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External tools
External tools are tools that do not run in Wikidata but on another server. Most of them are useful to consume the data provided by Wikidata. For a searchable index of tools also see the Tool Directory.
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Ancient intellectual network

Dataviz map of the relationships between master and student from Socrates (Q913) View with Reasonator View with SQID to the end of the Hellenistic period (Q428995) View with Reasonator View with SQID .

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Ask Wikidata!

by Bene*

Do you have a question? Ask Wikidata to help! This tool lets you enter a question. If the tool understands what you want to know, it will search for this information on Wikidata. Ask Wikidata has been translated into English and German. You are welcome to translate the tool and modify the question and answer patterns by forking the project on github.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Catmandu-Wikidata

by JakobVoss

Perl module (Q1165116) View with Reasonator View with SQID to import entities from Wikidata for processing with the Catmandu ETL framework

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Commons Android app

by Misaochan

Find nearby Wikidata items missing an image, take pictures and easily upload them to Wikimedia Commons

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


COOL-WD: A Completeness Tool for Wikidata

Screenshot of COOL-WD, a completeness tool for Wikidata

Provides a management tool for data completeness over Wikidata: add and view complete properties, analyze completeness of Wikidata, and check query completeness. Watch a COOL-WD tutorial video: http://cool-wd.inf.unibz.it/coolwd-hd.mp4

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Crotos

by Shonagon
A screenshot of Crotos

Search and display engine for visual artworks, based on Wikidata and using Wikimedia Commons files and available in 33 different languages. Search results can be filtered using categories (e.g. Painting, sculpture) or time periods (e.g. from 1560-1760). Artworks can be displayed in random or chronological order. There is also a contribution mode to filter some missing properties for visual artwork.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


DataNames

by Symac

The site offers a quick access to statistics about given names found in Wikidata (most popular by country, famous people with this name...)

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Gender counter

by Rotsee

Counts the number of men and women in lists of names, using WikiData to look up for the names.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


GeneaWiki

by Magnus Manske
Bach family screenshot.

GeneaWiki is a simple graph viewer showing genealogy information in WikiData. Starting from a single person, it will try and construct the family tree according to father, mother, and child statements. For an example, see the Bach family.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Graftie

Generic graph explorer for data from Wikidata.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Harvest Templates

by Pasleim

Tool to harvest Wikimedia templates

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Histropedia

by Navino Evans and Sean McBirnie
Screenshot of Histropedia timeline (of GLAM institutions in London)

Histropedia uses data from Wikipedia and Wikidata to automatically generate interactive timelines with events linked to Wikipedia articles. Combine timelines and events to create your own custom timeline and start playing lego with history! From ABBA albums to Zulu Kings, and almost everything inbetween, the timeline directory lets you discover thousands of timelines on hundreds of topics all from the search box on Histropedia.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


import-wikidata-dump-to-couchdb

by Maxlath

import a subset or a full Wikidata dump into a CouchDB database

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Inventaire

by Maxlath
Inventaire.io (development version) uses Wikidata to get the author's facts, Wikipedia for an article extract and commons to get the author's picture

Keep an inventory of your books using Wikidata for books' and authors' data.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Items by cat

by Bene*
Homepage of Items by cat

Items by cat is a tool to find existing or missing items by defining a wiki, a category and the format (e.g HTML, wiki markup, plain text). Users can also define the offset, limit and recursion level. The tool is available in 11 different languages.
For more information, see User:Bene*/ItemsByCat.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


JsonDumpReader

by Jeroen De Dauw

A PHP library that provides ways to read from, and iterate through, the Wikibase entities in a Wikibase Repository JSON dump such as the Wikidata JSON dumps.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Linked items

by Magnus Manske
Linked items

Returns sorted, de-duped list of Q values from a Wikipedia page, or chunk of wiki-text.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Lonely items

by Bene*

Lonelyitems can find items which contain only one sitelink and are thus "lonely". This tool is useful to find items which perhaps should be merged with other items.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Miga

by Yaron K.
A screenshot of Miga displaying data about countries from Wikidata, viewable here.

Miga, or the Miga Data Viewer, is a generic tool for easily creating mobile-friendly, offline-friendly HTML apps for browsing through a set of structured data. It includes scripts for extracting data from a number of sources, including Wikidata, into the CSV format that Miga requires.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Missing images heatmap

by Magnus Manske
Screenshot of Missing-images tool map

Heatmap of missing images in Wikidata items for specified administrative region.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Multilingual map

by PlaneMad
WikiAtlas

Shows a list of India's states names in English, which can be translated into any language.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.



