I'm looking into ways to use tabular data like
in SPARQL queries but could not find anything on that.
My motivation here is in part coming from the time out limits, and the
basic idea here would be to split queries that typically time out into
sets of queries that do not time out and - if their results were
aggregated - would yield the results that would be expected for the
original query would it not time out.
The second line of motivation here is that of keeping track of how
things develop over time, which would be interesting for both content
and maintenance queries as well as usage of things like classes,
references, lexemes or properties.
I would appreciate any pointers or thoughts on the matter.
I am currently working on a NER project at school and would like to know if there is a way to generate RDF dumps that only contain "instance of" or "subclass of" relations.
I have found these dumps:
RDF Exports from Wikidata<https://tools.wmflabs.org/wikidata-exports/rdf/exports/20160801/dump_downlo…>
Here, under "simplified and derived dumps" taxonomy and instances dumps are very useful for me but unfortunately very old.
It would be great if I could generate up to date dumps.
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