User talk:Rschen7754

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Costa Rica National Road Network dataset[edit]

@Rschen7754: Hi again! I created the remaining stub articles for the Costa Rica National Road Network over at Wikipedia, now I would like to add the corresponding instances to Wikidata, I have the same data from the official GIS (number, length, administrative (provinces) divisions...), shields are already at Commons and so on. Do you know how to use and if there is a particular format so that we can upload these instances in a single transaction? Like CSV, JSON? I'll read through Wikidata:Data Import Guide too. Roqz (talk) 13:12, 1 June 2020 (UTC)

@Roqz: I've had some success with [1] and [2] before. Unfortunately I don't think I've done any mass import of numeric types before though. --Rschen7754 18:27, 1 June 2020 (UTC)
@Rschen7754: Thanks a lot for pointing me to QuickStatements! It was just what I was looking for, worked great, and the data I had was already in a similar format, now I have completed the table at Wikidata:WikiProject Roads/Costa Rica with all the stub/articles in Wikipedia, as well as added the same information I used for the infoboxes (length, provinces covered). Really appreciated! This has been a very fun project, I will keep adding the junction lists little by little, I'll try to ask for some help from the Costa Rica OpenStreetMap group for filling some extra data too, I think the heavy boilerplate work is now done, because of that I have seen some contributions here and there in Wikipedia on those articles too. --Roqz (talk) 01:09, 9 June 2020 (UTC)

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