DBpedia is a large-scale, cross-domain knowledge graph extracted from Wikipedia. For the extraction, crowd-sourced mappings from Wikipedia infoboxes to the DBpedia ontology are utilized. In this process, different problems may arise: users may create wrong and/or inconsistent mappings, use the ontology in an unforeseen way, or change the ontology without considering all possible consequences. In this paper, we present a data-driven approach to discover problems in mappings as well as in the ontology and its usage in a joint, data-driven process. We show both quantitative and qualitative results about the problems identified, and derive proposals for altering mappings and refactoring the DBpedia ontology.