The software used to extract structured data from Wikipedia
The DBpedia DataID vocabulary is a metadata system for detailed descriptions of datasets and their physical instances, as well as their relation to agents like persons or organizations in regard to their rights and responsibilities.
A repo that contains outgoing links from DBpedia
a simple interface that displays the DBpedia community
DBpedia Historique Extractor
A light-weight tool to fuse complementary facts to DBpedia identifiers
Outputs a list of ranked DBpedia resources for a search string.
creates a docker image with Virtuoso preloaded with the latest DBpedia dataset
Extract Data from Wikipedia Lists
A repository for the "Combining DBpedia and Topic Modeling" GSoC 2016 idea
Repository for the DBpedia GSoC Hybrid Classifier/Rule-based Event Extractor Project
Extract Data from Wikipedia Tables
Tools & scripts to infer new Wikipedia infobox to ontology mappings
The service supporting DataID and its website
DBpedia support for multimedia data sources other than Wikipedia. GSoC 2014 project.
This repository will provide the necessary mappings between Cmd profiles (CLARIN) and DataID, as well as queries (like XSPARQL) to convert them directly.
DBpedia Distributed Extraction Framework: Extract structured data from Wikipedia in a parallel, distributed manner
moved to https://github.com/dbpedia/links
Fact Extraction from Wikipedia Text
The DBpedia AI project
The DBpedia Data ID Unit is a DBpedia Group with the goal of describing LOD datasets via RDF files, to host and deliver these metadata files together with the dataset in a uniform way, create and validate such files and deploy the results for the DBpedia and its local chapters.
DBpedia Association membership metadata
MAterial about DBpedia
Keeps a mirror of DBpedia live in sync
A webprotege deployment for editing the DBpedia ontology
Precompiled executables, config files and working examples for http://dbpedia.org/Wiktionary
administrative repo for DBpedia @ google summer of code