Why did you add the name "Christlich-Soziale Union in Bayern" to a party from Czechia in Christlich-Soziale Union in Bayern (Q12032235)?
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I took the name from the LC authority file linked in the item: http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2015120468.html
The Relator tool is down, and I will go back and fix those items when it is working again.
Publisher = scholarly article
One of the most productive publisher on Wikidata is "Rand Corporation Publications" = instance of scholarly article. This article has published 500+ books. Can you fix and rerun your bot? Example: "A Common Operating Picture ..." (Q60186988) by "Pyles, Raymond A.;Tripp, Robert S.;Lynch, Kristin F.;Snyder, Don;Mills, Patrick".
I'm sorry, I don't understand what you think needs to be corrected?
just curious, Why do you put the ORCID-id in the description field?
For disambiguation. There are a large number of duplicate names and @Jura1 is right, in most cases there is nothing else to pull from the item to create a description.
There isn't really much else that is known about them. Feel free to replace it when you can.
John Dudley, 2nd Earl of Warwick
I already responded at Talk:Q3809223
You seem to have added some incorrect ORCIDs during your orcid cleanup on 5 May. For example, see Fábio Busnardo (Q91416481), Baofeng Guo (Q91443757) and Sihe Qin (Q91443760). Can you check and update these items please? Thanks
My edits don't appear to have changed the ORCIDs, these items were created with wrong ORCIDs by LargeDatasetBot. I corrected the first item but I can't figure out what the correct ORCIDs are for the other two individuals.
Very sorry, I misread the edit history interpreting your adding of a description with the ORCID as adding the ORCID iD (P496) claim. My mistake!
Blindly added images twice
You have twice added images to James Anderson (Q717170) two separate images of different looking people. Not certain why, however, to do it twice is uninspiring of data integrity. Both don't seem realistic looking at the basic data of the images.
I'm just going by what's in the Wikidata item for those images. If those items are inaccurate they should be corrected.
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