DBpedia

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DBPedia is a database of all the statistical data in Wikipedia and other similar wiki sources.


Ontology

The DBpedia Ontology is a shallow, cross-domain ontology, which has been manually created based on the most commonly used infoboxes within Wikipedia. The ontology currently covers over 170 classes which form a subsumption hierarchy and has 940 properties.


API

SPARQL Endpoint

EXAMPLE - [ Looking for Software] (Nouns)

 http://dbpedia.org/snorql/?query=SELECT+*+WHERE+{%0D%0A%3Fsubject+dbpedia2:wordnet_type+<http://www.w3.org/2006/03/wn/wn20/instances/synset-software-noun-1>.%0D%0A%3Fsubject+rdfs:label+%3Flabel.%0D%0A%3Fsubject+rdfs:comment+%3Fabstract.%0D%0AFILTER+(lang(%3Flabel)+%3D+"en"+%26%26+lang(%3Fabstract)+%3D+"en")%0D%0A}+LIMIT+100


Mobile

DBpedia Mobile maps DBpedia locations and allows users to explore background information about them by navigating into DBpedia and other interlinked datasets such as GeoNames, Revyu, EuroStat and Flickr. Supports 14 languages and various filters.


Lookup

Lookup helps you find the nearest DBpedia IDs related to a certain specific keyword.

EXAMPLE:

http://lookup.dbpedia.org/api/search.asmx/KeywordSearch?QueryClass=company&QueryString=Television

Spotlight

Spotlight enables you to annotate or disambiguiate text, which could be useful for search, NLP and other IR tasks.

EXAMPLE:

http://spotlight.dbpedia.org/rest/annotate?text=President%20Barack%20Obama%20called%20Wednesday%20on%20Congress%20to%20extend%20a%20tax%20break%20for%20students%20included%20in%20last%20year%27s%20economic%20stimulus%20package,%20arguing%20that%20the%20policy%20provides%20more%20generous%20assistance.&confidence=0.25&support=20



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External Links


See Also

Wikipedia | Wikidata | Semantic Web | SPARQL | RDF