How Logseq should build a World Knowledge Graph
Initial thoughts from Building a knowledge graph in Logseq…
I’m not sure how Logseq is planning to build their stated World Knowledge Graph, but this seems like a reasonable way to begin letting users add structure to their personal knowledge graphs that could eventually be integrated with other knowledge graphs.
Logseq has a stated goal to build a World Knowledge Graph. Here’s what I think they should build:
See my proposal for how to do this here: Building a knowledge graph in Logseq
The key functionality here is for Logseq to treat this combination page like it is a page of its own, and allowing for natural navigation to related pages.
for example, a general ontology may be like Joel Chan’s Discourse Graph (types: question, claim, evidence, etc.. relationships: supports, opposes, informs, etc)
here I am using the term Category Theory term functor to describe a (potentially lossy) translation between two “knowledge graphs”
Make it possible to publish a subset of your knowledge graph, and integrate other knowledge graphs into your own
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This prototypes a possible way to link between different people’s knowledge graphs using the familiar structure of URLs. This relates to the idea of a World Knowledge Graph, and I discuss it more in my post on How Logseq should build a World Knowledge Graph.
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