Celtic Knot Conference 2019/Submissions/SPARQL Workshop

Submission no.
Title of the submission
SPARQL Workshop
Type of submission (Lightening talk, panel, tutorial/workshop, Presentation)
workshop
Author of the submission
VIGNERON * discut.
Language of presentation
English
E-mail address
vigneron.nicolas(_AT_)gmail.com
Username
VIGNERON * discut.
Country of origin
France (Brittany)
Affiliation, if any (organisation, company etc.)
Wikisource Community User Group, Wikimédia France
Personal homepage or blog
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Abstract (up to 300 words to describe your proposal)

Wikidata has a lot of data. Like really a lot, about aynthing and everything. This data can be used an endless number of possibilities, there is almost no limit. In this workshop, we will discover the Wikidata query service, a tool to harness the true power of Wikidata! With a few lines of SPARQL, you can browse any information contained in Wikidata, create wonderful lists such as the list of languages by numbers of speaker, languages with an article in other Wikipedias but not in the Wikipédia your language, list of words in English with all five vowels, the most common first letter in French, etc. More importantly, this is the opportunity to come with you ideas and to write the corresponding query together.

A queryboo will be present to help you write SPARQL query.
What will attendees take away from this session?
  • Learning the SPARQL language
  • Better unterdstanding of what Wikidata contains and how to deal with it
Theme of session
  • Language Data
Will you attend Celtic Knot if your submission is not accepted?
very likely, yes
Slides or further information (optional)
Special requests
1 hour would be ideal
Is this Submission a Draft or Final? final

Interested attendeesEdit

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  1. I am happy to help attendees during this workshop if they have questions or require support. Simon Cobb (Sic19 ; talk page) 17:46, 9 April 2019 (UTC)