Research:Wikidata in Medicine: What, why and how
Wikidata is a high-scale ontological database initially created to support Wikipedia in 2012 but has grown in use since that. In this research project, we introduce Wikidata as a structured database representing the sum of Biomedical knowledge and provide an overview of its features. Then, we provide methods based on Bibliometric-Enhanced information retrieval to enrich, verify and absolutely enhance Biomedical information available in Wikidata. Finally, we discuss the use of Wikidata and other ontologies for a variety of tasks such as the recommendation of medical services, Biomedical Natural Language Processing and Biomedical Decision Support.
Describe in this section the methods you'll be using to conduct your research. If the project involves recruiting Wikimedia/Wikipedia editors for a survey or interview, please describe the suggested recruitment method and the size of the sample. Please include links to consent forms, survey/interview questions and user-interface mock-ups.
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Policy, Ethics and Human Subjects Research
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