Wiktionary Cognate Dashboard/Interface

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My Wiktionary[edit]

Select a Wiktionary.

Most shared links with...

Number of links

Language

Least shared links with...

Wiktionary Links Dataset

Show 25 entries

Search

Source

Target

Showing 1 to 25 of 150 entries


The Dashboard will respond by generating two plots to the left: the first one (blue) presenting the 25 Wiktionaries with which the selected project shares the most entities, the second one (red) presenting the lowest 25 Wiktionaries in that respect. The table generated to the right presents the full dataset for the selected project.

Hubs[edit]

Select by label

Each node in the network represents a Wiktionary. Each Wiktionary points towards the three other Wiktionaries with which it shares the most entities. The size of the node represents how many other Wiktionaries point to the one under consideration. The thicker the line connecting two nodes - the more entries they share. Thus, large nodes represent the Wiktionaries that have the most links in common with others.

NOTE: - Please be PATIENT - Rendering a huge network of Wiktionaries. Drag the nodes around to inspect the network. Wiktionaries of same color are found to have a similar pattern of connectivity (i.e. they tend to share entries with similar sets of other Wiktionaries). Select the node by clicking it to inspect its immediate neighborhood. Use the "Select by label" menu to locate a node in the network.

Anti-Hubs[edit]

Each node in the network represents a Wiktionary. Each Wiktionary points towards the three other Wiktionaries with which it shares the least - or shares no entities at all. The size of the node represents how many other Wiktionaries point to the one under consideration. The thicker the line connecting two nodes - the less entries they share. Thus, large nodes represent the Wiktionaries that have the least links in common with others.

NOTE: - Please be PATIENT - Rendering a huge network of Wiktionaries. Drag the nodes around to inspect the network. Wiktionaries of same color are found to have a similar pattern of connectivity (i.e. they tend to share entries with similar sets of other Wiktionaries). Select the node by clicking it to inspect its immediate neighborhood. Use the "Select by label" menu to locate a node in the network.

Links dataset[edit]

The table presents all pairs of Wiktionaries (Source and Target columns) and the respective counts of shared entities. It can be searched and ordered by any of the columns. To generate a concise overview of a particular Wiktionary use My Wiktionary tab, or perhaps search for its language code and then order by Target here. NOTE. The data in the table are duplicated in the sense that each project appears once as a Source, and once as a Target.

I miss you[edit]

Download (csv)

Entry

In how many Wiktionaries:

Select your Wiktionary to generate a table of top 1,000 entries that are shared across other Wiktionaries but not present in your project.

Compare[edit]

Select Source:

Select Target:

Generate

First select a Source and then a Target Wiktionary from the drop-down menus. Then click Generate. The Dashboard will generate a table of all entries found in the Target, but not in the Source Wiktionary.

NOTE: please be patient once you click Generate. In any comparison against large Wiktionaries the operation will take a while. The Dashboard will certainly generate your data, but it might take some time for potentially large comparisons. Do not forget: you always need to click Generate after changing either Source or Target to refresh the table.