This guide attempts to help users adding structured data triples (fact triples) to Golden.

How to add a fact triple

  1. Go to an entity page e.g. Ginkgo Bioworks
  2. Press ‘Edit’ (see here) and select the ‘structured data’ tab (see here)
  3. You can edit structured data from the structured data tab by selecting the field (or ‘predicate’) you want. If the field hasn’t been added to the page yet, you can add it here
  4. Add a valid (true) fact triple to the page, like this one
  5. Add a citation to the fact triple so that the ‘fact’ can be validated (see here)

Using templates

Templates assign a type to an entity or topic and will automatically add a number of fields relevant for that type. For example, adding the Company template automatically adds 6 fields: Location, website, founded by, legal classification, parent organization, and CEO.

Individual fields can be added or subtracted as needed after the template has been applied.

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Predicate Definitions

A number of structured fields have tooltips associated with them that will clarify their definition and/or nuances in usage. Hover over the question mark to view the tooltip. Be sure to follow these tooltips closely to avoid any structured data from being invalidated and removed.

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Reducing Duplicate Entities

When linking another entity or topic to a structured data field value, care should be taken to confirm if the entity or topic already exists. Some entities may be spelled or named in a different way than you would expect.

It’s always best to use “See all results” in the topic search dropdown to confirm whether or not an entity is already in Golden’s Knowledge Graph. If the entity does not exist and you would like to add it to Golden’s Knowledge Graph, you can do so with the “Create new topic” button.

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