Wikipedia:Disambiguation rule disregard index

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Disambiguation rule disregard index — is a quantitative indicator, which reflects accuracy of links between Wikipedia articles.

Disambiguation "rule" recorded in {{disambig}} template, read

The index is equal to 100% when the fraction of links to disambiguation pages in the set of article links is the same as the fraction of disambiguations among all zero namespace pages. This can be treated as complete disregard to the "rule".

The index is equal to zero iff no article links point to disambiguation pages.

Index value is computed as relation between portion of links to disambiguation pages and portion, which disambiguation pages constitute in the set joining them with articles.

Actual index value can be seen here.

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