Adding people to Wikidata is relatively straightforward. It starts with
people being in categories on Wikipedia. I had a look and I think this has
been done not to long ago for Mozambique. I have done such things in the
past as well.
As to districts, provinces et al. I did that for the
It is a bit tangential to the main topic, but when we had an African
contest on the English Wikipedia a couple of years back, I was able to
easily considerably expand articles on half of the districts on Mozambique
(the other half are still on my list). The information is there, one just
Thank you! This is for me a really important eye opener.. It shows for
instance how little we know about countries like Mozambique.. When we add
all the parliamentarians for the last 40 year for instance, we would
probably double that number easily.
I have my own niche at the moment adding
I made two small improvements to Denelezh in order to answer to Gerard:
* The "Total" column was added to display the total number of humans for
each set, and the previous "Total" column was renamed "Total with gender".
* The threshold that a country needs to be displayed in the
Maybe the Ottoman Empire is in there this month.. but I must be blind I do
not see it in the URL. For my friend even 320 is important if only to show
how far they have to go.
On 16 April 2018 at 19:23, Sjoerd de Bruin wrote:
> "Countries and
"Countries and occupations used (directly or indirectly) less than 1,000 times
are discarded." https://denelezh.dicare.org/doc.php
Mozambique has been only used 320 times, the Ottoman Empire is included in the
Sjoerd de Bruin
> Op 16 apr. 2018, om
Cool but... Mozambique and the Ottoman Empire are both missing. The Russian
Empire is included.
Op ma 16 apr. 2018 om 17:58 schreef Alex Stinson
> The Gender Gap tool does a fairly good job at this:
The Gender Gap tool does a fairly good job at this:
https://denelezh.dicare.org/gender-gap.php without a query
On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 8:45 AM, Gerard Meijssen
> Thank you Masti for your reply. This is not what I seek, I want all humans
Thank you Masti for your reply. This is not what I seek, I want all humans
by country and in separate fields the number of men and the number of
women. This for all countries and all professions.
On 16 April 2018 at 13:26, masti wrote:
you start from this query that I use for ListeriaBot
It lists articles about swedish woman writers that do not have
article on polish Wikipedia.
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