EcoLexicon: Statistics & Charts

IN THIS PAGE, WE OFFER A SET OF DATA, STATISTICS AND CHARTS ABOUT THE KNOWLEDGE STORED IN ECOLEXICON TO ITS USERS.


Concepts

A concept is a verbal representation of class of things or phenomena in the world. For instance, the concept 'STORM' references 'an atmospheric disturbance with strong winds accompanied by rain, snow, or other precipitation and often by thunder and lightning.'
At the moment, the EcoLexicon knowledge base contains 0 concepts and their definitions. In the last month, 0 (+0%) new concepts have been added to the database.


Terms

What is a term? A term is a word or a compound word that serves as a label for a concept. For example, the english terms 'rainfall' and 'rain', and the spanish term 'lluvia' all refer to the concept 'RAIN'.
Right now, there are 0 terms in the EcoLexicon knowledge base, in 0 different languages: . On average, each concept is associated with 0 terms. Currently, is the concept with more terms associated: .

Language Term count

Table 1. Number of terms for each language in EcoLexicon.

Graph 1. Number of terms for each language in EcoLexicon.


Graph 2. Percentage of terms for each language in EcoLexicon.


EcoLexicon is not static; on the contrary, it grows day by day as the members of Lexicon steadily add new terms, concepts and resources. For instance, in the last month (+0%) new terms have been added to the knowledge base.

Language Term count

Table 2. Number of new terms for each language in EcoLexicon.

Graph 3. Number of terms for each language for the terms added in the last month.

Graph 4. Terms growth since July 2013.



Relations

In EcoLexicon, concepts are interconnected by relations. This relations are divided in 3 main categories: . Within each category, we find various types of relations; such as, ...
At this moment, there are relations between concepts in the knowledge base. The average concept is connected to other concepts with relations. The more connected concept (i.e., the concept with more connections through relations to other concepts) is the concept attribute, which is connected to concepts.

Graph 5. Number of instances for each relation in EcoLexicon.


Graph 6. Percentage of instaces for each relation in EcoLexicon.

Graph 7. Number of instances for each class of relation in EcoLexicon.



Resources

In EcoLexicon, some concepts have a set of associated resources. This resources can be of four different types: images, videos, web pages and documents.
Right now, there are 0 resources stored in the knowledge base.

Graph 8. Number of resources classified by its type.



Categories

The concepts in EcoLexicon are associated with conceptual categories, which are classified hierarchically. The categories are the following (click in the arrows to expand or contract the category hierarchy):

Graph 9. Number of concepts classified by conceptual category .