Using Spoc-Text, it is extremely easy to start a new WIKI that you can take and edit anywhere.
A Wiki is a set of Documents that are...
The most prominent Wikis is, of course, the Wikipedia, a Wiki maintained by thousands of people around the world. And now you can build your own, without having to learn HTML or setting up complex Tools. Just use Spoc-Text.
Wikis are extremely useful to maintain Notes or a Documentation or just to manage your daily Chores.
The Hyperlinks allow to build any Structure you like and keep the individual Documents small and semantically unique and uniform.
This is essentially the same Question as for Spoc-Web Databases. A single Wiki is most useful, because you don't need to repeat Things and keep Single Points of Change (SPoCs), but there are several Things to consider:
Eventually you have to decide how to set up your Wikis. The Thoughts listed here should support you in taking the best Decision.
Most people start with a single Document. Most often this contains only an Outline first with Topics and Sub-Topics grouped by Indenting. This is an excellent
Beginning to gradually move to linked File Structures as the Volume of the Wiki grows: Usually a Topic with all Content below
it can be moved to a new Document and the Topic Title is made into a Hyperlink.