I am Tiago, thank you for stopping by.
I have graduated in Biomedical Sciences at the University of São Paulo (2014-2017), and got a MSc in Bioinformatics in the same university (2018-2020). I'm pursuing a PhD on modeling of biomedical concepts related to cell types (grant #19/26284-1, São Paulo Research Foundation) ..
I currently live in Brazil. I am very interested in translating biomedical data into Wikidata format. I have been quite active in the WikiProject COVID-19
I currently take care of 3 bot accounts:
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Things that I worked on:Edit
- Wikidata Bib:a Wikidata-powered dashboard which shows the stats about what I read for my PhD.
- ANN: A project to annotate biomedical text with Wikidata IDs.
I have not done any work for the tools below, but they are worth sharing:Edit
- This gadget to see who edited each statement and label is incredibly usefulː User:Ricordisamoa/WikidataTrust.js
- Nikki's key shortcuts are also a huge time saver: User:Nikki/KeyShortcuts.js
- These user-friendly tools are really nice to edit Wikidata:
- Author Disambiguator and other bibliography related tools (see curation by UCLA Library here)
- Wikidata Art Depiction Explorer to add "depicts" statatements and/or explore works of art.
- TABernacle makes it simple to manually add statements to articles
- SourceMD is a very nice way to add information about articles to Wikidata
- Toolforge list of Wikidata-related tools
Things that I do not know much about but I plan to check in the future:Edit
- By adding ?safemode=1 you can load a page without gadgets/common.css/common.js
Gadget & Tool wishlistEdit
- Foldable statements
- keybinds for adding "instance of" (q) and subclass of (w)
- A good topic tagging tool for scholarly literature
- A Google Slides Add on for embedding Wikidata queries
- A Gadget that links item to the properties used by instances of it
Work in progressEdit
Ideas for properties:
- Cell type --> cell type (closest species-neutral term)
- Medical test/diagnosis method --> Condition it diagnoses
- coin type --> shape (edge type)
Currently, channels are not linked to their substrates. For example, always incomplete (Q21873886) is not currently linked to sodium sodium (Q658). That makes it impossible to query for channels of a particular compound type. Such queries would be very useful for biology/biomedicine enthusiasts using Wikidata. ~~~~