Wikidata Gender Diversity (WiGeDi) is a research project funded by the Wikimedia Foundation which studies gender diversity in Wikidata, focusing on marginalized gender identities.

The project examines how the current Wikidata ontology model represents gender, and the extent to which this representation is fair and inclusive. It analyses the data stored in the knowledge base to gather insights and identify possible gaps. Finally, it looks at how the community has handled the move towards the inclusion of a wider spectrum of gender identities.

We have created a web application to share the results publicly in a user-friendly way. The Model section presents an overview of the Wikidata gender model, the Data section presents statistics about gender in Wikidata, while the Timeline section presents our reconstruction of the history of gender representation in Wikidata.

A report of project activities can be found on the Meta wiki.