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Wikidata - in pretty!
Wikidata is an amazing project, but currently looks rather dry. This will, no doubt, change over time, with Wikipedia displaying transcluded data, and Lua support on both Wikipedia and Wikidata itself.
As a stop-gap measure, and a small demo of Wikidata's capabilities, welcome to Reasonator! Not only will it display Wikidata entries, it will do so in a item-type-optimized fashion, and also show related, significant data through simple reasoning (hence the name).
Try it out right away with Johann Sebastian Bach!
By default, the page will be in English. You can also set your preferred languages in the URL, like so: Johann Sebastian Bach trying German and French first ("&lang=de,fr"); some headings remain in English, for now.
- Douglas Adams (a biographical item)
- Cambridge (a location)
- Komodo dragon (a species)
- Bridges of Lyon (an auto-generated list based on "list of" property and qualifiers)
- Calendar for 1685 (a yearly calendar; also for a specific day or month)
- Barack Obama
- Nelson Mandela
- Mahatma Gandhi
- Hubble Space Telescope