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I present ongoing work on two wikibase instances hosted on wbstack.com.
In the framework of the Elexis project, we are working on LexBib (http://lexbib.elex.is), a digital bibliography for the domain of Lexicography and Dictionary Research. LexBib wikibase brings together bibliographical data from LexBib Zotero group, and LexVoc, a controlled vocabulary of subject headings which is used for content-describing indexation of research articles. Zotero literal values are reconciled against ontology items. Highlighting author disambiguation, and wikidata alignment of LexBib entities and entity data, we explain our workflow, which could well be applicable to other domains as well.
Funded by Wikimedia Basque Country, we have started to build http://datuak.ahotsak.eus. Our goal is to link dialectal lexical forms from a large Basque oral corpus with standard Basque forms as documented in the largest Standard Basque reference corpus available today, and with Basque lexemes on Wikidata, at the level of lemma and form. Each form is linked to its reference on the respective corpus web portal, and each lemma on Wikidata is described at sense and form level. We will summarize solved and unsolved problems, also regarding the wikidata model for lexical data with Basque as use case, an agglutinative language with up to 4.000 documented inflected forms for a lemma, showing different options of how to deal with that, i.e. the path taken by Basque wikidata community, and our own approach.
Please find the presentation slides PDF here: https://lexbib.org/wikidatacon21/LexBib_Ahotsak_WikidataCon21.pdf
LOD-ifying bibliographical and lexical data using wikibase from David Lindemann on Vimeo.
LexBib is a knowledge graph of the domain of Lexicography and Dictionary Research, evolving from a bibliography of metalexicography, initiated at University of Hildesheim and now supported by the ELEXIS project.
David Lindemann (2021): ‘Zotero to Elexifinder’ (Short paper read at SiKDD 2021 conference, Oct 2021, Ljubljana)
Klaes, Christiane (2021): ‘Linked Open Data-Strategien zum Identity Management in einer Fachontologie’, M. A. Thesis, Universität Hildesheim (in German, describes author disambiguation process using OpenRefine).
Kosem, Iztok, and David Lindemann (2021): ‘New developments to Elexifinder, a discovery portal for lexicographic literature’. In Lexicography for Inclusion: Proceedings of the 19th EURALEX International Congress, 7-11 September 2021, Alexandroupolis, Vol. 2, edited by Zoe Gavrilidou, Lydia Mitits and Sypros Kiosses, 759-766. Alexandroupolis: Democritus University of Thrace. (presentation slides, full text)
Lindemann, David, and Ulrich Heid (2019): ‘LexBib: Towards a Reference Platform for the Domain of Lexicography’. In Electronic Lexicography in the 21st Century: Smart Lexicography: Book of Abstracts, edited by Iztok Kosem and Tanara Zingano Kuhn, 19–20. Brno: Lexical Computing.
Lindemann, David, Christiane Klaes, and Philipp Zumstein (2019): ‘Metalexicography as Knowledge Graph’. OASICS 70.
Lindemann, David, Fritz Kliche, and Ulrich Heid (2018): ‘LexBib: A Corpus and Bibliography of Metalexicographical Publications’. In Lexicography in Global Contexts: Proceedings of the 18th EURALEX International Congress, 17-21 July 2018, Ljubljana.
LOD-ifying bibliographical and lexical data using wikibase, presentation about LexBib, and another Wikibase project, at WikidataCon 2021.
LexBib Presentation, DARIAH Annual Event, Nov. 25, 2020: Bibliodata Workshop
LexBib Presentation, DARIAH Annual Event, Nov. 4, 2020: Lightning Speech
The LexBib Project. Presentation Video, Elexis Observer Event, Wien, 2019.
See also our Research Gate channel: https://www.researchgate.net/project/LexBib-Corpus-and-Bibliography
For any comment, request or contribution, please write us an email to team <AT> lexbib <DOT> org
This project has received funding from Universität Hildesheim, and from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 731015.