Crony Corral searches Wikipedia to find people/companies/organizations with matching Wikidata properties and further searches for Wikipedia topics they have in common.
Properties searched include:
- P159: headquarters location – Location of the main office of an organization, company, or institution.
- P108: employer – Used to link a person to the organization or company they work or have worked for.
- P69: educated at – The educational institution(s) a person has attended.
- P551: residence – The place where a person lives or has lived.
- P102: member of political party – The political party a person is or has been a member of.
- P106: occupation – Refers to the main job or profession of a person.
- P39: position held – Used to link a person to the political, organizational, or professional positions they have held.
- P937: work location – Indicates the place where a person primarily conducts their work.
- P452: industry – Refers to the main industrial sector or sectors that a company, organization, or product is involved in.
- P17: country – Indicates the country that a geographical entity or organization is part of or associated with.
- P1056: product or material produced – Refers to the main product(s) or material(s) produced by a company or organization.
- P749: parent organization – Indicates the higher-level organization that a subsidiary or lower-level organization is part of.
- P414: stock exchange – Refers to the stock exchange where a company’s shares are traded.
- P112: founded by – Indicates the person or organization that founded a company, organization, or institution.
- P127: owned by – Refers to the person, organization, or entity that owns a particular asset or resource. (I think institutional / stock ownership is in here too.)
- P355: subsidiary – Used to link a parent company or organization to its subsidiaries or lower-level organizations.
- P27: country of citizenship – Indicates the country where a person holds citizenship.
Crony Corral finds related topics by searching Wikipedia pages for mentions of both names in the pair, and then counts the mentions. 1 is the lowest possible association, while 5 is a close association. 2 is a good start, or you can set it at 1 to load all Wikipedia topic associations and then filter them with this menu.