I had the same question about “truthy” and why we typed in “wdt” in
Wikidata Query in some places and “wd” in others.
Lukas Werkmeister gave this nice succinct explanation during our Wikicite
training, that may be useful:
On Sun, Dec 3, 2017 at 1:49 AM, Laura Morales <lauretas(a)mail.com> wrote:
Can somebody please explain (in simple terms)
what's the difference
between "all" and "truthy" RDF dumps? I've read the explanation
on the wiki  but I still don't get it.
If I'm just a user of the data, because I want to retrieve information
about a particular item and link items with other graphs... what am I
missing/leaving-out by using "truthy" instead of "all"?
A practical example would be appreciated since it will clarify things, I
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