DBpedia Archive

Category: Dataset releases

  • DBpedia 3.5.1 available on Amazon EC2

    August 10, 2010
    As the Amazon Web Services are getting used a lot for cloud computing, we have started to provide current snapshots of the DBpedia dataset for this environment. We provide the DBpedia dataset for Amazon Web Services in two ways: 1. Source files for being mounted:  http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/entry.jspa?externalID=2319 2. Virtuoso SPARQL store for being instanciated: http://www.openlinksw.com/dataspace/dav/wiki/Main/VirtAWSDBpedia351C  read more
  • DBpedia 3.5.1 released

    April 28, 2010
    Hi all, we are happy to announce the release of DBpedia 3.5.1. This is primarily a bugfix release, which is based on Wikipedia dumps dating from March 2010. Thanks to the great community feedback about the previous DBpedia release, we were able to resolve the reported issues as well … read more
  • DBpedia 3.5 released

    April 12, 2010
    Hi all, we are happy to announce the release of DBpedia 3.5. The new release is based on Wikipedia dumps dating from March 2010. Compared to the 3.4 release, we were able to increase the quality of the DBpedia knowledge base by employing a new data extraction framework which … read more
  • Connected Data World

    DBpedia will be part of the CDW taking place online on December 1–3, 2021. We will organize a tutorial. Stay tuned!

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  • DBpedia 3.4 released

    November 11, 2009
    We are happy to announce the release of DBpedia 3.4. The new release is based on Wikipedia dumps dating from September 2009. The new DBpedia data set describes more than 2.9 million things, including 282,000 persons, 339,000 places, 88,000 music albums, 44,000 films, 15,000 video games, 119,000 organizations, 130,000 … read more
  • DBpedia 3.3 released

    July 3, 2009
    We are pleased to announce the release of DBpedia 3.3. This release is based on Wikipedia dumps of May 2009. The new release includes the following improvements over DBpedia 3.2: 1. more accurate abstract extraction 2. labels and abstracts in 80 languages 3. several infobox extraction bugfixes 4. new … read more
  • DBpedia now part of Amazon Public Data Sets

    February 27, 2009
    Kingsley announced on Tuesday that the first of data sets from the LOD community including DBpedia have been uploaded to the Amazon’s public data set hosting facility. Thus you can now do the following: Download DBpedia data from Amazon’s hosting facility at no cost to your own data center … read more
  • DBpedia version 3.2 released including the new DBpedia Ontology

    November 17, 2008
    we are happy to announce the release of DBpedia version 3.2. The new knowledge base has been extracted from the October 2008 Wikipedia dumps. Compared to the last release, the new knowledge base provides three mayor improvements: 1. DBpedia Ontology DBpedia now features a shallow, cross-domain ontology, which has … read more
  • DBpedia 3.1 breaks 100 million triples barrier

    August 18, 2008
    Today, we released DBpedia 3.1. As always in the past years, the size of Wikipedia increased a lot over the past months. The new extraction contains 116,7 million triples, marking an increase of 27% over the previous version. Apart from the more recent Wikipedia dumps we used, some notable … read more
  • DBpedia 3.0 Release

    February 10, 2008
    We announce the availability of the DBpedia 3.0 final release. Downloads are available at http://wiki.dbpedia.org/Downloads. For a list of changes since DBpedia 2.0, see the Changelog. Most notably, multi-language support was improved, new linked data sets added, and extraction code improved. Compared to the 3.0 release candidate, a number … read more
  • DBpedia-Cyc linkage

    October 3, 2007
    The commonsense knowledge base Cyc or OpenCyc (when compared to DBpedia) seems to follow a rather top-down approach – first more abstract concepts and entities are represented and later Cyc started to include also more domain knowledge. This seems to be reasonable, since domain knowledge changes faster and there … read more