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Վիքիտվյալների գիտաշրջութուններ

Welcome to Wikidata Tours. The tours will show you how Wikidata works and teach you how to add data. Wikidata works a bit differently from a typical article-centered wiki like Wikipedia, so even if you've used a wiki before or you're coming to us from another Wikimedia project please take the tours. Each tour will take around 5 minutes to complete.




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Creating and requesting new tours

To request a new tour or to learn how to create tours please click here.




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Wikidata Basics

Learn the basics of Wikidata, how Wikidata works, how it is structured and the different parts of the structure.

Տարրեր

This tour provides a beginner-friendly introduction to editing Wikidata. It covers "items", the basic units that represent knowledge in Wikidata, and will help you edit your first item.


Պնդումներ

This tour includes advanced editing on Wikidata and how to create statements for items. This tour is the second one in a series; please take the Items Tour first if you haven't already.


References

In this tour, you’ll learn how to add references to help more high quality data be added to Wikidata. A reference (or source) describes the origin of a statement in Wikidata.


More tours coming soon

More tours are being added here on, please check back soon.





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Wikidata activities

These tours take you through different common activities you can do on Wikidata, we recommend if you're new to Wikidata that you do the basics tours first.

Coordinates

This tour will take you through the steps for adding coordinates to items about places.


Images

This tour will take you through the steps for adding an image to a Wikidata item


Inception date

This tour will take you through the steps for adding an inception date to items.


Official website

This tour will take you through the steps for adding an official website to items.


Administrative territory

This tour will take you through the steps for adding an administrative territory to items for places.


More tours coming soon

More tours are being added here on, please check back soon.





Please Note:

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  • By clicking on the "Start this tutorial" button, automatic edits will be performed by your user account. While the pages edited as part of the tours are not real item pages, your activity will still be recorded in the revision history of each page.
  • If you do not have a Wikidata user account, or if you have one but have not logged in, your computer's IP address will be recorded in the page history as having made the edit.
  • If you don't want your IP address logged so that everyone can see it, or if you would like to prevent seeing this IP warning pop-up for future edits, please create an account and/or log in before starting a tour.
  • When editing Wikidata for the first time (or if editing while not logged in), you will encounter the Terms of use pop-up. To prevent seeing this pop-up for future edits, please select the "Do not show this message again" option. To read the terms of use now, before starting a tour, click here.

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