Public resources

Public Resources

This page lists well known public resources that are compatible with Knowledge Graphs.

In many industries there are shared models that are important for day-to-day work. In a growing number of cases, these models are being formalized as ontologies and other formats that are compatible with knowledge graphs. Other large models are focused on a more global view of knowledge.

Some examples of notable public graphs/models are listed below. For more about using knowledge graphs in Tag.

General business use

Web search and online commerce

schema.org

Knowledge graph that organizes much of the world as a browser sees it

Google knowledge graph

Powerful tool, but you need to know what you’re looking for

Comprehensive

Wikipedia knowledge graphs

DBpedia

Curated graphs representing knowledge extracted from Wikipedia

Wikidata

Central storage for structured data used in Wikipedia and other sites

YAGO knowledge base

YAGO

Large knowledge base about people, cities, countries, movies and organizations

Domain-specific

babelnet.org

BabelNet

Collection of synonyms and translations in various languages

Geographical

GeoNames

Global geographical database containing over eleven million placenames

Music

MusicBrainz

Open music encyclopedia that collects music metadata

Provenance metadata

PROV

Describing the origins of digital assets

Data mining

KDnuggets open source knowledge graphs

KDnuggets

Great list of public datasets for data mining

Linked open data cloud

LOD Cloud

Largest knowledge graph collective on the planet, by far

Industry-specific

Finance

FIBO

Things of interest in financial applications

FRO

Regulatory compliance

Medical

FHIR

Electronic health records

ICD-10-CM

International Classification of Diseases

RxNorm

Clinical drugs

SNOMED

Clinical terminology

OGMS

Ontology for General Medical Science

MedDRA

Data entry, retrieval, analysis and display

CPT

Current Procedural Terminology

Legal

LKIF

Commonsense-based legal ontology

Insurance

IRO

Insurance regulatory reporting

There are many other examples. Useful models don’t have to be in a specific format, as long as they are well organized.

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