Wikidata:WikiProject COVID-19/Data models/Outbreaks

Natural language descriptionEdit

This data model aims at standardizing Wikidata items that refer to instances of outbreaks in the context of COVID-19 pandemic. The model can be generalized to other pandemics.

More specifically, for now, it refers to instance of (P31) disease outbreak (Q3241045) of (P642) COVID-19 (Q84263196).

Example itemsːEdit

EntitySchemas about this modelEdit

Tools to check the completeness of itemsEdit

PropertiesEdit

Basic PropertiesEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance ofP31Iteminstance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member
Requires qualifier as below
COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil <instance of> disease outbreak-
instance of with qualifier ofP642Itemqualifier stating that a statement applies within the scope of a particular itemCOVID-19 pandemic in Brazil <instance of> disease outbreak
<of> COVID-19
-
instance of with qualifier valid in placeP3005Itemplace where a statement is valid
Properties for countries (P17) and locations (P276) have varied uses. This is where we should get the precise information for the main place that this item refers to. See discussion here
COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil <instance of> disease outbreak
<valid in place> Brazil
-
start timeP580Point in timestart time: time an item begins to exist or a statement starts being valid
Date of first case detection.
COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil <start time> 25 fevereiro 2020-
number of clinical testsP8011Quantitymedical test type: cumulative number of clinical tests
Time stamped by the qualifier point in time (P585). Each value should only have one point in time (P585)
Property talk:P8011-
number of casesP1603Quantitynumber of infected: cumulative number of confirmed, probable and suspected occurrences
Time stamped by the qualifier point in time (P585). Each value should only have one point in time (P585). Creating multiple values with the same number is fine. Please add refine date (P4241) and UTC timezone offset (P2907) if you can. Must be referenced. Most recent number should be marked as a preferred statement.
COVID-19 pandemic in Europe <number of cases> 221-
number of hospitalized casesP8049Quantityhospitalization: number of cases that are hospitalized
Time stamped by the qualifier point in time (P585). Each value should only have one point in time (P585)
Property talk:P8049-
number of recoveriesP8010Quantitynumber of cases that recovered from disease
Time stamped by the qualifier point in time (P585). Each value should only have one point in time (P585)
Property talk:P8010-
number of deathsP1120Quantitydeath toll: total (cumulative) number of people who died since start as a direct result of an event or cause
Time stamped by the qualifier point in time (P585). Each value should only have one point in time (P585). Creating multiple values with the same number is fine. Please add refine date (P4241) and UTC timezone offset (P2907) if you can. Must be referenced. Most recent number should be marked as a preferred statement.
COVID-19 pandemic in Europe <number of deaths> 0-
organized response related to outbreakP8045Itemcountermeasure: specific action taken or system used as a reaction to an outbreak
qualify with point in time (P585), start time (P580), end time (P582) etc.
COVID-19 pandemic in Poland <organized response related to outbreak> border control-

Optional PropertiesEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
countryP17Itemcountry: sovereign state of this item (not to be used for human beings)
Only applies to country-wide instances of outbreaks.
COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil <country> Brazil-
locationP276Itemlocation: location of the object, structure or event. In the case of an administrative entity as containing item use P131. In the case of a geographic entity use P706
country (P17) is a subproperty of this one. The use of country (P17) already fills the need for location (P276).
2020 COVID-19 pandemic in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté <location> Bourgogne-Franche-Comté-
has partP527Itemhas part, consist of and meronymy: part of this subject; inverse property of "part of" (P361). See also "has parts of the class" (P2670).COVID-19 pandemic in France <has part> 2020 COVID-19 pandemic in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpespart of
part ofP361Itempart: object of which the subject is a part (if this subject is already part of object A which is a part of object B, then please only make the subject part of object A). Inverse property of "has part" (P527, see also "has parts of the class" (P2670)).COVID-19 pandemic in France <part of> COVID-19 pandemic in Europehas part
Commons categoryP373StringCommons category: name of the Wikimedia Commons category containing files related to this item (without the prefix "Category:")
Used for outbreaks that occur in parts of the main place. Ex: Regions of France for the French outbreak page.
COVID-19 pandemic in France <Commons category> Q87143769-
distribution mapP1846Commons media filemap: distribution of item on a mapped area (for range map of taxa, use (P181).)
Time stamped by the qualifier point in time (P585).
COVID-19 pandemic in France <distribution map> COVID-19 Outbreak Cases in France 13 Regions & DomTom.svg-
topic's main categoryP910ItemWikimedia category: main Wikimedia categoryCOVID-19 pandemic in France <topic's main category> Category:COVID-19 pandemic in Francecategory's main topic
described at URLP973URLitem is described at the following URL
Should be used only with official sources, such as government websites.
COVID-19 pandemic in France <described at URL> https://www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus-
subredditP3984External identifiersubreddit: name of the Reddit forum associated to this subjectCOVID-19 pandemic in Australia <subreddit> CoronavirusDownunder-
hashtagP2572Stringhashtag and Twitter: hashtag associated with this item. Format: do not include the "#" symbolCOVID-19 pandemic in Australia <hashtag> COVID19Aus-
has index caseP1660Itemindex case: initial patient in the population of an epidemiological investigationEbola virus disease in the United States <has index case> Thomas Eric Duncanindex case of

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