Names As Labels

by Magnus Manske

Copy labels which are proper names from one language to another.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Navel Gazer

by Bamyers99

Wikidata users statement addition counts.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


OpenRefine

Semi-automatic disambiguation process in OpenRefine

Clean messy datasets and connect them with Wikidata.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Platypus

by Tpt
Screenshot of askplatyp.us

Ask Platypus questions in English about general knowledge and math.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it. See also the help page.


Propbrowse

Screenshot of the Wikidata Propbrowse tool.png

A quick way to browse, filter and view all properties on Wikidata.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


QuickStatements

by Magnus Manske
A screenshot of QuickStatements

This tool can add statements (with optional qualifiers and sources) to Wikidata items. The instructions to use this tool are shown right below the text area. If it's not there, click on "Show/hide HOWTO".
This version is not longer maintained. New version available: see Quickstatements 2 below.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


QuickStatements 2

by Magnus Manske
A screenshot of Quick Statement 2

This tool can add or remove statements (with optional qualifiers and sources) to Wikidata items and can run in batch mode. See documentation at Help:QuickStatements.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Reasonator

by Magnus Manske
Wikidata-Reasonator logo
Wikidata Reasonator screenshot

A more advanced search and display of Wikidata items. The Reasonator is an organizer that uses simple reasoning to help narrow down search terms, producing more accurate search results. For example, search Barack Obama will list President Obama as the first result. At the current state, Wikidata Reasonator can only search for people.

here is Wikidata template(s) that generates links to this tool 
{{Reasonator}}, {{Q'}}
How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.



Replicator

by Jeroen De Dauw
Replicator logo

Replicator is a CLI application for replicating a Wikibase entity base such as Wikidata. It can import entities from the Wikidata API and from Wikibase dumps in various formats. It features abort/resume, graceful error handling, progress reporting, dynamic fetching of dependencies, API batching and standalone installation (no own MediaWiki or Wikibase required). Furthermore it uses the same deserialization code as Wikibase itself, so is always 100% compatible.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Skim

by husky

A (very) limited, visual, replacement for Wikidata Query which just does one claim, based on the 'linkshere' method of the Wikidata API.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


SQID Wikidata Browser

by Markus Krötzsch

Lets you browse and query Wikidata. A special focus of SQID is to support the search of Wikidata properties and class items based on their usage. For example, you can find the properties that are used most often, or not at all, or only in qualifiers, etc. You can also get a list of all properties used by instances of the class Q5 (human), or, conversely, find all classes used on items that have an occupation (P106). Entity pages then show a lot of further data and live query results for every class or property, e.g., you can see all items used as values for P21 (sex or gender). Further usage examples are provided at the tool's start page.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.



ToolScript

by Magnus Manske
A screenshot of Toolscript

An easy way to run and test your Javascript code on Wikimedia projects, directly from your browser, with many "comfort" functions available. Sample codes are available to help you start. It saves you from having to set up a Labs tool, a web page, JavaScript library inclusions etc.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


ViziData

by gordelwig
Vizidata screenshot

Map based visualization including a graph for a third numeric dimension in datasets. Infochart and quick explanation. Project on Github

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.



WDFIST (WikiData Free Image Search Tool)

by Magnus Manske

For random items you get image suggestions (taken from the item's articles), and can click to set that image as the item's image (P18). You can restrict to a particular topic or area using very flexible criteria.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


wdq

by JakobVoss

Command line client to Wikidata Query Service (Q20950365)

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata Browse

by Denny
A screenshot of Wikidata Browse showing photos and translations for San Francisco

Browses through items and shows photos, facts, and translations of the items in several languages. Useful for translation. A good tool for learning foreign languages.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata Class Browser

by Bamyers99

Wikidata class browser, includes subclass counts and instance counts.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata CLI

by Maxlath

Command-line tools to make working with Wikidata zuper easy

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.



Wikidata client library for Python

by Hongminhee

It is a Wikidata client library for Python. Supports Python 3.4 or higher.

How to use

As it's a Python package, you can install it using pip:

pip3 install Wikidata

See also the docs for details.


Wikidata Compare

by Kahvel

Compare a list of Wikidata items. Use embedded Wikidata Query editor or specify items manually. Set a list of properties you want to see in the result. Result table is searchable and can be reordered by the user.

Examples:

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata duplicate item finder

by Magnus Manske
Wikidata duplicate item finder

Finds potential duplicate items on Wikidata, via identical labels/aliases.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata Dynamic lists

by Magnus Manske

In this Wikidata Dynamic lists tool, everyone can view lists, and change options like language, columns, and sections on-the-fly; to create your own lists, use your trusted WiDaR login. Lists consist of two parts: The items resulting from a Wikidata Query (there could be other data sources down the line), which is stored in the tool, and updated every six hours, or on demand; and the data in the columns, which is loaded on-the-fly, directly from Wikidata. See blog post and Wikidata:Dynamic lists tool.

