Wikidata: A large-scale collaborative ontological medical database

@article{Turki2019WikidataAL,
  title={Wikidata: A large-scale collaborative ontological medical database},
  author={Houcemeddine Turki and Thomas M A Shafee and Mohamed Ali Hadj Taieb and M. Benaouicha and Denny Vrandecic and D. Das and Helmi Hamdi},
  journal={Journal of biomedical informatics},
  year={2019},
  pages={
          103292
        }
}
Created in October 2012, Wikidata is a large-scale, human-readable, machine-readable, multilingual, multidisciplinary, centralized, editable, structured, and linked knowledge-base with an increasing diversity of use cases. Here, we raise awareness of the potential use of Wikidata as a useful resource for biomedical data integration and semantic interoperability between biomedical computer systems. We show the data model and characteristics of Wikidata and explain how this database can be… Expand
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