Are any statistics kept to indicate the volume or proportion of 'old world' - v - 'new world' input or participation in this relatively recently planted & still growing 'global tree'?
Do such statistics, if available, indicate what proportion of that input is original (i.e. not borrowed from existing 'ancestrees' or other, older, online data accumulations)?
Are any indicators available as to the 'roots' of such input e.g. Dutch, German, English, Italian, Scottish, Greek, Irish, Finnish, Turkish, Russian, Egyptian, Pakistani, etc., etc., etc. ?
With some better knowledge of the answers to these questions I, for one, would be in a better position to answer a recent question from Eowyn Langholf regarding the importance, or otherwise, of connecting to the 'Global Family'.
Answers (as distinct from comments) would be of great help, to me, to get a better feel for where (and how) WikiTree is currently located in the greater forest of trees - which in absence of the requested information seems to be primarily americano-centric & based on the currently accepted americanisation & usage of the english language - thus effectively excluding (alienating?) the other 80% of 'our global family'.