Hello All,

It struck me that one interesting way to see if subclasses are useful was to test this hypothesis.

Let QID_a and QID_b be two Wikidata items.

Conjecture: if QID_b is subclass of QID_a,

then count_stelinks(QID_b) <= count_sitelinks(QID_a).

Has anyone investigated this problem, or can think of an efficient way to test it? Or can tell me why it ought not to be true?

It struck me that one interesting way to see if subclasses are useful was to test this hypothesis.

Let QID_a and QID_b be two Wikidata items.

Conjecture: if QID_b is subclass of QID_a,

then count_stelinks(QID_b) <= count_sitelinks(QID_a).

Has anyone investigated this problem, or can think of an efficient way to test it? Or can tell me why it ought not to be true?

Maximilian Klein

Wikipedian in Residence, OCLC

+17074787023

Wikipedian in Residence, OCLC

+17074787023