I think, I looked at it some years ago and it still sounds like less
than 5% made it, which is what I remember.
On 27.09.19 15:53, Marco Fossati wrote:
On 9/20/19 10:22 AM, Sebastian Hellmann wrote:
Not much of Freebase did end up in Wikidata.
Dropping here some pointers to shed light on the migration of Freebase
to Wikidata, since I was partially involved in the process:
1. WikiProject ;
2. the paper behind ;
3. datasets to be migrated .
I can confirm that the migration has stalled: as of today, *528
thousands* Freebase statements were curated by the community, out of
*10 million* ones. By 'curated', I mean approved or rejected.
These numbers come from two queries against the primary sources tool
The stall is due to several causes: in my opinion, the most important
one was the bad quality of sources [4,5] coming from the Knowledge
Vault project .
All the best,
Director of Knowledge Integration and Linked Data Technologies (KILT)
at the Institute for Applied Informatics (InfAI) at Leipzig University
Executive Director of the DBpedia Association
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