Wikidata:WikiProject Fictional universes

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Fictional universes[edit]


The goal of this project is to build good practices related to fictional universes in Wikidata and to express statements and models about them.


Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
fictional analog of P1074 Item used to link a class of items appearing in a creative work with the analogous class of objects in the real world fictional spacecraft <fictional analog of> spacecraft manifestation of
inspired by P941 Item work, human, place or event which inspired this creative work or fictional entity The Matrix <inspired by> Alice's Adventures in Wonderland -
from fictional universe P1080 Item fictional universe, mythology and media franchise: subject's fictional entity is in the object narrative. See also P1441 and P1445 Frodo Baggins <from fictional universe> Tolkien's legendarium -
present in work P1441 Item work: work in which this fictional entity (Q14897293) or historical person is present Irina Nikolayevna Arkadina <present in work> The Seagull characters
takes place in fictional universe P1434 Item fictional universe: the subject is a work describing a fictional universe, i.e. whose plot occurs in this universe. Firefly <takes place in fictional universe> Serenityverse fictional universe described in
fictional universe described in P1445 Item work: to link a fictional universe with a work that describes it: <universe> "described in the work:" <work> Serenityverse <fictional universe described in> Firefly takes place in fictional universe
home world P1165 Item fictional location: home planet or natural satellite for a fictional character or species Romulan <home world> Romulus -
narrative location P840 Item geographic setting of film: the narrative of the work is set in this location Paul et Virginie <narrative location> Mauritius Island -
main subject P921 Item topic: primary topic of a work (see also P180: depicts) Marina <main subject> Rocco Granata -
first appearance P4584 Item first appearance: work in which a fictional character first appeared Sherlock Holmes <first appearance> A Study in Scarlet -

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Notes about fictional universes[edit]

Useful queries[edit]

#How many objects belongs to specific fictional universe?
SELECT ?value ?valueLabel ?ct ?sampleitem ?sampleitemLabel
    SELECT ?value (count(*) as ?ct) (SAMPLE(?item) as ?sampleitem)
      ?item wdt:P1080 ?value
    GROUP BY ?value
    ORDER BY DESC(?ct)
  SERVICE wikibase:label { bd:serviceParam wikibase:language "[AUTO_LANGUAGE],en" }
ORDER BY DESC(?ct) ASC(?value)

Try it!