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Wikidata:Property proposal/Total shots in career

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total shots in careerEdit

Originally proposed at Wikidata:Property proposal/Sports

Descriptionsports statistic
Representsshot (Q3306078)
Data typeQuantity
Allowed values[\d+]
Allowed unitsnumbers
Example 1Wayne Gretzky (Q209518) → 5088
Example 2Sergei Mozyakin (Q970861) → 2488
  • of (P642)Kontinental Hockey League (Q190001)
  • start time (P580) → 2008
  • retrieved (P813) → 19 February 2019
  • Example 3Connor McDavid (Q2806736) → 812
  • of (P642)National Hockey League (Q1215892)
  • start time (P580) → 2015
  • retrieved (P813) → 19 February 2019
  • Source
    Planned useto upload statistics for retired NHL players, to be available for use in other sports
    Number of IDs in source6218
    Expected completenessalways incomplete (Q21873886), career statistics for retired players may be added, but there will always be new players retiring with static career statistics to add
    Robot and gadget jobsI will import these statistics through OpenRefine's Wikidata interface
    See alsototal goals in career (P6509)


    This proposal follows a successful property proposal for the property total goals in career (P6509). Please see that property proposal page for a fuller discussion:

    I'd like to add basic statistical data for individual hockey players. Sports statistics such as these could be incredibly useful for ordering, sorting, and classifying players in SPARQL queries. This data is freely available online but not, anywhere I've found, in any structured data format that would allow for complex queries.

    Qualifiers for this property may include the league in which the statistic was recorded and the dates between which the statistic was recorded.

    I am prepared to upload stats for retired NHL players, but I can imagine this property and similar properties would be useful for other team sports too.


    @ديفيد عادل وهبة خليل 2, Сидик из ПТУ:   Done: total shots in career (P6543). − Pintoch (talk) 08:54, 28 February 2019 (UTC)