Examples:

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.



Wikidata Edit

by Maxlath

A lib to edit Wikidata from NodeJS

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.



Wikidata Filter

by Maxlath

a command-line tool to filter a Wikidata dump by claim

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata Game

by Magnus Manske
A screenshot of all the available games in Wikidata Game

http://magnusmanske.de/wordpress/?p=203

Wikidata Game is a complicated website with many activities. Here, a machine finds potential actions and has buttons to accept or deny. Then the machine edits Wikidata automatically under your name. However, you are responsible for these edits. A WiDaR account is needed to access the Game.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata Game (Distributed)

by Magnus Manske

http://magnusmanske.de/wordpress/?p=362

The Distributed Game is a complicated website with many activities. Here, a machine finds potential actions and has buttons to accept or deny. Then the machine edits Wikidata automatically under your name. However, you are responsible for these edits. A WiDaR account is needed to access The Distributed Game.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.







Wikidata Graph Builder

by Lockal
Wikidata Graph Builder

Tool to visualize Wikidata items in a graph form using d3.js.

Examples:

Code available via github (MIT license).

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata Lang

by Maxlath

A JSON/JS index of 183 languages accessible either by their 2-letters language code or Wikidata Qid.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata periodic table

by Ricordisamoa
Wikidata periodic table screenshot

Tool to browse all chemical elements available on Wikidata, with atomic number, chemical symbol, and localized label. Now also includes two charts of the nuclides, with links to every isotope in Wikidata, colored by half-life or decay mode. Code available via Git (GPLv3 or later).

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata Recent Changes

by Pasleim
RECH tool to patrol and rollback edits made on Wikidata.png

Tool to patrol and rollback edits made on Wikidata

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata Reconciliation

by Pintoch
Semi-automatic disambiguation process in OpenRefine

Tool to align datasets with Wikidata, with advanced matching on names and properties. It can be used from the OpenRefine software, an open source power tool to clean messy data.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata Resolver

by Magnus Manske
Wikidata Resolver

Redirect to a Wikidata item, based on inserted value for an inserted property.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


wikidata-taxonomy

by JakobVoss
sample output of wdtaxonomy

Command line tool to extract taxonomies from Wikidata

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata tempo-spatial display

by Magnus Manske
Screenshot of the display for The Franco-Prussian War

Shows tempo-spatial information from Wikidata, including a timeline of events and a map.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata Timeline

by Hardwigg
Wikidata Timeline, displaying a query for Former Countries

Web app that lets you visualize a list of items (specified by a Wikidata Query) in the form of a timeline. (Known to work completely on Chrome 44+. Tested to mostly work on Firefox/IE.)

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata Toolkit

by Markus Krötzsch, Julian Mendez, Fredo Erxleben, Michael Günther

Free Java library for working with Wikidata. Helps developers to download, process, and query data from Wikidata and other Wikibase sites. It is also used to create exports, such as the Wikidata RDF exports.

A link to the documentation is given below. Sources can be found at https://github.com/Wikidata/Wikidata-Toolkit

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata Translate

by Hay Kranen
An example of the Wikidata Translate Tool

A tool used for translating a term from one language to another. Choose the language in which you want the term to be translated by clicking on "Change your preferred languages?". Click the drop-down menu of "Translate from" to select the language of the term. A list of wikipedia pages, in your preferred languages, titled with that translated term, will appear.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata SDK

by Maxlath

a JavaScript tool suite to query and work with Wikidata data

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wiki ShootMe!

by Magnus Manske
Wikishootme

Find places nearby (by coordinates, or Q, or article) that have items on Wikidata but no images yet. If you are a traveler, insert your location to find places near you that have items on wikipedia, but no photos. Once you find a location near you, you can take photos and upload them to wikipedia to help expand the article. Manual.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata Missing Pictures (offline)

by Syced

Traveling with a smartphone but no Internet (or expensive Internet)? Load the GPX or KML file in your offline maps application, and go take pictures of Wikidata items that do not have an image (P18) yet. Like Wiki ShootMe! but offline.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Wikidata Subset Search Engine

by Maxlath

Tools to setup an ElasticSearch instance fed with subsets of Wikidata

How to use

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Wikipedia Tools (for Humans)

by Siznax

wptools is a python library intended to make it as easy as possible to get data from MediaWiki instances, expose more Wikidata, and extend Wikimedia APIs just for kicks. We say (for Humans) because that is a goal.

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.


Zotero (import)

Has a Wikidata script that can import metadata about works from Wikidata, and another that exports data as commands for QuickStatements. See Wikidata:Zotero

How to use

Visit the tool's page to use it.