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The dump that you want is wb_items_per_site.sql.gz. Though it contains mapping between article titles and wikidata ids for all wikis, so it's relatively big (~600 MB compressed). And it's an SQL dump, so you can either import it into a MySQL database and query that, or you can try to parse it based on the unspecified (but reasonably stable) format. Since ...


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The Geonames RDF for Antananarivo links to Wikipedia: <gn:wikipediaArticle rdf:resource="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antananarivo"/> You should be able to use that to get the corresponding Wikidata entity.


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Some history. Approximately since April 2016 you can do it in this way: SELECT ?item ?sitelink WHERE { ?sitelink schema:about ?item . # ?sitelink schema:inLanguage "en" . ?sitelink schema:isPartOf <https://en.wikivoyage.org/> } Try it!


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Approximately since October 2014 there exists GeoNames ID external identifier on Wikidata. The current number of entities with this identifier is about 1 500 000. You could retrive this identifier value for Antananarivo using the following SPARQL query: SELECT ?geoNamesID WHERE { ?place wdt:P1566 ?geoNamesID VALUES (?place) {(wd:Q3915)} } Try it.


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My way of approaching this would be to download the OpenStreetMap .pbf files directly from a source that regionally subsets the OSM data and then convert it to whatever format works best. A great source for raw OSM data is Geofabrik.de. They have regionally subdivided .pbf files that can be easily converted to anything that can be read/written by gdal/ogr. ...


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I have used the P2888 property for linking WordNet synset URIs with Wikidata item, and as pointed out by Stanislav Kralin written about it in the article Linking ImageNet WordNet Synsets with Wikidata. Provided that the URI is available with the P2888 property, you may then query with the Wikidata Query Service at https://query.wikidata.org. For instance, ...


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ImageNet more or less consistently uses WordNet synset IDs. There is the Wordnet synset ID property proposal on Wikidata. Currently, the only option available is to use BabelNet which has WordNet as one of the sources. This page mentions Wikidata as another source, but I can find DBpedia entities only with BabelNet SPARQL endpoint. Probably this means: ...


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The VisionOfBritain site provides two Scottish County files - one pre-1890 and one 1950. The pre-1890 seems to match your image. There is no Glasgow:


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You can get this from Openstreetmap. See Downloading data or Country and area extraction on the Openstreetmap wiki for details on how to do this.


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The National Center for Education Statistics' Education and Geographic Estimates EDGE products have geographic locations for public, private, and postsecondary schools in point geometry (.shp format). This might be useful, though you've asked about boundaries...


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Will this help: Get a DOI id given a Jstor Id Refer to the Unigraph documentation here to build your queries. Use the keys: DEMO or WebDemos or request your own from api @ ingen.io


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