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English: Slides from a Wikidata presentation that was given during a linked open data tutorial session at the Data Sharing, Holocaust Documentation and the Digital Humanities (DSDH-17): Best Practices, Benefits, Case Studies international workshop in Venice, Italy on 30 June 2017. It includes a general introduction to Wikidata before focusing on external identifiers, integration with Wikipedia and data visualisation using tools and WDQS. Links to further information are included.
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