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AbstractWikidata is a community-maintained knowledge base that has been assembled from repositories in the fields of genomics, proteomics, genetic variants, pathways, chemical compounds, and diseases, and that adheres to the FAIR principles of findability, accessibility, interoperability and reusability. Here we describe the breadth and depth of the biomedical knowledge contained within Wikidata, and discuss the open-source tools we have built to add information to Wikidata and to synchronize it with source databases. We also demonstrate several use cases for Wikidata, including the crowdsourced curation of biomedical ontologies, phenotype-based diagnosis of disease, and drug repurposing. Copyright 2020, Waagmeester et al.
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- Structured reviews for data and knowledge-driven research.
- Authors: Queralt-Rosinach N, Stupp GS, Li TS, Mayers M, Hoatlin ME, Might M, Good BM, Su AI
- Issue date: 2020 Jan 1
- Wikidata: A large-scale collaborative ontological medical database.
- Authors: Turki H, Shafee T, Hadj Taieb MA, Ben Aouicha M, Vrandečić D, Das D, Hamdi H
- Issue date: 2019 Nov
- A protocol for adding knowledge to Wikidata: aligning resources on human coronaviruses.
- Authors: Waagmeester A, Willighagen EL, Su AI, Kutmon M, Gayo JEL, Fernández-Álvarez D, Groom Q, Schaap PJ, Verhagen LM, Koehorst JJ
- Issue date: 2021 Jan 22
- The FAIR guiding principles for data stewardship: fair enough?
- Authors: Boeckhout M, Zielhuis GA, Bredenoord AL
- Issue date: 2018 Jul
- Open-source tools for data mining.
- Authors: Zupan B, Demsar J
- Issue date: 2008 Mar