What is your use case for linking Wikidata items to schema.org
It seems to me that the most important use cases of a mapping between schema.org
Wikidata would be
1) to export Wikidata content using schema.org
2) import structured data that uses schema.org
3) allow schema.org
publishers to use Wikidata properties to enhance their published
I don't see in this 3 use cases one in which considering schema.org
property IRIs like
as also more or less ids for regular individuals and mapping
them to Wikidata items is actually useful.
So, I would stick with using schema.org
properties IRIs as usual RDF property IRIs and use
them in Wikidata as such.
But, if you have a strong use case use 'exact match' (or something a bit weaker)
is probably the way to go. P2236 (sous-propriété externe) have been intended to be more or
less similar to rdfs:subPropertyOf.
PS: The canonical IRIs for Wikidata entities are http://www.wikidata.org/entity/QXXX
Le 18 juin 2016 à 07:33, Benjamin Good
<ben.mcgee.good(a)gmail.com> a écrit :
Perhaps the new 'exact match'?
On Jun 17, 2016, at 8:26 PM, Thad Guidry <thadguidry(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Oh boy. I thought I had a few things figured out
I read through the Property Talk discussions for
(with its mentions of Freebase mapping)
I've been adding a few bits of Schema.org
mapping into Wikidata today, and stumbled
upon a few things that made me rethink a few things...lolol.
How to state that a Wikidata Entity (not a Property) such as
place of birth https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q1322263
is the same concept or idea as a Schema.org
I thought I could use P2236 above... but then it seems its for WD Properties, not
Entities (subjects) ?
SOLUTION ? Perhaps we could do a best practice of treating http://schema.org/birthPlace
as an actual Identifier for the place of birth concept
...while reserving the WD Property place of brith
to use equivalent property
TPT and Denny didn't leave enough notes in there for what to do about external
mapping cases of external vocabularies that are also loosely considered as metadata
dictionaries as well for the common web and developers, like Schema.org
Thoughts on the SOLUTION proposed ?
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