Wikidata should hold the data of all Wikipedias, that is its main
purpose. However, it doesn't yet and there are many problems, i.e.
missing references, population count moved to Commons and an open
discussion to even throw out Wikidata from the infoboxes:
DBpedia is more about technology than data, so we are trying to help out and push Wikidata, so it has all the values of all Wikipedias plus it's references: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:Project/DBpedia/GlobalFactSync
All the best,
On 7 May 2018 at 00:15, Sylvain Boissel <email@example.com> wrote:Le sam. 5 mai 2018 à 16:35, Andy Mabbett <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écritOn 5 May 2018 at 14:39, David Abián <email@example.com> wrote:Both Wikidata and DBpedia surely can, and should, coexist because we'll never be able to host in Wikidata the entirety of the Wikipedias.Can you give an example of something that can be represented in DBpedia, but not Wikidata?Sure : DBpedia knows the specific values different versions of Wikipedia choose to display in the infobox. For example, the size or population of countries with disputed borders. This data is useful for researchers working on cultural bias in Wikipedia, but it makes little sense to store it in Wikidata.Except that does; and Wikidata is more than capable of holding values from conflicting sources. So again, this does not substantiate the "Both Wikidata and DBpedia surely can, and should, coexist because we'll never be able to host in Wikidata the entirety of the Wikipedias" claim.