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WikiProject Periodicals

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The aim of of the WikiProject Periodicals is:

  • to define a set of properties from w:Template:Infobox_journal and w:Template:Infobox_magazine (and other languages), especially prior names with year ranges, and standard abbreviations
  • to define a set of properties about periodical publishers, including learned societies
  • to map and import 'Journals cited by Wikipedia'
  • to map and import all relevant data to the Wikipedia collection of journal articles at w:Category:Academic journal articles / w:Category:Magazine articles (and other languages), and link these items to the reason for their notability - e.g. the discovery that was made, or event it records.
  • prepare for linking Wikisource collection of journal/magazine articles into Wikidata.
  • to map and import all other relevant data that currently is spread in Commons, Wikipedia, and Wikisource.
  • establish methods to interact with this data from different projects

Periodical properties[edit]

Venue item properties[edit]

These properties apply to journals/magazines as a publishing venue.

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance of P31 Item instance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member. (Subject typically an individual member with Proper Name label.) Different from P279 (subclass of) Süddeutsche Zeitung <instance of> newspaper -
instance of P31 Item instance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member. (Subject typically an individual member with Proper Name label.) Different from P279 (subclass of) The Economist <instance of> magazine -
instance of P31 Item instance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member. (Subject typically an individual member with Proper Name label.) Different from P279 (subclass of) Trends in Genetics <instance of> scientific journal -
ISSN P236 External identifier International Standard Serial Number: International Standard Serial Number (print or electronic) Süddeutsche Zeitung <ISSN> 0174-4917 -
ZDB ID P1042 External identifier German Union Catalogue of Serials: identifier for serials German National Serials Database Pan <ZDB ID> [http://dispatch.opac.d-nb.de/DB=1.1/CMD?ACT=SRCHA&IKT=8506&TRM=513414-6 513414-6 513414-6] -
title P1476 Monolingual text title and original title: published title of a work, such as a newspaper article or a book Epoch <title> Эпоха -
place of publication P291 Item place of publication: geographical place of publication of the edition (use 1st edition when referring to works) Süddeutsche Zeitung <place of publication> Munich -
publisher P123 Item publisher: organization or person responsible for publishing books, periodicals, games or software Süddeutsche Zeitung <publisher> Süddeutscher Verlag -
language of work or name P407 Item language associated with this work or name (for persons use P103 and P1412) Epoch <language of work or name> Russian -
editor P98 Item editor: editor of a compiled work such as a book or academic journal The Silmarillion <editor> Christopher Tolkien -
printed by P872 Item organization or person who printed the creative work (if different from "publisher") Gutenberg Bible <printed by> Johannes Gutenberg -
distribution P437 Item method (or type) of distribution for the subject Grand Theft Auto V <distribution> Blu-ray Disc -
inception P571 Point in time inception: date or point in time when the organization/subject was founded/created Epoch <inception> 1864 -
dissolved, abolished or demolished P576 Point in time dissolved, abolished or demolished date: date or point in time on which an organisation was dissolved/disappeared or a building demolished; see also discontinued date (P2669) Epoch <dissolved, abolished or demolished> 1865 -
part of P361 Item part: object of which the subject is a part. Inverse property of "has part" (P527). See also "has parts of the class" (P2670). ear <part of> head has part
separated from P807 Item subject was founded or started by separating from identified object Presbyterian Church in America <separated from> Presbyterian Church in the United States -

Organisation item properties[edit]

These properties apply to journals/magazines as a organisation.

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
logo image P154 Commons media file Logo: graphic mark or emblem commonly used by commercial enterprises, organizations and products Apple Inc. <logo image> Apple logo black.svg -
headquarters location P159 Item headquarters, siège social, seat and episcopal see: specific location where an organization's HQ is or has been situated OPEC <headquarters location> Vienna occupant
founded by P112 Item founder: founder or co-founder of this organization, religion or place Apple Inc. <founded by> Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne -
leader P488 Item chairperson and leader: presiding member of an organization, group or body United Nations <leader> Mogens Lykketoft -
part of P361 Item part: object of which the subject is a part. Inverse property of "has part" (P527). See also "has parts of the class" (P2670). ear <part of> head has part
separated from P807 Item subject was founded or started by separating from identified object Presbyterian Church in America <separated from> Presbyterian Church in the United States -

Volume item properties[edit]

These properties are for items that represents volumes of periodicals.

