Do you have a question? Ask Wikidata to help! This tool lets you enter a question. If the tool understands what you want to know, it will search for this information on Wikidata.
Provides a management tool for data completeness over Wikidata: add and view complete properties, analyze completeness of Wikidata, and check query completeness. Watch a COOL-WD tutorial video: http://cool-wd.inf.unibz.it/coolwd-hd.mp4
The site offers a quick access to statistics about given names found in Wikidata (most popular by country, famous people with this name...)
Counts the number of men and women in lists of names, using WikiData to look up for the names.
Items by cat is a tool to find existing or missing items by defining a wiki, a category and the format (e.g HTML, wiki markup, plain text). Users can also define the offset, limit and recursion level. The tool is available in 11 different languages.
For more information, see User:Bene*/ItemsByCat.
Returns sorted, de-duped list of Q values from a Wikipedia page, or chunk of wiki-text.
Lonelyitems can find items which contain only one sitelink and are thus "lonely". This tool is useful to find items which perhaps should be merged with other items.
Clean messy datasets and connect them with Wikidata.
Shows properties of Wikidata, its classes and statistics.
rDany generates question / answer pairs using information from Wikidata making the information easy to find using common search engines.
Displays scientific and bibliographic information from Wikidata by queries to Wikidata Query Service.
A (very) limited, visual, replacement for Wikidata Query which just does one claim, based on the 'linkshere' method of the Wikidata API.
Displays a table of statement values for a set of items (as rows) and set of properties (as columns). Items can be specified as a either a manual list, or as a SPARQL-query or PagePile ID.
Question answering (QA) system to query Wikidata in multiple languages: english, french, german, italian, spanish, arabic and chinese. Depending on the result set you can render the result set as images, maps, or list. If we do not find the answer in Wikidata we fall-back on the search engine Qwant. So you can see QAnswer as a web search engine using Wikidata as the underlying Knowledge Base for providing direct answers. Enjoy!
Knowledge graph embedding of Wikidata items with "most similiar" item functionality.
Wikidata class browser, includes subclass counts and instance counts.
Compare a list of Wikidata items. Set a list of properties you want to see in the result. Result table is searchable and can be reordered by the user.
Finds potential duplicate items on Wikidata, via identical labels/aliases.
In this Wikidata Dynamic lists tool, everyone can view lists, and change options like language, columns, and sections on-the-fly; to create your own lists, use your trusted WiDaR login. See blog post and Wikidata:Dynamic lists tool.
Redirect to a Wikidata item, based on inserted value for an inserted property.
A tool used for translating a term from one language to another. Choose the language in which you want the term to be translated by clicking on "Change your preferred languages?". Click the drop-down menu of "Translate from" to select the language of the term. A list of wikipedia pages, in your preferred languages, titled with that translated term, will appear.
SPARQL query buildersEdit
Prototype tool to run SPARQL queries built using visual blocks (based on SparqlBlocks).
A simple interface to generate SPARQL queries based on subject-predicate-object triples.
A visual way to query Wikidata without using SPARQL by means of a query builder.