[Freebase-discuss] MQL Query to get the history log of any freebase topic
simister at google.com
Tue Dec 20 01:09:32 UTC 2011
Well I wouldn't go so far as to suggest not helping Saurabh with his
queries but I do agree with Tom's general sentiment. It's important to
understand that this list is comprised mostly of open data enthusiast who
are volunteering their time to help build Freebase. Their time is very
valuable, so please try to get as far as you can on your own before asking
for their assistance.
The Freebase history page is actually pretty complicated because it tried
to group together edits which are part of the same user action. If you
describe what you're trying to build we might be able to come up with a
I did a little digging around and found this
Acre. If you'd like to track updates to Freebase you might be
in some of the tools that we've built in the Freebase Experts
Specifically Big Brothe <http://experthub.freebaseapps.com/big_brother>r
and Little Sister <http://little-sister.freebaseapps.com/> which can be
used to monitor new topics/facts being added to Freebase. Of course,
they're all Acre apps which means that they're all open source so you can
look at the code and see how they work (hint hint ;-)
On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 6:17 AM, Tom Morris <tfmorris at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 4:34 AM, Saurabh Saxena <
> getsaurabhsaxena at gmail.com> wrote:
> > what could be the MQL Query to get the history log of any freebase topic?
> > Ex: http://www.freebase.com/history/view/en/san_antonio
> OK, here's an idea. How about if we all stop answering this endless
> stream of questions until you demonstrate that you've read at least one of
> the previous replies.
> A good one to start with might be Shawn's message which said:
> "Have you read through the MQL Manual<http://wiki.freebase.com/wiki/MQL_Manual_Table_of_Contents>yet? Its a good way to learn how to write MQL queries and will probably
> cover a lot of the questions you have."
> If you're going to ask people to contribute free to your learning, the
> least you can do is demonstrate some good faith effort to learn on your own.
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