Google Knowledge Graph API Explorer
Enter your brand or your first and last name.
We'll ping Google's Knowledge Graph API and show you what info is in there
5 techniques to find a kgmid
How The Kalicube Pro "Google Knowledge Graph Search Engine" Works
When you submit your query on Kalicube Pro, we use Google's Knowledge Graph API to search the Knowledge Graph. You'll then see what Entities it contains that is related to your query (ie brands, businesses, events, products, people, topics etc). The API explorer will tell you how much Google's Knowledge Graph knows about the entities, and how confident it is about that information... Results are real time and therefore up-to-the minute.
What Attributes Does The Explorer Show?
This explorer will show you this information (attributes) for all Entities Google sees as relevant for the words you enter.
- Entity Type (person, corporation, music group, etc)
- the Graph ID (kgmid / kgid)
- Entity Description (if one exists in the Knowledge Graph)
- Entity Home
Why Some Attributes Might Be Empty
Entity Type and Knowledge Graph ID (kgmid or kgid) always have a value. The others only return a value sometimes (if Google has the information in the Knowledge graph). If you click the anchor text “See on Google”, we’ll open a new tab for you that shows the Google SERP that corresponds to the kgmid (the SERP that corresponds to Google's explicit understanding of that entity).
Why do Some Knowledge Graph ID start with /g/ and others with /m/?Note: The kgid starting with /m/ indicates the entity was originally an entry on Freebase and was migrated to Wikidata (that migration happened in 2015) while a kgid starting with /g/ indicates that Google added the entity after closing Freebase (so the entity was created in the Knowledge Graph after 2015).
Watch this vide for an explanation: