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Esta plantía define una llista xenerada por un bot basada en Wikidata (publicación orixinal nel blog y artículu sobre la versión 2). Tien de «zarrase» con {{Wikidata list end}}; el testu ente eses dos plantíes trocaráse periódicamente (una vegada cada 24h) pola llista xenerada pol bot. Nesti momentu, sólo ye posible tener una llista per páxina. Exemplu:

{{Wikidata list
|sparql=SELECT ?item WHERE { ?item wdt:P31 wd:Q39715 .  ?item wdt:P131 ?sub0 .  ?sub0 (wdt:P131)* wd:Q55 }
|wdq=claim[31:39715] and claim[131:(tree[55][][131])]
|section=P131
|sort=label
|columns=label:Article,description,p131:Place,P580,P582,p625,P18
|thumb=128
|min_section=2
}}
...
{{Wikidata list end}}

Parametros

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sparql
Una consulta SPARQL SELECT. Tien de devolver ?item como númberu del elementu. Puedes usar una ferramienta de conversión pa convertir WDQ a SPARQL, pero siempre comprueba la consulta p'asegurate de que funciona y cambia "entity:" por "wd:" (phab:T119332). Obligatoriu, sacante que s'use WDQ.
wdq
Una cadena de consulta de WikiDataQuery. Los elementos resultantes usaránse pa crear la llista. Prueba equí la salida de la consulta. Obligatoriu, sacante que s'use SPARQL.
columns
Define les columnes de la tabla de la llista. Los valores permitíos son:
  • number, a serial row number (per section), increasing from 1, according to the initial sorting.
  • label, the wiki-language-based label of the item, linked to the local article (where exists), or the Wikidata item. Labels without values for the wiki-language will show the english label as a fallback.
  • label/xx, the wiki-language-based label of the item, using the given language code (here, "xx"), as plain text. Labels without values for the requested language will show the english label as a fallback.
  • alias/xx, the wiki-language-based list of aliases for the item, using the given language code (here, "xx"), as plain text.
  • description, the manual, or auto-generated description.
  • item, the Q item number.
  • Pxxx a Wikidata property.
  • Pxxx/Pzzz, qualifier properties; for Pxxx linking to an item Qyyy and having a Pzzz qualifier, the Qyyy linked label and the value of Pzzz.
  • Pxxx/Qyyy/Pzzz, qualifier properties; for Pxxx linking to an item Qyyy and having a Pzzz qualifier, the value of Pzzz. This is a version of the above, specific for a single item; e.g., "P553/Q866/P554" to get YouTube account names.
  • ?fieldname, a SPARQL result field name (variable).
A column header is specified by adding ":Header" suffix to the column definition, otherwise the Wikidata property (language) name is used. For quantities (numerical properties) where lower and upper bounds are indicated as nominal value +/- tolerance (for example 15 +/- 5), only the nominal value (15) is shown. Case sensitive. Since the release of May 2021 single quotes are not supported (causes the query to fail with a "not edited" message). Mandatory
sort
The initial sort key for the table. Valid values are:
  • label, the label of the item.
  • family_name, tries to find, and sort by, the family (last) name from the label, assuming items are people. This is a heuristic and may not work properly in all cases. If possible, try to sort by P734 (family name).
  • Pxxx, a Wikidata property.
Optional
section
The list can be sectioned by a Wikidata property. Can be a property number (preferably prefixed by P), or a ?fieldname (using variables does not work anymore). Optional
min_section
The minimum number of entries to generate a section when used together with section. All other entries will be put under section "misc". Default 2. Optional
autolist
If description is a column but no description exists on Wikidata, "autolist=fallback" uses AutoDesc to generate one. Optional
language
Label/description language, if different from site language. Optional
thumb
The thumbnail width for images (e.g. column P18). Default 128. Optional
links
How to render links (properties with datatype item) not in the local Wikipedia. Valid values are:
  • all to link to Wikidata. Default.
  • local to remove entries for which there exists no local article (the opposite of red_only).
  • red to generate red links based on label and item.
  • red_only to remove entries for which there exists a local article (the opposite of local).
  • text to generate blue links for existing pages, and plain text otherwise.
  • reasonator to generate blue links for existing pages, and links to Reasonator otherwise.
Optional
row_template
Generates a template call rather than a table row; the template must then generate the table row in turn or the table header/footer need to be suppressed using skip_table parameter. Parameters passed to the template are the lower-case keys from the columns parameter, e.g. label or P18. Optional
header_template
Generates a template call rather than a table header; the template must then generate the table header. No parameters are passed to this template. Recommended to be used with row_template. Optional
skip_table
Suppresses the table markup completely when using row_template. Any value will work. Optional
wdedit
Generates information that allows Wikidata editing from Wikipedia using this JavaScript. Value needs to be yes. Does not work when row_template is used. Caution: This will result in larger wikitext than normal, and updates may fail because of that. Optional
references
Add references. Allowed value is all. Requires {{reflist}} or similar somewhere in the page. Optional
freq
Numerical value X; wait at least X days before an automatic update. Default 1. Does not affect updates via web interface. Optional
summary
Comma-separated list of keys to add as a summary underneath all other content.
  • itemnumber The total number of items (rows) in this list.
Optional
one_row_per_item
Set to no if the SPARQL has multiple results for the same item, and you want them in separate list rows (since V2). Optional