Location of Yago Files

Kingsley Idehen wrote:
> John Muth wrote:
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>> Congrats all, and big thanks for your continuing great work.
>>
>> The YAGO Classes and YAGO Links links are not working for me just now -- are
>> the URLs wrong or are the files yet to be published?
>>
>> http://downloads.dbpedia.org/3.2/links/yago_en.nt.bz2
>> http://downloads.dbpedia.org/3.2/links/yagolink_en.nt.bz2
>>
>> Thanks again,
>> John Muth
>>     

John,

I misunderstood your initial mail above. Anyway, the misunderstanding 
lead me to the files you are seeking. See:
http://downloads.dbpedia.org/3.2/en/yagolink_en.nt.bz2
and
http://downloads.dbpedia.org/3.2/en/yago_en.nt.bz2

Kingsley
>>   
>>     
>
> John,
>
> Hmm..
>
> Will have look and get it sorted if it's actually missing.
>
> Kingsley
>   
>> On 17/11/08 12:11, "Chris Bizer" <chris@bizer.de> wrote:
>>
>>   
>>     
>>> Hi all,
>>>
>>> we are happy to announce the release of DBpedia version 3.2.
>>>
>>> The new knowledge base has been extracted from the October 2008 Wikipedia
>>> dumps. Compared to the last release, the new knowledge base provides three
>>> mayor improvements:
>>>
>>>
>>> 1. DBpedia Ontology
>>>
>>> DBpedia now features a shallow, cross-domain ontology, which has been
>>> manually created based on the most commonly used infoboxes within Wikipedia.
>>> The ontology currently covers over 170 classes which form a subsumption
>>> hierarchy and have 940 properties. The ontology is instanciated by a new
>>> infobox data extraction method which is based on hand-generated mappings of
>>> Wikipedia infoboxes to the DBpedia ontology. The mappings define
>>> fine-granular rules on how to parse infobox values. The mappings also adjust
>>> weaknesses in the Wikipedia infobox system, like having different infoboxes
>>> for the same class (currently 350 Wikipedia templates are mapped to 170
>>> ontology classes), using different property names for the same property
>>> (currently 2350 Wikipedia template properties are mapped to 940 ontology
>>> properties), and not having clearly defined datatypes for property values.
>>> Therefore, the instance data within the infobox ontology is much cleaner and
>>> better structured than the infobox data within the DBpedia infobox dataset
>>> that is generated using the old infobox extraction code. The DBpedia
>>> ontology currently contains about 882.000 instances.
>>>
>>> More information about the ontology is found at:
>>> http://wiki.dbpedia.org/Ontology
>>>
>>>
>>> 2. RDF Links to Freebase
>>>
>>> Freebase is an open-license database which provides data about million of
>>> things from various domains. Freebase has recently released an Linked Data
>>> interface to their content. As there is a big overlap between DBpedia and
>>> Freebase, we have added 2.4 million RDF links to DBpedia pointing at the
>>> corresponding things in Freebase. These links can be used to smush and fuse
>>> data about a thing from DBpedia and Freebase.
>>>
>>> For more information about the Freebase links see:
>>> http://blog.dbpedia.org/2008/11/15/dbpedia-is-now-interlinked-with-freebase-
>>> links-to-opencyc-updated/
>>>
>>>
>>> 3. Cleaner Abstacts
>>>
>>> Within the old DBpedia dataset it occurred that the abstracts for different
>>> languages contained Wikpedia markup and other strange characters. For the
>>> 3.2 release, we have improved DBpedia's abstract extraction code which
>>> results in much cleaner abstracts that can safely be displayed in user
>>> interfaces. 
>>>
>>>
>>> The new DBpedia release can be downloaded from:
>>>
>>> http://wiki.dbpedia.org/Downloads32
>>>
>>> and is also available via the DBpedia SPARQL endpoint at
>>>
>>> http://dbpedia.org/sparql
>>>
>>> and via DBpedia's Linked Data interface. Example URIs:
>>>
>>> http://dbpedia.org/resource/Berlin
>>> http://dbpedia.org/page/Oliver_Stone
>>>
>>> More information about DBpedia in general is found at:
>>>
>>> http://wiki.dbpedia.org/About
>>>
>>>
>>> Lots of thanks to everybody who contributed to the Dbpedia 3.2 release!
>>>
>>> Especially:
>>>
>>> 1. Georgi Kobilarov (Freie Universitšt Berlin) who designed and implemented
>>> the new infobox extraction framework.
>>> 2. Anja Jentsch (Freie Universitšt Berlin) who contributed to implementing
>>> the new extraction framework and wrote the infobox to ontology class
>>> mappings. 
>>> 3. Paul Kreis (Freie Universitšt Berlin) who improved the datatype
>>> extraction code. 
>>> 4. Andreas Schultz (Freie Universitšt Berlin) for generating the Freebase to
>>> DBpedia RDF links.
>>> 5. Everybody at OpenLink Software for hosting DBpedia on a Virtuoso server
>>> and for providing the statistics about the new Dbpedia knowledge base.
>>>
>>> Have fun with the new DBpedia knowledge base!
>>>
>>> Cheers
>>>
>>> Chris
>>>
>>>
>>> --
>>> Prof. Dr. Christian Bizer
>>> Web-based Systems Group
>>> Freie Universitšt Berlin
>>> +49 30 838 55509
>>> http://www.bizer.de
>>> chris@bizer.de
>>>
>>>
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Received on Monday, 17 November 2008 17:36:20 UTC