Hi Simon,

thanks for the tool!

I was wondering: is there any correlation between the number of triples for an entity with the entity's Recoin completeness indicator? I imagine that the correlation is positive. I conducted a little test over the data of Indonesian national heroes (http://tinyurl.com/ybrdjpbt), and found the following observations:
- The five entities with the least number of triples all have the worst completeness score "very basic information"
- The five entities with the most number of triples have got mixed completeness score:
     > Sukarno with triple count of 67 got "basic information"
     > Moh. Hatta with triple count of 41 got "fair amount of information"
     > Adam Malik with triple count of 39 got "fair amount of information"
     > Sutan Sjahrir with triple count of 36 got "basic information"
     > Ernest Douwes Dekker with triple count of 35 got "basic information"
- Interestingly, Ismail Marzuki with triple count of 21 got "fair amount of information"

Any thoughts on this?

Reference: Wikidata:WikiProject Jasmerah https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Wikidata:WikiProject_Jasmerah


On Wed, Dec 6, 2017 at 4:01 PM, Simon Razniewski <srazniew@gmail.com> wrote:

Dear community,

We are happy to announce version 2 of Recoin, the relative completeness status indicator. Recoin adds a color-coded progress bar to entity pages showing how extensive information about the entity is in comparison with similar entities.

In the new version, Recoin is rolled out to virtually all entities in Wikidata (see e.g. Q173634, Q565400 or Q15074414 ). The core version uses only Wikibase properties, but based on earlier feedback there is also a version specifically for ID properties only.

We think Recoin can be of great help for quickly getting impressions of data quality about entities. We look very much forward to your feedback. Also, if you support making a gadget out of please get in contact with us.

More information can be found on the tools page at https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/User:Ls1g/Recoin2.

Best regards,

Simon Razniewski/Ls1g

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