This is a variant of the PTQ that is designed to determine the level of work that the element articles need. Data on the page views from the month of November was taken from WP:ELEM/PP (the bot missed the Bplus-class articles, such as ununtrium; data for these was taken from stats.grok.se), and article quality was taken from 6 January. The article quality was then quantified by choosing the following numbers for each class, to get an "assessment value":
These values were then multiplied by the number of page views per day for each article to get the "work values", of which a complete chart can be found below. The natural log of this value was then taken to get the "color value" (not shown in the table below). A value of 0 (or a negative number) corresponds to green, and a value of 10 corresponds to red, and intermediate values are in-between on the above table. Gray articles do not have enough data as a result of being created less than one month before this table was created.
Column counts are columns only that contain elements. "Compact cells" denote cells with element symbol only, have navbox style and the table fits basic wiki page width (1024×768). "Large cells" have more data, and may cause page width excess (scroll bar added). "Extended" periodic tables are about theoretical periods 8 and higher (element 119 and higher).