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Tool to search common point between 2 items. Searching the common point between 2 things or people is often use to test general knowledge

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Common Point

Search for common points between…

dCode uses Wikipedia's semantic networks to find commonalities, so each concept must have a Wikipedia page.



Search for common items in 2 lists

⮞ Go to: Items in Common

Answers to Questions (FAQ)

What is a common point between 2 concepts? (Definition)

From 2 distinct concepts, a common point can be described as an element linked to both the first and the second concept. Semantically, it is a relation, linking the 2 concepts by the intermediary of a third concept.

How to find common point between elements?

The dCode program reads Wikipedia pages as data source and extracts common data between articles (object, person, place, thing, etc.) to detect common points and similar relationships. The comparison uses semantic networks.

Common concepts are listed in order of importance, this can be a word or word group that links the two. The comparison uses semantic networks.

Example: orange and kiwi have for common point the concept of fruit but also color

Be sure to choose the right Wikipedia pages that describe the concept to compare (avoid disambiguation pages), it is also possible to perform the same operation in another language (sometimes the article is more detailed).

What is a semantic network?

A semantic network is a representation of knowledge in the form of a graph comprising relations between the elements.

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