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A low-cost chemical solution deposition technique was employed to prepare YBa2Cu3O7-δ (YBCO) nanocomposite films starting from a colloidal solution containing preformed ZrO2 nanocrystals. As previous publications revealed, an increase in the amount of nanocrystals results in a progressive deterioration of the film properties. The parameters that control this process and their interplay are still unknown in detail. Using definitive screening design (DSD), a design-of-experiments approach, allowed determining which of the multiple growth parameters play a key role for improving the superconducting properties of YBCO nanocomposite films even with a large concentration of nanocrystals. In order to show the potential of DSD, it has been applied for the optimization of two different properties: the critical temperature Tc and the full width at half-maximum of the (005) YBCO reflection. This work shows that DSD is a powerful and efficient method that allows optimizing certain processes with a minimal number of experiments.

As a further outreach point for research communities, we have submitted a full article to the Semantic Web Journal, [6] among the top ones worldwide in the Information Systems field [7].The whole process is known to be time-consuming: we have so far uploaded a first version, [8] focusing on past efforts carried out with DBpedia. It has passed the first round of reviews.We are currently working on a major revision that will include more details concerning StrepHit.

The best thing about trying something new is that you learn from it. We want to follow in your footsteps and learn along with you, and we want to know that you are taking enough risks to learn something really interesting! Please use the below sections to describe what is working and what you plan to change for the second half of your project.

What have you found works best so far? To help spread successful strategies so that they can be of use to others in the movement, rather than writing lots of text here, we'd like you to share your finding in the form of a link to a learning pattern.

I flagged Q26707877 for deletion on the grounds that it was created by a sockpuppeting self-promoter who pops up regularly on the English and Russian Wikipedia projects, and so met the "Items which do not meet Wikidata's notability policy can be deleted" of WD:RFD. This was put on hold because some of the spammer's current articles are still being CfD'd or having their speedy templates edit-warred. When I pointed out that English Wikipedia AfDs had clearly established the subject as non-notable, User:Lymantria remarked that it "would be utterly easy to recreate an item with these sitelinks, since our notability criteria state that an item with one valid sitelink is notable".

Determining the quality of Wikidata is crucial for its future development. We believe that its community should have a primary role in defining what data quality means in Wikidata. Therefore, we would like to ask community members to contribute to our data quality framework draft by adding comments, suggestions, and concrete example of quality issues on Wikidata.

Hoi, attention to quality is good but I think the basics of what is perceived quality is in the occurrence of statements that describe links to other articles in Wikipedia. This allows for article level activitiy and work done in any language maps to work in all other languages. When we focus on what Wikidata is supposed to do in this way, most other quality considerations have a framework; the use that brings to being the data storage for Wikimedia projects. PS I blogged about this and welcome any arguments. Thanks, GerardM (talk) 12:21, 14 August 2016 (UTC)Reply[reply]

For example, a church may still be active and available as a place of worship. But a different church could have been abandoned/disused/deconsecrated/in ruins/demolished/converted to another use/given legal protection for architectural interest/be a tourist attraction, and so on. From the point of view of an app that is trying to show nearby places of worship then it is important to know whether the church is active. From the point of view of an app that is concerned with places of architectural interest, the religious status is less important, but it is more important to know if the building still exists/whether or not it can be visited/what legal protection is in place, and so on.

It seems to me that it would be useful to set up a discussion/Wikidata project to look at a number of buildings (10-20?) that have a rich and varied past (and are reasonably well documented on a wiki somewhere), and try to work out how best to model the data for these buildings (using existing and/or new properties), so that the data is readily available to a variety of readers/apps. Hopefully, we can produce some guidelines that would be useful in modelling the data for most, if not all buildings. Robevans123 (talk) 12:43, 4 September 2016 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Is there a help page anywhere that explains constraints and how they work? This has come up at Wikidata:Property proposal/official tourist website but I can't find anything - Help:Constraint, Help:Constraints, Help:Property constraint and Help:Property constraints are all red; Help:Properties only mentions them in passing (when discussing data types) and none of the see alsos there have anything useful. Thryduulf (talk) 21:19, 6 September 2016 (UTC)Reply[reply]

I'm working on the Connected Open Heritage project which plans to upload national built heritage registers to Wikidata (these are often the lists that WLM is based upon in each country). The first step is to create a worldwide list of built heritage registers on Wikipedia, we would really like your help in completing this list with your local knowledge. It should only take a few minutes to fill the information in for each country if you know who produces the information.

Because of this we will start implementing support for Wiktionary in parallel to Commons based on our annual plan and quarterly plans. We contacted several of our partners in order to get funding for this additional work. I am happy that Google agreed to provide funding (restricted to work on Wikidata). With this we can reorganize our team and set up one part of the team to continue working on building out the core of Wikidata and support for Wikipedia and Commons and the other part will concentrate on Wiktionary. (To support and to extend our work around Wikidata with the help of external funding sources was our plan in our annual plan 2016.) 041b061a72

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