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The aim of the WikiProject Roller Coasters is:

  • to define properties for items related to roller coasters and the rules of use for these properties.
  • to organize the creation and improving the quality of the elements.

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Properties & structureEdit

Core propertiesEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance ofP31Iteminstance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member (subject typically an individual member with a proper name label); different from P279; using this property as a qualifier is deprecated—use P2868 or P3831 instead
value = use the following: roller coaster (Q204832)
New Texas Giant <instance of> roller coaster-
imageP18Commons media fileillustration and image: image of relevant illustration of the subject; if available, use more specific properties (sample: coat of arms image, locator map, flag image, signature image, logo image, collage image); only images which exist on Wikimedia Commons are acceptableNew Texas Giant <image> Wooden roller coaster txgi.jpg-
coordinate locationP625Geographic coordinatesgeographic coordinate system: geocoordinates of the subject. For Earth, please note that only WGS84 coordinating system is supported at the momentMount Everest <coordinate location> 27° 59′ 17.00″ N 86° 55′ 31.00″ E-
countryP17Itemcountry: sovereign state of this item; don't use on humansNew Texas Giant <country> United States of America-
part ofP361Itempart: object of which the subject is a part (it's not useful to link objects which are themselves parts of other objects already listed as parts of the subject). Inverse property of "has part" (P527, see also "has parts of the class" (P2670)).
value=The amusement park where the roller coaster is placed.
New Texas Giant <part of> Six Flags Over Texashas part

EventsEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
inceptionP571Point in timedate of establishment: date or point in time when the subject came into existence as definedNew Texas Giant <inception> 1990-03-17dissolved, abolished or demolished
service entryP729Point in timeservice entry: date or point in time on which a piece or class of equipment entered operational serviceNew Texas Giant <service entry> 1990-03-17service retirement
date of official openingP1619Point in timeopening ceremony and opening: date or point in time an event, museum, theater etc. officially openedNew Texas Giant <date of official opening> 1990-03-17date of official closure
service retirementP730Point in timeservice retirement: date or point in time on which a piece or class of equipment was retired from operational serviceNew Texas Giant <service retirement> service entry
dissolved, abolished or demolishedP576Point in timedissolved, abolished or demolished date: point in time at which the subject (organisation, building) ceased to exist; see "date of official closure" (P3999) for closing a facility, "service retirement" (P730) for retiring equipment, "discontinued date" (P2669) for stopping a productNew Texas Giant <dissolved, abolished or demolished> inception
point in timeP585Point in timepoint in time: time and date something took place, existed or a statement was true
use as qualifier for significant event (P793)
New Texas Giant <significant event> automation
<point in time> 1968
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Ride specificEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
durationP2047Quantityduration: length of time of an event or processNew Texas Giant <duration> 205 seconds-
heightP2048Quantityheight: vertical length of an entityNew Texas Giant <height> 47 meters-
lengthP2043Quantitylength: measured dimension of an objectNew Texas Giant <length> 1300 meters-

IdentifiersEdit

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
Freebase IDP646External identifierFreebase identifier and Freebase: identifier for a page in the Freebase database. Format: "/m/0" followed by 2 to 7 characters. For those starting with "/g/", use Google Knowledge Graph identifier (P2671)Raptor <Freebase ID> -
Roller Coaster Database IDP2751External identifierRoller Coaster DataBase: identifier in Roller Coaster DatabaseRaptor <Roller Coaster Database ID> -

Available Wikipedia sourcesEdit

Mapping of infobox properties for roller coastersEdit

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