Eps 15: Wikidata


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Beth Cunningham

Beth Cunningham

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One of the first new projects to emerge from the Wikimedia Foundation since 2006 has now begun development. The organization, best known for its user-friendly encyclopedia, has announced a new project, called Wikidata, to provide a knowledge base that can be read and edited by both humans and machines. The creation of a semantic database based on Wikipedia data and the extraction of structured content from this data is an important step towards making it available online.
The difference is that the data is not only made available, but it is also editable for everyone.
The Wikidata project of the Wikimedia Foundation aims to build a free and linked database that provides the data contained in Wikipedia in a structured, machine-readable format. Since the official launch of the WikidATA project in 2012, the Wikidsata community has collected and stored more than 1.5 million facts about the history and culture of the world. The facts include both temporal and spatial information and are provided with provenance information . Facts is an international project developed by WikIData and is the first step in the development of a global database of facts and information about human history.
The Wikidata Knowledge Graph is the result of a collaboration between the Wikimedia Foundation and the MediaWiki project, a sister project of Wikimedia. As you may know, Mediawiki is mainly used for content management of the sisterWikis project and isbebe works closely with the Wikidsata project to help others to use the knowledge that is generated in the WikidATA project as part of their own content management systems.
MediaWiki has a subproject, Wikibase, which is responsible for managing structured data in MediaWiki. There is also a WikIBase client that supports the installation of Media Wiki using the structured data source, the Wik Bibase Repository. The WikiBaseRepository is an extension of the media wiki that allows the use of the Mediawiki as a data store and uses it as an open - open source and easy to use - tool for monitoring and operating structured data stores.
With structured data from Wikipedia and a handful of others, Wikidata is the be-all and end-all - to create sources from which information can be generated.
The beauty of Wikidata for SEO is that there are no low hanging fruit - you just have to build a solid page to get the hang of it. However, if you are new to work, there is a pause - in the phase and then a pause - after that.
It is important to note that Wikidata is mostly a companion text to the other wikis and not a substitute for the main page itself.
It should also be remembered that, unlike Wikipedia, Wikidata is not intended as a secondary knowledge base for knowledge acquisition, but as a primary source of knowledge. If you are new, it is a good rule of thumb to add almost any data that you cannot back up with links, sources or links. One can expect to be removed from work if one considers what one already has remarkable.
To avoid duplication of manual data, local databases could obtain the latest population numbers from external sources, such as the US Census Bureau or the World Health Organization.
Wikidata also defines unique identifiers for each resource, and all the vocabulary that talks about Australia is linked to all its resources in Australia. WikidATA has also defined a unique identifier for this resource for the Australian Bureau of Statistics .
TopBraid has introduced new features to support the deployment of additional external knowledge graphs for the Sparql endpoint, including endpoints managed by your own organization. This article illustrates the new possibilities by creating a list of resources that match Wikidata to reuse information from other Wikimedia sister projects, such as the Meta Wiki. The list in this article has been updated to include data from WikIDATA and links to all other Wikis sister projects, including Meta - Wiki and our own Wikidsata interwikilink.
The link in this list is the link to the article required to appear on the Wikidata interwikilink as it appears in the Meta Wiki, Meta Wiki and our own Wikidsata Interwikilsink. This is the first time that WikIDATA information has been centralized in one place, not in a separate, separate repository.
You know why linking to open data is important for the work of librarians. You know how important it is to know how Wikidata is organized and how to move in it, and you know that it is related to a variety of issues, such as the history of the Library of Congress and the American Library Association. Learn more about the various research areas to which WikIDATA refers, as well as its role in the library community.