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance of P31 Item instance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member. (Subject typically an individual member with Proper Name label.) Different from P279 (subclass of) Ordinari Post Tijdender (1645) <instance of> volume -
series P179 Item series of creative works: subject is part of a series, whose sum constitutes the object Ordinari Post Tijdender (1645) <series> Post- och Inrikes Tidningar -
has part P527 Item has part: part of this subject. Inverse property of "part of" (P361). Ordinari Post Tijdender (1645) <has part> Q36027033 part of
followed by P156 Item followed by: immediately following item in some series of which the subject is part. Use P1366 (replaced by) if the item is replaced, e.g. political offices, states Ordinari Post Tijdender (1645) <followed by> follows
follows P155 Item follows: immediately prior item in some series of which the subject is part. Use P1365 (replaces) if the preceding item was replaced, e.g. political offices, states and there is no identity between precedent and following geographic unit <follows> Ordinari Post Tijdender (1645) followed by

Issue item properties[edit]

These properties are for items that represents individual issues of periodicals (FRBR work level). These properties are mainly for items linked to Wikisource pages.

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance of P31 Item instance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member. (Subject typically an individual member with Proper Name label.) Different from P279 (subclass of) Q19536380 <instance of> issue -
language of work or name P407 Item language associated with this work or name (for persons use P103 and P1412) Q19536380 <language of work or name> Swedish -
publication date P577 Point in time date of publication: date or point in time a work is first published or released Q19536380 <publication date> 2 January 1821 -
issue P433 String issue: issue of a newspaper, a scientific journal or magazine for reference purpose Q19536380 <issue> 1 -
volume P478 String volume: volume of a book in a collection/series, for reference Q19536380 <volume> 1821 -
followed by P156 Item followed by: immediately following item in some series of which the subject is part. Use P1366 (replaced by) if the item is replaced, e.g. political offices, states Q36027033 <followed by> Q35825409 follows
follows P155 Item follows: immediately prior item in some series of which the subject is part. Use P1365 (replaces) if the preceding item was replaced, e.g. political offices, states and there is no identity between precedent and following geographic unit Q35825409 <follows> Q36027033 followed by
part of P361 Item part: object of which the subject is a part. Inverse property of "has part" (P527). See also "has parts of the class" (P2670). Q36027033 <part of> Ordinari Post Tijdender (1645) has part

Article item properties[edit]

This properties are for the first item that represents a book (FRBR work level). These properties are mainly for items linked to Wikipedia pages.

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
instance of P31 Item instance of: that class of which this subject is a particular example and member. (Subject typically an individual member with Proper Name label.) Different from P279 (subclass of) Our Fragile Intellect <instance of> article -
author P50 Item author: main creator(s) of a written work (use on works, not humans) Our Fragile Intellect <author> Gerald Crabtree -
title P1476 Monolingual text title and original title: published title of a work, such as a newspaper article or a book Our Fragile Intellect <title> Our Fragile Intellect -
subtitle P1680 Monolingual text subtitle: for works, when the title is followed by a subtitle Les Rougon-Macquart <subtitle> Histoire naturelle et sociale d'une famille sous le Second Empire -
language of work or name P407 Item language associated with this work or name (for persons use P103 and P1412) Our Fragile Intellect <language of work or name> English -
publication date P577 Point in time date of publication: date or point in time a work is first published or released Our Fragile Intellect <publication date> 13 November 2012 -
published in P1433 Item unknown: larger work that a given work was published in Our Fragile Intellect <published in> Trends in Genetics -
issue P433 String issue: issue of a newspaper, a scientific journal or magazine for reference purpose Our Fragile Intellect <issue> 29 -
volume P478 String volume: volume of a book in a collection/series, for reference Our Fragile Intellect <volume> 1 -
DOI P356 External identifier Digital Object Identifier: serial code used to uniquely identify digital objects like academic papers Our Fragile Intellect <DOI> 10.1016/j.tig.2012.10.002 -

Qualifiers[edit]

List of qualifiers for using an article item as a source for a claim.

Property Datatype Description
page(s) (P304) String Location of the claim
quote (P1683) String Relevant citation

Author item properties[edit]

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Participants[edit]

The participants listed below can be notified using the following template in discussions:

{{Ping project|Periodicals}}

Navigation templates[edit]


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Items without claims[edit]