Dataviz map of the relationships between master and student from Socrates to the end of the Hellenistic Period.
OpenArtBrowser invites you to browse through the world of arts, enjoy beautiful artworks and learn interesting things. We provide paintings, drawings and sculptures all over the world and from many periods. For each artwork, metadata and related artworks are shown. Related means, that the artworks share the same artist, movement, or even motif.
Interactive HTML tables based on Wikidata in multiple languages. Search and sort options. Updates table every week.
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.
Daty is a cross-platform free Wikidata editor adhering to GNOME (Q44316) Human Interface Guidelines, intended to enable a better editing workflow and faster deployment of requested user features for Wikidata.
Explore the gender gap and its evolution in the content of Wikidata and Wikimedia projects. You can do this by Wikimedia project and/or by characteristics of human beings (year of birth, country of citizenship, and occupation).
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.
Generic graph explorer for data from Wikidata.
Tool to visualize geographical position of graves on the map.
- Père-Lachaise cemetery in Paris
- Galärvarvs cemetery in Stockholm, Sweden
- Zentralfriedhof cemetery in Vienna
- Arlington National Cemetery
histomania is a browser to visualize, measure and compare events in a timeline. In addition to user-generated content, histomania has a large contingent of generated timelines from Wikidata and Wikipedia data. You can place timelines next to each other or move them in time to make them comparable. Since the stories are linked to each other, you can dive deep into them. You can use it on any device, pc, tablet or smartphone. It's ideal for quickly getting a feel for temporal scales and historical connections.
by Peter Rank
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.
Keep an inventory of your books using Wikidata for books' and authors' data.
Heatmap of missing images in Wikidata items for specified administrative region.
Shows a list of India's states names in English, which can be translated into any language.
Helps visualize data from Wikidata.
A quick way to browse, filter and view all properties on Wikidata.
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.
Provides statistics about the usage of properties in Wikidata and how they are related to each other.
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.
Map based visualization including a graph for a third numeric dimension in datasets. Project on Github
Get (missing) translation statistics of Wikidata properties (labels, descriptions and aliases). Navigate properties by datatypes, classes. Search properties to describe an entity. Compare translation statistics among different languages. Get translation statistics of property discussion templates.
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.
Tool to visualize Wikidata items in a graph form using d3.js.
- Parent taxons of Blue Whale
- Parent class graph for human
- Parents of Nikita Mikhalkov
- Children of Agnes of the Palatinate (4 generations)
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).
Shows tempo-spatial information from Wikidata, including a timeline of events and a map.
Web app that lets you visualize a list of items (specified by a Wikidata Query) in the form of a timeline.
Various easy-to-configure visualization tools for displaying Wikidata query results. Source code and more information are available on Github.