It has been proposed to have a weekly jour fixe on Thursdays 21:30 CET (a time equally (in)convenient to all our teams around the world). FactGrid has an open web channel for such purposes that can be used without further passwords and software downloads. Contact email@example.com for link details.
Note that the new QuickStatements Version has an annoying security feature implemented on regular user accounts: If you press "Run" you will receive loads of errors after the 90th edit. To avoid this you must use the "Run in background" option.
on the FactGrid database, a project of the Gotha Research Centre operated by the data lab of the University of Erfurt. With the support of Wikimedia Germany we are using a MediaWiki with Wikidata's “wikibase” extension. Our main product are data which we collect on “items” such as these:
You will need to be logged in to see the “add statement” link with which you can add information in the form of triple based machine readable claims — which everyone can now explore with the SPARQL data mining language, at our Query Service. All FactGrid data are CC0-licensed. You can download any search in various data formats with the aim to explore FactGrid data in other software environments or visualise searches with various tools on our site.
- FactGrid FAQ for more information on why you might love to use FactGrid as your research platform
- Help Section for further assistance
- Terms of Service if you want to have an account on FactGrid
- Project Section to take a look at work done on the collective platform
The FactGrid database is an open collaborative and multilingual project organised by — as of October 2023 — 356 participants from all over the world. If you are looking for a site to present research data and keep them in the process of further research — the FactGrid database might be a cool candidate. For more information and account details contact:
Dr. Olaf Simons
Gotha Research Centre at the University of Erfurt