User talk:Bluerasberry

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How do you do what you do?[edit]

What is the academic discipline or tradition that you are using to give you the language to be able to discuss classification in the way that you do? Do you have any suggestions for what I as a total beginner might be able to read to be able to explain concepts on Wikidata as you do? What is your level of expertise in talking about this kind of classification and how much time commitment did you make to be able to talk in this way? Blue Rasberry (talk) 14:56, 16 December 2013 (UTC)

Lane, when I talk about classification I often use language from ontology, a field of computer science concerned with formal knowledge representation. I tend to use vocabulary from the Web Ontology Language -- OWL. OWL is an ontology language for the Semantic Web recommended by the W3C. It's based on RDF and RDFS.
In addition to the resources linked above, I'd recommend anyone interested in the subject to read the W3C OWL2 Primer. I also recommend The Semantic Web, a 2001 Scientific American article by Tim Berners-Lee and other researchers that laid out a motivating vision. Since you're interested in biology, it's worth pointing out that biologists have been a very active bunch in ontology and Semantic Web practices, coming up with a broad family of ontologies called OBO (Open Biomedical Ontologies) -- see The OBO Foundry: coordinated evolution of ontologies to support biomedical data integration by Barry Smith et al. Check out the Wikidata reading list, too.
I have been enthralled with Wikidata and its potential for structuring knowledge for about a year. I don't consider myself to be an ontology expert, but I have spent a major chunk of this year familiarizing myself with the field and related topics discussed above. I think ontology, the Semantic Web and OWL are all very important things to have in mind as we try to structure all human knowledge. Emw (talk) 13:58, 17 December 2013 (UTC)

P1550[edit]

Just created Orphanet ID (P1550). Thanks for supporting it. -Tobias1984 (talk) 16:53, 6 October 2014 (UTC)

has index case (P1660) has been created[edit]

I've created "has index case", let me know if I erred, this is my first property creation. :P --AmaryllisGardener talk 03:55, 28 December 2014 (UTC)

health specialty (P1995)[edit]

health specialty (P1995) is ready. --Tobias1984 (talk) 11:14, 14 July 2015 (UTC)

price[edit]

price (P2284) can now be used. --Tobias1984 (talk) 10:21, 8 November 2015 (UTC)

Reference ranges for clinical laboratory tests[edit]

Hello! I'd like to create new properties to describe the clinical laboratory tests. If you don't mind, would you give me some comments on Wikidata:Property_proposal/reference_value? Thanks, --Okkn (talk) 06:32, 12 April 2018 (UTC)

Representation of Wikidata at the Wikimedia movement strategy process[edit]

Hi Bluerasberry, I'm contacting you because I would like your support and your comments on my proposal to represent the Wikidata community at the Wikimedia movement strategy process. I'm contacting you in private because you are a member of the Wikidata Community User Group and I thought that this could be relevant for you.--Micru (talk) 18:43, 18 June 2018 (UTC)

Geoshapes[edit]

Hi Lane,

We discussed geoshapes in Wikidata a few months ago. I have created a few of sets of geoshapes since then, including countries of the world and US States, and linked from my userpage examples of queries to visualise data as choropleth maps. Documentation of the workflow is high on my things to do list; I am now using AutoWikiBrowser to create the mapdata in Commons. Also, check out the Wikidata Visualization tool if you have not seen it already.

All the best, Simon Cobb (Sic19 ; talk page) 20:20, 12 September 2018 (UTC)

Loading Clinical Trials via Bot[edit]

Here's a google sheet of the clinical trials found in wikidata today.

As of this afternoon (2/7/19), looks like there are ~1,500; User:Mahdimoqri has added most of them.

A couple things...

  1. Will reach out to User:Mahdimoqri so maybe I can coordinate with him.
  2. User:Mahdimoqri is linking studies to conditions using property P1050 rather than P2175 . I'm fine with either and maybe P1050 is preferred?
  3. Thinking I need to adjust my bot to find studies already existing in wikidata and add missing properties. What do you think?

(BTW - this is my very first talk, so please excuse any egregious breaches in etiquette.)  – The preceding unsigned comment was added by Tibbs001 (talk • contribs) at 7 February 2019‎ (UTC).

WikiProject India Newsletter #3[edit]

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Hi Bluerasberry,

You are receiving this message as you are one of the participants of WikiProject India on Wikidata and/or a subscriber of the Wikidata India newsletter. You can find our third issue of the quarterly newsletter here, where you can get a quick overview of the Wikidata activities related to India over the last 3 months. If you do not want to receive this kind of notification further, you can remove your username from here.

Regards, Bodhisattwa (CIS-A2K) and Mahir256
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Needs assessment for Wikidata Movement Resource[edit]

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Hi Bluerasberry,

CIS-A2K is planning to invest some resources from May-June 2020 to create community movement resource (CMR) materials in English and different Indic languages for Wikidata in the form of tutorials, handbooks, infographics, videos, animations etc. The aim of this initiative is to build a pool of resource materials for Wikidata eventually, which will serve as ready-made handy references for new as well as experienced users. You are requested to fill up this form, so that we can understand your needs on different topics of Wikidata. You are also very welcome to actively participate in the process and help us build the CMR with your different areas of expertise.

