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Keep using DBpedia!

Just recently, DBpedia Association member and hosting specialist, OpenLink released the DBpedia Usage report, a periodic report on the DBpedia SPARQL endpoint and associated Linked Data deployment.

The report not only gives some historical insight into DBpedia’s usage, number of visits and hits per day but especially shows statistics collected between October 2016 and December 2017. The report covers more than a year of logs from the DBpedia web service operated by OpenLink Software at http://dbpedia.org/sparql/.  

Before we want to highlight a few aspects of DBpedia’s usage we would like to thank Open Link for the continuous hosting of the DBpedia Endpoint and the creation of this report

The graph shows the average number of hits/requests per day that were made to the DBpedia service during each of the releases.
The graph shows the average number of unique visits per day made to the DBpedia service during each of the datasets.

Speaking of which, as you can see in the following tables, there has been a massive increase in the number of hits coinciding with the DBpedia 2015–10 release on April 1st, 2016.

 

 

 

 

This boost can be attributed to an intensive promotion of DBpedia via community meetings, communication with various partners in the Linked Data community and Social media presence among the community, in order to increase backlinks.

Since then, not only the numbers of hits increased but DBpedia also provided for better data quality. We are constantly working on improving accessibility, data quality and stability of the SPARQL endpoint. Kudos to Open Link for maintaining the technical baseline for DBpedia.

The table shows the usage overview of last year.

The full report is available here.

 

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