Some articles on experts, asked, asked experts:
... a story titled "Can you trust Wikipedia?" in which a panel of experts was asked to review seven entries related to their fields, giving each article reviewed a number ... and the German Wikipedia in October 2004 Experts evaluated 66 articles in various fields ... than in those of its commercial competitors." PC Pro magazine (August 2007) asked experts to compare four articles (a small sample) in their scientific fields between Wikipedia, Britannica and Encarta ...
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