Sat, Apr 24
I sent my task 6 code by email.
Fri, Apr 23
What if certain articles don't have the id written anywhere? Do I skip those ones? Or are the articles in the categories hand-picked in a way where every article has to have the id?
Just for clarification, are we meant to hardcode the ids in? I don't see a way to get the ids through code unless that specific category has an API tied to it.
Hello, I would like to pick the Disney+ series ID not in Wikidata category
I have submitted my task 5 code through email.
Mon, Apr 19
Hello, I sent my task 4 code through email.
Wed, Apr 14
I submitted my task 3 code through email, looking forward to the feedback!
Tue, Apr 13
Since we are parsing through the article text on wikipedia, are we also meant to get the property id as shown in the example?
Sun, Apr 11
Apr 5 2021
Hello, I submitted my task 2 code by email.
Apr 2 2021
No problem. :)
Make sure you're running the command line as administrator. If you are and it's still giving you an error, it might be an issue with your PATH variables. Try doing a fresh install of Python 3 through the official website https://www.python.org/downloads/
then trying again from scratch.
What error did you get when running
pip install -U --force requests
If the other fixes don't work, try this fix as well:
This seems to be the same error you are having, try the suggested fixes given by the answers.
Can you post a screenshot of the full error when running
pip install "requests>=2.20.1"
Ok, thanks for the clarification!
Apr 1 2021
Load a Wikidata item (use 'Q4115189' to start with - it is the sandbox), and print out information from it. You could also try loading some of the other items you looked at in the first task.
When submitting my code, should I also send my user_config.py file privately? Since I picked Wikidata as my default family of sites. When I write my script, I don't have to write:
Mar 31 2021
Here is my Wikidata Page