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Scholia is a service that creates visual scholarly profiles for topics, people, organizations, species, chemicals, etc using bibliographic and other information in Wikidata. More info...




Denny Vrandečić
View the researcher profile for the Semantic Web researcher Denny Vrandečić. It shows his papers, co-authors, etc.
Technical University of Denmark
View the profile for an organization: People associated with the organization, their publications, the co-author patterns, etc.
View information about a venue, e.g., a scientific journal or scientific conference. Here, the NeuroImage journal, its recently published papers, authors, topics, citation pattern, etc.
Public Library of Science
View information about a publisher, here Public Library of Science, with, e.g., the journals it publishes.
View information about the authors or journals publishing on COVID-19.
Zika virus
View information about the authors or journals publishing on Zika virus.


Scholia can show multiple items together.

Technical University of Denmark and University College London
Compare two or more organizations. Here a comparison between two universities with collaborating researchers, number of publications and citations.
Tim Berners-Lee, James Hendler and Ruben Verborgh
Compare three Semantic Web researchers.
University of Costa Rica and snakebites
Explore what people affiliated with this institution have published on the topic.


If you know the external identifier of a concept, then Scholia can make a lookup based on it:

Look up by Twitter username @utafrith. This will identify the London-based researcher Uta Frith and redirect to her Scholia page.
Redirect also works for organizations, here MIT Press
Lookup 0000-0002-5494-8126 that is identifying Carol Greider.
Redirect via GitHub username, here @vedina to Nina Jeliazkova.
Redirect via a DOI.
Redirect via VIAF identifier, here to Ben Feringa