Constructing an Ontology from the Collaborative Online Dictionary Wiktionary
OntoWiktionary – Constructing an Ontology from the Collaborative Online Dictionary Wiktionary. Chapter 6 in M. T. Pazienza and A. Stellato (Eds.): Semi-Automatic Ontology Development: Processes and Resources, pp. 131–161. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, February 2012.
- OntoWiktionary example entry
(2011-08-01, .xml, 1.5 KB)
- OntoWiktionary v1.0 Document Type Definition
(2011-08-01, .dtd, 1.3 KB)
- OntoWiktionary v1.0 English edition
(2011-08-01, .xml.bz2, 10.4 MB)
- OntoWiktionary v1.0 German edition
(2011-08-01, .xml.bz2, 2.6 MB)
- OntoWiktionary v1.0 Russian edition
(2011-08-01, .xml.bz2, 2.3 MB)
- Evaluation data: annotated gold standard, annotation guidebook, etc. (2011-08-01, .zip, 366 KB)
For exploring OntoWiktionary, you can use our XSLT based user interface. You can either use the online version on a small subset of the English OntoWiktionary or download the UI and use it with the full OntoWiktionary.
- OntoWiktionary XSLT user interface
(2011-08-01, .zip, 6.4 KB)
- Online version (due to resource limitations, only a small OntoWiktionary subset is available online)
Simply extract the user interface files and open the shipped OntoWiktionary.html file in your browser. You can then load one of OntoWiktionary’s data XML files (choose your favorite language from the list above). The image on the right shows an example of how the English OntoWiktionary edition is displayed in the user interface.