Wikidata:Tools/Lexicographical data

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Wikidata:Lexicographical data


Ordia (Q63379419)
Ordia

Searches for a lexeme or a form and shows general statistics of lexicographical data

by Fnielsen


Ordia – Text to lexemes

Searches all lexemes of an input text.

by Fnielsen


Wikidata Lexeme Forms (Q108759318)
Wikidata Lexeme Forms

Shows a form to create a new lexeme with a standard set of forms, e. g. the declensions of a German or Latin noun, or to edit the forms of an existing lexeme.

by Lucas Werkmeister


Orthohin
Orthohin

(Fork of the broken and seemingly abandoned tool Wikidata Senses, modified by User:Mahir256)
Shows the list of languages and number of Senses that are missing, then after selecting a language, shows a random lexeme that needs a sense, so the user can easily add it.

by Vesihiisi


Wikidata Lexeme graph builder
Wikidata Lexeme graph builder

Displays lexemes that are connected by a property on a graph

by Lucas Werkmeister


Script newentity.js

Generates new items (including lexemes) from the given JSON object

by GZWDer


Script jsonLexeme.js
Script jsonLexeme.js

Generates new and edits existing lexemes from the given JSON object. Modified version of newentity.js.

by Okkn


Module Lexeme-en

Generates English lexeme (noun) object based on a given word. Can be used together with newentity.js or jsonLexeme.js scripts

by GZWDer


Module Lexeme-ja

Generates Japanese lexeme object based on a given word. Can be used together with newentity.js or jsonLexeme.js scripts

by Okkn


Module Lexeme-pl

Generates Polish lexeme (noun or adjective) object based on a given word. Can be used together with newentity.js or jsonLexeme.js scripts

by KaMan


DerDieDas (Q63379596)
DerDieDas

Game to practice German articles. Taking a random noun in Wikidata (that has only one gender), asking for the article. See also:

by Auregann


Hangor
Hangor

(Forked of the broken and seemingly abandoned tool Hauki, modified by User:Mahir256)
Lists lexemes by language and displays lexemes and make it simple to add new lexemes and senses to existing lexemes.

by Vesihiisi


AitalvivemBot

Bot developed to import words in Occitan from the resources of Permanent Congress of the Occitan Language (Q12948568). It is possible to adapt it to run other similar bots.

by Aitalvivem


LexData

Easy to use python library to edit Lexemes.

by MichaelSchoenitzer


MachtSinn
MachtSinn

A game to add senses to Wikidata Lexemes based on Wikidata Q items. Please ensure that you don't create senses with short or bad glosses. Glosses should be clear and easy to distinguish from each other. Please join the telegram lexicographic group before starting and ask others to review your edits after 10 matches.

by MichaelSchoenitzer


Elhuyar - WikidataToolkit 9.0 version

WikidataToolkit 9.0 version to upload lexemes with multiple forms and senses.

by Elhuyar


Basque noun API uploader

A simple spreadsheet to decline Basque nouns and upload them via API.

by Theklan


Lexicator

A bot framework to import Wiktionary grammatical data into Wikidata Lexemes.

by Yurik


Bodh (Q107363822)
Bodh

A tool that adds statements to lexemes, senses and forms..

by Jay (CIS-A2K)


Lexemes Party

Displays lexemes linked to a list of Wikidata items, giving an overview of the coverage of lexicographical data in Wikidata for these items.

by Envlh


Lexemes Challenge (Q109617338)

Suggests a collaborative weekly challenge to improve lexicographical data in Wikidata.

by Envlh


Scribe - Language Keyboards

An open-source iOS app that uses Wikidata lexicographical data as a basis for keyboards to help language learners. Features include: annotation of nouns to remind users of their genders; annotation of prepositions to indicate which case should follow them; getting the plural of a singular noun; conjugating verbs by changing the keyboard into 3x2 conjugation tables with selectable options; and a beta translate feature where English words can be translated to the keyboard's language. See the source code on GitHub.

by AndrewTavis