Query below gives me all programming languages entities, with their statements.

Problem is that I don't need identifiers now, but these IDs might become necessary. I was just gonna model database return with toJSON, but this became hard since I can't easily filter them at my queries

I think all of them are instances of Q18614948 - Wikidata property for authority control

I don't want to remove them, I need a way to identify them, like add a flag or a different label if wd has this class

SPARQL query:

SELECT ?tipoLinguagem ?tipoLinguagemLabel
       ?subtipoLinguagem ?subtipoLinguagemLabel
       ?linguagem ?linguagemLabel
       ?wd ?wdLabel ?ps ?ps_Label ?wdpq ?wdpqLabel ?pq_ ?pq_Label

  ?tipoLinguagem wdt:P279 wd:Q629206 .
  ?subtipoLinguagem wdt:P279 ?tipoLinguagem .
  ?linguagem wdt:P31 ?subtipoLinguagem .

  ?linguagem ?p ?statement .
  ?statement ?ps ?ps_ .

  ?wd wikibase:claim ?p.
  ?wd wikibase:statementProperty ?ps.

    IF(?wd wdt:P31 wd:Q18614948)
    AS ?isIdentifier

  ?statement ?pq ?pq_ .
  ?wdpq wikibase:qualifier ?pq .
  SERVICE wikibase:label { bd:serviceParam wikibase:language "en" . } 

} ORDER BY ?linguagemLabel


Example of identifiers from js entity page:

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    Basically, you need something like BIND ( EXISTS { ?wd wdt:P31 wd:Q18614948 } AS ?isIdentifier ) } + some query optimization. However, properties might be identifiers not directly, i. e. you need BIND ( EXISTS { ?wd wdt:P31/wdt:P279* wd:Q18614948 } AS ?isIdentifier ) . Unfortunately, the latter is not working in Blazegraph. Use something like { BGP + FILTER EXISTS { ?wd wdt:P31/wdt:P279* wd:Q18614948 } BIND (true AS isIdentifier) } UNION { BGP + FILTER NOT EXISTS { ?wd wdt:P31/wdt:P279* wd:Q18614948 } BIND (false AS isIdentifier) } – Stanislav Kralin Jun 13 '19 at 20:23
  • Thanks, Stanislav. I'm not using Blazegraph, your code works – nanquim Jun 14 '19 at 0:39
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    But Wikidata Query Service uses Blazegraph :-). – Stanislav Kralin Jun 14 '19 at 10:51
  • Oh, I had no idea... Thanks again! – nanquim Jun 14 '19 at 17:36

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