Welcome to Wikidata, Rodrigo Tetsuo Argenton!
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Your feedback matters: Final reminder to take the global Wikimedia surveyEdit
Community Insights SurveyEdit
RMaung (WMF) 16:25, 9 September 2019 (UTC)
Reminder: Community Insights SurveyEdit
RMaung (WMF) 19:51, 20 September 2019 (UTC)
- Hi @Nadzik:,
- Yes, I noticed, :(, I was trying to identify which caves the batch skipped to fill this empty entries.
Generally Wikidata is designed to only store scientific articles metadata:
- scientific journal
- date of the publication
- identifiers like DOI and PMID
- and so on
Every item about a scientific article can also contain references (bibliography) that were cited in it.
I think Wikidata is not suitable for inclusion of text of scientific articles.