DBpedia Archive

Category: Dataset releases

  • The Release Circle – A Glimpse behind the Scenes

    October 17, 2018
    As you already know, with the new DBpedia strategy our mode of publishing releases changed.  The new DBpedia release process follows a three-step approach starting from the Extraction to ID-Management towards the Fusion, which finalizes the release process.  Our DBpedia releases are currently published on a monthly basis. In this post, … read more
  • Beta-Test Updates

    September 13, 2018
    While everyone at the DBpedia Association was preparing for the SEMANTiCS Conference in Vienna, we also managed to reach an important milestone regarding the beta-test for our data release tool. First and foremost, already 3500 files have been published with the plugin. These files will be part of the … read more
  • Beta-tests for the DBpedia Databus commence

    August 7, 2018
    Finally, we are proud to announce that the beta-testing of our data release tool for data releases on the DBpedia Databus is about to start. In the past weeks, our developers at DBpedia  have been developing a new data release tool to release datasets on the DBpedia Databus. In … read more
  • Snapshot Release

    Are you looking for the DBpedia Snapshot Release?

    Check here!
  • Keep using DBpedia!

    February 8, 2018
    Just recently, DBpedia Association member and hosting specialist, OpenLink released the DBpedia Usage report, a periodic report on the DBpedia SPARQL endpoint and associated Linked Data deployment. The report not only gives some historical insight into DBpedia’s usage, number of visits and hits per day but especially shows statistics … read more
  • New DBpedia Release – 2016-10

    July 4, 2017
    We are happy to announce the new DBpedia Release. This release is based on updated Wikipedia dumps dating from October 2016. You can download the new DBpedia datasets in N3 / TURTLE serialisation from http://wiki.dbpedia.org/downloads-2016-10 or directly here http://downloads.dbpedia.org/2016-10/. This release took us longer than expected. We had to … read more
  • YEAH! We did it again ;) – New 2016-04 DBpedia release

    October 19, 2016
    Hereby we announce the release of DBpedia 2016-04. The new release is based on updated Wikipedia dumps dating from March/April 2016 featuring a significantly expanded base of information as well as richer and (hopefully) cleaner data based on the DBpedia ontology. You can download the new DBpedia datasets in … read more
  • YEAH! We did it !! (and it is not an April fool’s joke) – New 2015-10 DBpedia release

    April 1, 2016
    We proudly present our new 2015-10 DBpedia release, which is abailable now via:  http://dbpedia.org/sparql. Go an check it out! This DBpedia release is based on updated Wikipedia dumps dating from October 2015 featuring a significantly expanded base of information as well as richer and cleaner data based on the … read more
  • DBpedia Version 2015-04 released

    September 4, 2015
    Dear all, we are happy to announce the release of DBpedia 2015-04 (also known as: 2015 A). The new release is based on updated Wikipedia dumps dating from February/March 2015 and features an enlarged DBpedia ontology with more infobox to ontology mappings, leading to richer and cleaner data. http://wiki.dbpedia.org/Downloads2015-04 … read more
  • DBpedia Version 2014 released

    September 9, 2014
    Hi all, we are happy to announce the release of DBpedia 2014. The most important improvements of the new release compared to DBpedia 3.9 are: 1. the new release is based on updated Wikipedia dumps dating from April / May 2014 (the 3.9 release was based on dumps from … read more
  • Making sense out of the Wikipedia categories (GSoC2013)

    November 29, 2013
    (Part of our DBpedia+spotlight @ GSoC mini blog series) Mentor: Marco Fossati @hjfocs <fossati[at]spaziodati.eu> Student: Kasun Perera <kkasunperera[at]gmail.com> The latest version of the DBpedia ontology has 529 classes. It is not well balanced and shows a lack of coverage in terms of encyclopedic knowledge representation. Furthermore, the current typing … read more