Wikipedia:WikiProject Organismal Biomechanics/Assessment

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Welcome to the assessment subpage of the Organismal Biomechanics WikiProject! Here you can find directions about assessing the quality of Wikipedia's medicine articles. While much of the work is done in conjunction with the WP:1.0 program, the article ratings are also used within the project itself to aid in recognizing excellent contributions and identifying topics in need of further work.

The ratings are done in a distributed fashion through parameters in the {{OBTalk}} banner; this causes the articles to be placed in the appropriate sub-categories of Category:Organismal Biomechanics articles by quality and Category:Organismal Biomechanics articles by importance, which serves as the foundation for an automatically generated worklist.

All articles under Organismal Biomechanics Project should try to adhere to Manual of Style. An article is unlikely to attract a grade above B class if it does not conform to style guideline. An A-Class Article is very well-written, nearly comprehensive and approaching excellence, but may still need minor edits and adjustments. A Featured Article is the highest possible assessment, and requires a community consensus demonstrated at Featured Article Candidates per the guidelines of What Is a Featured Article?

Requesting an assessment or re-assessment[edit]

What you can accomplish here

This process is to find out whether your article is currently assessed at the correct level (Stub, Start, C, B) and correct importance (Low, Mid, High, Top). If you have significantly expanded an article and it is rated below B class, or if you feel the rating is otherwise incorrect, then please feel free to list it below.

What you can NOT accomplish here
  • If you are interested in more extensive comments on an article, contact Project members at WT:Organismal Biomechanics or list it at Peer review instead.
  • If you think the article is particularly well written, then you can nominate it as a possible Good article or even as a possible Featured article.
  • We do not currently have a process for identifying A-class articles.


Add articles here![edit]

(Newest requests on the BOTTOM)

I've improved Hill's muscle model article. Please, could anyone review it? --Rudolf Hellmuth (talk) 23:36, 4 October 2010 (UTC)