You are receiving this message as you are one of the participants of WikiProject India. If you do not want to receive this kind of notification further, you can remove your username from here.

Regards, Bodhisattwa (CIS-A2K)
Wikidata Advisor, CIS-A2K
Sent through MediaWiki message delivery (talk) 06:05, 20 April 2020 (UTC)

Call Wikiproject COVID-19 tomorrow[edit]

Hello Lane,

How are you doing?

I am here to invite you for the Wikiproject COVID-19 call tomorrow (Monday, May 4th). If you are able to meet, the call (in this link: https://meet.google.com/vtp-ighz-npx) will happen tomorrow at 15:00 UT.

As a note, 15:00 UTC is:

  • 11:00 AM in New York, USA
  • 12:00 AM in São Paulo, Brazil
  • 4:00 PM in Tunisia
  • 6:00 PM Eastern European Summer Time (EEST)

If you want, also feel free to add topics at the meeting page!

Cheers, TiagoLubiana (talk) 22:29, 3 May 2020 (UTC)

WM Hackathon[edit]

Hello Lane,

Just popping up to say that I am trying to gather COVID-19 related work on the WM Hackathon on this page: Wikidata:WikiProject_COVID-19/Status_updates/Wikimedia_Hackathon_2020

I stopped by Wikipedia on the way, by the way, and saw your lovely chinchillas!

Looking forward to watching your talk today,

Best, Tiago

Indian scientists datathon[edit]

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Hi Bluerasberry,

You are receiving this message as you are one of the participants of WikiProject India on Wikidata and/or a subscriber of the Wikidata India newsletter.

Hope you and your loved ones are safe and sound during this ongoing COVID-19 pandemic situation.

This is for your kind information that, from 22nd May, 2020 Friday to 24th May, 2020 Sunday, a datathon will be happening on Indian scientists on Wikidata. The lack of data about Indian scientists, their works and publications on Wikidata is the reason behind conducting the datathon. Considering the ongoing pandemic, the datathon will also focus on scientists working on SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19.

The tasklist of the datathon is flexible. Participants can choose their own preferred task on this topic

Hoping for your active participation.

Take care and stay safe,

Bodhisattwa (CIS-A2K)
Sent through MediaWiki message delivery (talk) 06:12, 17 May 2020 (UTC)

Call Wikiproject COVID-19 tomorrow (Monday, May 18th)[edit]

Hello Lane,

How are you doing?

I can imagine you have been busy, but I am here (once again) to invite you for the Wikiproject COVID-19 call tomorrow (Monday, May 18th). If you are able to meet, the call (in this link: https://meet.google.com/vtp-ighz-npx) will happen tomorrow at 15:00 UTC.

As a note, 15:00 UTC is:

  • 11:00 AM in New York, USA
  • 12:00 AM in São Paulo, Brazil
  • 4:00 PM in Tunisia
  • 6:00 PM Eastern European Summer Time (EEST)

If you want, also feel free to add topics at the meeting page.

Thanks!

Best, TiagoLubiana (talk) 23:32, 17 May 2020 (UTC)

Following up on TABernacle question from this call[edit]

Hi Lane, I'm still not finding the page I told you about as an answer to what to do about giant TABernacle links. Sorry for the wild goose chase! I do, however, frequently see a Listeria list with its TABernacle link, e.g. this project I work with often. Out of curiosity, is there any reason you can't use Listeria on the project page in this case? --Librarian lena (talk) 17:04, 18 May 2020 (UTC)

@Librarian lena: Check out Wikidata:Request a query and see how they use{{SPARQL}}. Listeria is for generating and publishing tables, which is nice, but I am interested in only archiving queries which output to TABernacle to discuss like the "request a query" page does for the Wikidata Query Service. Suppose that we had 10-40 TABernacle links to showcase on a WikiProject. Should those be typical Wikilinks, or should we format those in some template?
This might be premature because TABernacle itself still is most undocumented.
And yes - maybe the way to do it is just to generate a listeria page, except that doing that seems excessive when I have no wish to ever send anyone to the page. Thoughts? Thanks for the reply. Blue Rasberry (talk) 18:03, 18 May 2020 (UTC)
Sounds like I didn't get the full scope of what you were describing on the call, so thanks for clarifying. I noticed on the help page that Will asked a question about getting the modified information out through a SPARQL query once you add columns in TABernacle, which I'm interested to see if anyone responds to, but I don't know how helpful if it is in your use case if there's no template that invokes the tool. Are you visualizing a bunch of tables one after the other, or just the SPARQL behind the tables being displayed with an external link? --Librarian lena (talk) 21:35, 18 May 2020 (UTC)

Follow up number 2 -> fixed etherpad link[edit]

Hello, Lane, how are you doing? I remember you mentioned a fixed etherpad URL for the meetings. If that is the case, would you mind adding it on the meeting page? Best, TiagoLubiana (talk) 00:01, 27 May 2020 (UTC)