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rachitmanas
@rachitmanas
Eagerly waiting for the response.
Antonin Delpeuch
@wetneb
Hi @rachitmanas, welcome! OpenRefine is written in Java and Javascript. Here is a quick guide for your first steps in the contribution process: https://github.com/OpenRefine/OpenRefine/wiki/Your-first-pull-request
Georgios Mavropalias
@MavropaliasG
Welcome @rachitmanas !
rachitmanas
@rachitmanas
@wetneb Thank You very much for replying! Honestly, Java and JavaScript are completely new language to me. I will be starting to learn them from today. Can you please also confirm whether those basic tutorials would be ok or I need to know some specific, focused sub-topic in these language.
Sorry if my question looks quite stupid to you. As I mentioned, I am a complete newbie to open source. I don't really know where to start. I saw the issues but I couldn't really get any close to solving them. I think one need to go through whole code base and understand it properly before they can start with their contribution.
Antonin Delpeuch
@wetneb
Sure you can have a go at generic tutorials. I am curious about your interest in OpenRefine specifically - why this project rather than others?
rachitmanas
@rachitmanas
Honestly, I found out about OpenRefine through the GSOC page of organizations. The Topics under OpenRefine like data visualization, data integration got me interested in it. I like dealing with big datasets!
Antonin Delpeuch
@wetneb
Great! I think the best way to get started is to use OpenRefine yourself - by doing so you will discover things you could want to improve/fix yourself.
rachitmanas
@rachitmanas
Yes. I have already started to OpenRefine myself!😄
Georgios Mavropalias
@MavropaliasG
Hi, I made some translations in Greek on Weblate. Will Weblate automatically comit them to git or I have to do something?
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w0pr
@w0pr
Hi, I looked at OpenRefine some time ago (for clustering similar names in a cell and selecting a candidate) and just discovered the new release.
I need to classify cells as either names of persons or organisations/companies; I have a list of keywords identitfying companies (like "Ltd.", etc.).
I'm just getting into GREL and saw cell.cross(), but was wondering if there was a way to lookup if any keyword in a list of keywords (in another file or DB table) is contained in a cell.
Is there something like an ANY() operator that can be used? Or make an SQL query to a DB, preferably calling a stored procedure to implement this?
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rachitmanas
@rachitmanas
Hi, I have been trying to run the OpenRefine from the source code cloned from GitHub but I am running into this error.
Antonin Delpeuch
@wetneb
have you tried running ./refine clean and then ./refine again?
rachitmanas
@rachitmanas
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Yes, when I enter ./refine clean this error comes
I think its something with Maven.
rachitmanas
@rachitmanas
I set up M2_HOME and MAVEN_HOME variables still this error is there
Antonin Delpeuch
@wetneb
what happens when you just run "mvn clean compile"?
sorry I did not see your screenshot above, yes it looks like you have not installed Maven on Windows correctly
rachitmanas
@rachitmanas
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This is the error when I run "mvn clean compile". What is going wrong here?
Antonin Delpeuch
@wetneb
Ah sorry - then "mvn clean compile test-compile" should do!
Pranav Rajveer
@Neon-20
Hello everyone. This is Pranav Rajveer a sophomore Cse Undergrad from Central University, Chattisgarh (India). I am new to the open source world and I want to contribute to the organisation OpenRefine but I dont have any prior experience of Contributing in Open source. Can anyone throw some light to how i should start Contributing for this org.
I also have medium proficiency in C++ and elementary proficiency in Java and Js.
Thanku! Reply is awaited!!
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Pranav Rajveer
@Neon-20
Thanks for the response!!
Pranav Rajveer
@Neon-20
One more doubt I have can I go with my windows os or do I need ubuntu if I want to contribute for this organisation in future for gsoc!!
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Georgios Mavropalias
@MavropaliasG
How does OR reconciliate data with WIkidata? Through an API directly to Wikidata, or through QuickStatements?
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Mahesh Jindal
@maheshjindal
Hi All, Myself Mahesh Jindal. Presently i am working as a Data Engineer. I have experience in core development of big data architectural platforms, tools and technologies. I am proficient in working on Java, C++, Python, Big Data Frameworks and Cloud Platforms. I really liked this project and wanted to start open source contribution for the same. Can anyone please guide me ? Thanks in advance
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Georgios Mavropalias
@MavropaliasG
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Hello, I want to create a spreadsheet to add information quickly about multiple items, then paste them to OpenRefine to reconciliate them with my WikiBase. What is the best way to organize RDF data that have 5 levels? Etc Item > Property > Statement > Property > Value
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Georgios Mavropalias
@MavropaliasG
E.g. a way to maybe organise the image I sent above about Earth (Q2) in WIkidata to capture these levels, is to organise the property of the statement (rows) and their statements (columns) into an overearching column. But I understand that OpenRefine would not be able to process that
So what are some ways to organise this 5-level information into a spreadsheet format?
Antonin Delpeuch
@wetneb
Georgios Mavropalias
@MavropaliasG
Thank you for the info @wetneb ! I'll read it, thanks
Georgios Mavropalias
@MavropaliasG
@wetneb , can I import the Earth Q2 into OpenRefine direct?
directly*
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Georgios Mavropalias
@MavropaliasG

So I'm trying to import this as some example data in OR to play with

{ "Actors": [ { "name": "Tom Cruise", "age": 56, "Born At": "Syracuse, NY", "Birthdate": "July 3, 1962", "photo": "https://jsonformatter.org/img/tom-cruise.jpg", "wife": null, "weight": 67.5, "hasChildren": true, "hasGreyHair": false, "children": [ "Suri", "Isabella Jane", "Connor" ] }, { "name": "Robert Downey Jr.", "age": 53, "Born At": "New York City, NY", "Birthdate": "April 4, 1965", "photo": "https://jsonformatter.org/img/Robert-Downey-Jr.jpg", "wife": "Susan Downey", "weight": 77.1, "hasChildren": true, "hasGreyHair": false, "children": [ "Indio Falconer", "Avri Roel", "Exton Elias" ] } ] }

But it comes out like this (JSON), how can I make OR fill in the rows of the children with the rest of the information, or at least group the children in a single row like the 'hierarchical data' format?
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e.g. records mode
Ah, I think just by clickins the records mode it does it, but the only difference is that it changes the color of the records, the rows still remain empty
Ekta Mishra
@darecoder
Hello @/all. Is OpenRefine participating in Hacktoberfest 2020?
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Thad Guidry
@thadguidry
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k9gardner
@k9gardner
Hi everyone, I just joined the "chat." I have been looking for details on when OpenRefine will eliminate the need for Java? Am I wrong about that need, and/or has it already been eliminated? I think it's still there. Thanks.
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rachittiwari8562
@rachittiwari8562
Hi everyone, I am a btech 2nd year student from Indian Institute of technology intrested in applying for gsoc2021 .Is openrefine going to participate in it?I
Antonin Delpeuch
@wetneb
we don't know yet! I would expect we could do it again, this year was a nice experience.
Jenny Fer
@jenny_Fern__twitter
Hi, I have a problem with OpenRefine when I want to reconcile a service based on an RDF file. I can add the service but when I reconcile it with a .csv file I have no results.
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