DBpedia is one of the first and most prominent nodes of the Linked Open Data cloud.
It provides structured data for more than 100 Wikipedia language editions as well as Wikimedia Commons, has a mature ontology and a stable and thorough Linked Data publishing lifecycle.
Wikidata, on the other hand, has recently emerged as a user curated source for structured information which is included in Wikipedia.
Enriching DBpedia with structured information from Wikidata provides added value for a number of usage scenarios.
With help of new DBpedia extractors, as well as DBpedia provenance extractors and additional post-processing & validation steps. With the current mapping status we managed to generate over 1 billion RDF triples.
In below table, some statistics provided from 03.30.2015 rdf output .
|| PageIDs & revisions
|| Explicit & transitive redirects
|| Resource aliases with dbo:alias
|| Labels with rdfs:label
|| Descriptions with dbo:description
|| dbpedia inter-language links
| wikidata links
|| Links to original wikidata URIs
| Mapped facts
|| Aggregated mapped facts
| - Types
|| Direct types from the dbpedia ontology
| - Transitive Types
|| Transitive types from the \dbpedia ontology
| - Coordinates
|| Geo coordinates
| - Images
|| Depictions using foaf:depiction & dbo:thumbnail
| - mappings
|| wikidata statements with dbpedia ontology
| - External links
|| sameAs links to external databases
| Mapped facts (R)
|| Mapped statements reified (all)
| Mapped facts (RQ)
|| Mapped qualifiers
| Raw facts
|| Raw simple statements (not mapped)
| Raw facts (R)
|| Raw statements reified
| Raw facts (RQ)
|| Raw qualifiers
|| Reified statements references with dbo:reference
| Mapping Errors
|| Facts from incorrect mappings
| Ontology Errors
|| Facts excluded due to ontology inconsistencies
In above table, (R) stands for a reified dataset and (Q) for a qualifiers dataset.
In the future we plan to extend the mapping coverage as well as extend the language with new mapping functions and more advanced mapping definitions.