statistics or how can i provide statistics for my contribution.

Thats beacuse i develped a statistics project for Formula 1 and im looking for different alternatives to distribute my content.

Thanks
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I'm pretty sure that any statistics in a Wikipedia article are provided by the author.
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Please read through how to grade  http://support.experts-exchange.com/customer/portal/articles/481419-what-grade-should-i-award-

If you are going to award the question/answer less then an "A", you should justify the reason and there should have been a response on your end for more information.  By accepting the given answer without asking for more assistance, the grading of the question should be an "A"

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Ok i will delete the question and nobody get the points sorry
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Please don't be offended. I'm not trying to offend you.  I'm trying to help you get better results.  

This was an easy quick way to answer, but that does not mean it was a bad answer.  If you feel there should be more detail, then just ask or let us know what you don't understand.
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