Introduction The Language Graph can be queried using the kb/query API. Queries are formulated as JSON objects. This tutorial shows how to write the queries using the Query Language. Reference information is available as Query Language Reference. Getting Started If you have not do so yet, you need to create a project and obtain your keys. Each request requires parameter key that is the concatenation of your access key and secret key. The easiest way to get started with the query language is to write queries as requests in your browser or with “wget”. To make the results look great you can install a JSON formatter. (JSONView for Chrome, Firefox) Core Language Graph Concepts The following image shows a typical structure in the Language Graph: The orange oval is a “lemma”, i.e, the word. In this case “Zygmunt_Kawecki” (spaces are replaced by underscores). This oval is connected to a rectangular box with label “Zygmunt Kawecki/N1″ which is a f
Describes how new mappings between the Language Graph senses and entities in external domains (e.g, Wikipedia) can be added.