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  1. Nov 2018
    1. For the second, we could try to detect inconsistencies, eitherby inspecting samples of the class hierarchy

      Yes, that's what I do when doing quality work on the taxonomy (with the tool wdtaxonomy)

    2. Possible relations between Items

      This only includes properties of data-type item?! It should be made more clear because the majority of Wikidata classes has other data types.

    3. A KG typically spans across several domains and is built on topof a conceptual schema, orontology, which defines what types of entities (classes) are allowed inthe graph, alongside the types ofpropertiesthey can have

      Wikidata differs from typical KG as it is not build on top of classes (entity types). Any item (entity) can be connected by any property. Wikidata's only strict "classes" in the sense of KG classes are its data types (item, lemma, monolingual string...).



  2. Aug 2017
  3. Jun 2015
    1. The comparison between the model and the experts is based on the species distribution models (SMDs), not on actual species occurrences, so the observed difference could be due to weakness in the SDM predictions rather than the model outperforming the experts. The explanation for this choice in Footnote 4 is reasonable, but I wonder if it could be addressed by rarifying the sampling appropriately.