Apr 28 2016
Mar 12 2016
Feb 25 2016
Note this may be just a problem for the Freebase Identifier; if you replace just the leading '%2f' with '/' the remaining '%2f' characters are correctly interpreted by the server (as they should be) - the problem is the formatter URL ends with the server name which is probably a bad idea (but may be how freebase needs to work?)
Feb 19 2016
Probably should close this - it's been up live for a week or so now! Ran into a problem with query service bugs, but that seems to be resolved. See http://tools.wmflabs.org/ptable/nuclides
Feb 8 2016
Feb 5 2016
Nov 25 2015
Nov 20 2015
I've been using pywikibot to handle quantities with units for the past few weeks, it seems to work fine. I don't see what else needs to be done here?
Just want to add support - this would be useful if possible! Of course it's not possible in the web interface (claim has to be added first, then qualifiers & sources in separate updates) so it may not be something that can be done easily.
Nov 4 2015
Oct 12 2015
Ok - see https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/245591 for the change.
Oct 9 2015
Thanks! I'm partially set up but I need to do a bit of reading. I will most likely get this in (with updates) Monday - hope that's ok!
I've never used Gerrit - I guess it's gerrit.wikimedia.org? phabricator/tools is the project? How does one get an account there?
I hacked on the periodic table code to get a very bare-bones nuclides code working... see files uploaded (nuclides.py has the main content, units.py is to do something with half-life data for now, nu_app.py runs the flask app, index.html is the template display - needs a lot of styling!)
Oct 5 2015
By the way, the standard chart uses neutron number on the horizontal axis and proton number (i.e. the "atomic number" property) on the vertical. Every legitimate nuclide in wikidata seems to have those set correctly (I had to correct a handful last week but most were right).
I'm new to phabricator but this sounds like fun!
Suggestions in response to above questions:
- We could try to make every stable nuclide an instance of "stable isotope" (Q878130). I don't believe it's been used for that yet but it seems the perfect candidate to identify.
- To find all nuclides the query I used in this auto list of the nuclides should work - it's CLAIM[31:(tree)] - i.e. all instances from the subclass tree of 'isotope' (Q25276).