Thanks, The wikidata classes and properties tool is close.
Needs some work on how it calculates 'related properties' and perhaps some
layout, but its intent is similar. Looks like the answer to the question
is that there isn't anything exactly like what I asked for yet, but it that
it could be assembled in a days work based on the examples in the tools dir.
Now to find some one with an extra day on their hands..
On Mon, Dec 15, 2014 at 7:16 AM, Claudia Müller-Birn <clmb(a)inf.fu-berlin.de>
Have you checked tool-labs already?
Maybe you find something useful...
On Dec 15, 2014, at 12:42 PM, Lydia Pintscher <
On Wed, Dec 10, 2014 at 8:28 PM, Benjamin Good
> Are there are any tools currently that could
do something like this:
> Input: A category/class - something that hangs off subclassOf P279
> relationships. For example: "gene" Q7187
> Output: an interactive visual representation of the properties that are
> being used by the entities connected to this category entity as its
> e.g the properties used by RELN Q414043.
> The interactive part would be to optionally expand the visualization to
> include the equivalent representation for the objects of selected
> properties. e.g. an expanding tree of properties for example.
> I'm looking for something akin to a schema inspector for a more typical
> database. The reason for this request is to ease understanding and
> communication about data structures that go beyond single entities. In
> example here, we have important information
that people typically
> with the concept of 'gene', but to
get to it, you need to hop through
> connection between the gene and protein
representations first. For
> RELN(gene) encodes reelin(protein) interacts
with VLDR(protein). And
> is a relatively simple example.
> This would be very helpful for the molecular biology wikiproject as we
> out what are likely to be increasingly
complex structures of the data
> importing. I imagine such a tool could also
be very useful for other
also be useful for a general visual query composer.
I am not sure if any of this fits your needs but here are some pointers:
* Wikidata query can visualize a tree for you
* talk by Markus:
(slides are linked there)
* There was also a really nice interactive visualization of Greek gods
and godesses but I can't find it anymore. Anyone got a link?
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