Questions tagged [wikidata]

Tools used specifically for exploiting/editing/managing Wikidata, the collaborative knowledge base run by the Wikimedia Foundation.

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Scan my disk for geolocalized pictures close to a Wikidata item without an image

Context Many Wikipedia articles lack a picture, for instance most articles about Congolese towns or schools do not have a picture. So when I travel to out-of-the-beaten-path places I always take ...
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Command-line tool to query Wikidata (or another SPARQL endpoint)

In the Linux terminal, I want to run a SPARQL query, and get as output the result as CSV: $ query --service https://query.wikidata.org/sparql?query=SPARQL --sparql "SELECT ?i ?c WHERE { ?i wdt:P31 wd:...
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Wikipedia offline explorer recommendations

I have been using XOWA all these while. But there are other explorers as well (see here). The thing I like about XOWA is that its rendering is impeccable. But the downside is that it needs too much ...
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Notification for modification of a particular Wikidata field

I want to be notified whenever a particular property of a particular Wikidata item changes. For instance, whenever someone changes the "official website" property of item "Louvre". There is a ...
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Program that gives Wikidata identifier from Wiki* article name

Getting the Wikidata id of a Wikipedia/Wikivoyage/Wiktionary article (in a particular language) is easy to do using the Wikidata API, but takes too much time when you have thousands of ids to find. ...
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Software to easily create Wikivoyage banners

Wikivoyage volunteers need to create banners to place at the top of each article. Thousands of banners like this one: Here is the process for each locality in the world: Example of locality: New ...
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Tool to generate CSV lists from Wikidata

Wikidata is an online database which contains many details about many countries, politicians, paintings, etc. For instance, for each country you have name, flag, map, which are all strings or URLs to ...