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1.2 COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE, Computer Sciences
Twitter is a microblogging application used by its members to interact and stay socially connected by sharing instant messages called tweets that are up to 280 characters long. Within these tweets, users can add hashtags to relate the message to a topic that is shared among users. Wikidata is a central knowledge base of information relying on its members and machines bots to keeping its content up to date. The data is stored in a highly structured format with the added SPARQL protocol and RDF Query Language (SPARQL) endpoint to allow users to query its knowledge base.
Dooley, P. (2019) Is there a Correlation Between Wikidata Revisions and Trending Hashtags on Twitter? Masters Thesis, Technological University Dublin.