The type of the entity. For most entity types, the associated
metadata is a Wikipedia URL (
wikipedia_url) and Knowledge Graph
mid). The table below lists the associated fields for
entities that have different metadata.
Values: TYPE_UNSPECIFIED (0): Unspecified. PERSON (1): Person. LOCATION (2): Location. ORGANIZATION (3): Organization. EVENT (4): Event. WORK_OF_ART (5): Artwork. CONSUMER_GOOD (6): Consumer product. OTHER (7): Other types of entities. PHONE_NUMBER (9): Phone number.
The metadata lists the phone number (formatted according to local convention), plus whichever additional elements appear in the text: - `number` - The actual number, broken down into sections according to local convention. - `national_prefix` - Country code, if detected. - `area_code` - Region or area code, if detected. - `extension` - Phone extension (to be dialed after connection), if detected. ADDRESS (10): Address. The metadata identifies the street number and locality plus whichever additional elements appear in the text: - `street_number` - Street number. - `locality` - City or town. - `street_name` - Street/route name, if detected. - `postal_code` - Postal code, if detected. - `country` - Country, if detected. - `broad_region` - Administrative area, such as the state, if detected. - `narrow_region` - Smaller administrative area, such as county, if detected. - `sublocality` - Used in Asian addresses to demark a district within a city, if detected. DATE (11): Date. The metadata identifies the components of the date: - `year` - Four digit year, if detected. - `month` - Two digit month number, if detected. - `day` - Two digit day number, if detected. NUMBER (12): Number. The metadata is the number itself. PRICE (13): Price. The metadata identifies the `value` and `currency`.