What is DBpedia?
DBpedia is a crowd-sourced community effort to extract structured information from Wikipedia and make this information available on the Web. DBpedia provides a complementary service to Wikipedia by exposing knowledge (from 130 Wikimedia projects, in particular the English Wikipedia, Commons, Wikidata and over 100 Wikipedia language editions) in a quality-controlled form compatible with tools covering ad-hoc structured data querying, business intelligence & analytics, entity extraction, natural language processing, reasoning & inference, machine learning services, and artificial intelligence in general. You can find more information here
How can I download the DBpedia datasets?
DBpedia releases are available on the DBpedia Databus. The Databus is a data management and release platform that enables automized data publishing and retrieval. Databus Collections facilitate data retrieval by grouping various data pieces under a public identifier. The DBpedia releases can be found in the Latest Core Collection. Download instructions can be found on the Collection web page.
How can I change the data in the DBpedia knowledge graph?
dbpedia.org is based on information which originated in Wikipedia and Wikimedia. You can edit these sources (e.g. Wikipedia article) yourself. Multiple times per year the Wikipedia and Wikimedia data will be transformed into a DBpedia release which then potentially contains your changes.
- How can I contribute to DBpedia?
How can I support DBpedia?
- Get Involved with the DBpedia community and improve the quality of our data and/or extend our knowledge base
- You can improve the monthly releases
- Improve the DBpedia ontology with DBpedia Archivo
- Contribute additional datasets
- join the DBpedia Association: Member benefits are listed here: https://www.dbpedia.org/members/membership-application/
How can I get support?
We set up the DBpedia forum to streamline support requests. We would encourage you to submit all questions to https://forum.dbpedia.org/ (Sign up required for posting)
I have further questions. Who can I contact?
For general inquiries you can contact:
Institut für Angewandte Informatik e.V