Tutorials, Handouts

The Tutorials will guide you through various use cases of this system:

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Hint list for input mask fields

Every input field has a "?" showing hints about the use of it when hovering the mouse over. Below, you can find these hints sorted by mask and position:

Jump to the mask:

Please note, that the "Object Edit All" and the "Source Edit All" masks consist of the  equivalent "Create" and "Add ..." masks in the order of their appearance above. In addition, there might appear some fields on display only that cannot be edited in the mask appropriate and are not annotated because they are invisible in the edit mode.

 

"Object (Create)" Mask

This mask is for creating objects only. For editing existing objects, go to the object and click on the tab "Edit form" (in future: "Edit all").

 

Topic:

Choose the topic (Friedrichstein or Schlodien or both).

 

TYPE:

Choose TYPE for disambiguation. Please select the most precise (narrowest) term in the list. If the appropriate TYPE for your object can't be found here, please use OBJE (object) and  contact Oliver Hauck for your new TYPE request: oha@raumdarstellung.org 

 

Title:

Insert Title of object here. English is mandatory. Other languages are welcome. Use "+" button on the right for multiplying.

 

Title Language:

Choose language of the title entry above. If the title entry is not bound to a certain language like room numbers or Getty AAT IDs, please keep "select".

 

Title Source:

Enter the source of the title here if taken from a source in the data base.

 

Title Web Source:

If the title is taken from a web source, enter the source's  URL here.

 

Material:

Choose surface material of the object. Mixed materials are semantically treated as one, e.g..: "Clear high gloss lacquer on cherry wood with gold paint lines". If you can't find the appropriate material, please send an e-mail to: oha@raumdarstellung.org 

 

Is Part Of Object:

Building part hierarchy: Wall is part of room, room is part of wing, wing is part of building, building is part of property. Only the objects on top of the hierarchy have no entry here.

 

Object Has Part:

Objects that are part of this object. Eg. a floor that is part of a room.

 

Is Similar To:

A list of other objects that share all main features with this object. Eg. hand made objects that look the same at first sight, but differ in small details.

 

Is Equal To:

Objects from industrial production that can be seen as equal.

 

Is Shown By:

Sources showing the object. (Image, plan, text, etc.)

 

Localty:

Field for locations outside the area that is being modeled in the 3D reconstruction model. The entry will be stored in „Places“.

 

Object Actor Natural Person:

Natural Person who dealt with the object.

 

Physical Object Event:

Event the object plays a role within.

 

Object Actor Corporate Body:

Corporate Body that dealt with the object.

 

Object Description:

Description of the object. For research related text, please create an appropriate activity!

 

Inscription:

Transcription of an inscription on the object.

 

Image:

URL of the image showing the object and not being a source. This is not for sources! You can upload at least one image with the "File Attachments" tool in the page's footer. Copy the link below the image's file name after uploading and clicking "Attach". Uploading more than one image, please take into consideration that the first image in the list is the preferred image on display.

 

 

"Add Object Provenance" Mask

This mask is provided by a tab on the pages of exiting objects. It adds provenance information to the object's entry. For editing exiting provenance information use the "Edit form" tab (in future: "Edit all")

 

Provenance Object:

Object whose provenance is described below.

 

Provenance (Corporate Body):

Use this field if the object came from a corporate body.

 

Provenance (Natural Person):

Use this field if the object came from a natural person.

 

Provenance Inventory Number:

Use this field for the inventory number of the object in the provenance repository.

 

Entry Event of Object:

Use this field, if the object was handed over during an event. Example: If an object has been handed over during a field trip, enter the title of the field trip.

 

 

"Add Physical Object Condition Assessment" Mask:

This mask is provided by a tab on the pages of exiting objects. It adds a condition assessment to the object's entry. For editing exiting condition assessments use the "Edit form" tab (in future: "Edit all")

 

Condition Assessment Physical Object:

Enter the name of assessed object. In most of the cases, this should be filled out already. If not, please be sure entering the right object's name.

 

Condition Assessment Event:

Event or activity during which the assessment took place.

 

Condition State:

The condition state (short term). Preferably taken from a controlled vocabulary.

 

Condition State Concept:

Controlled vocabulary URI of the term used above.

 

Condition Assessment:

Longer free text statement.

 

Assessment Date:

Use this if no assessment event can be identified or the date here would be more precise than the event's dates.

 

Earliest Date:

Allowed formats:

  • YYYY
  • MM.YYYY
  • DD.MM.YYYY 

 

Earliest Date Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Earliest Date Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Latest Date:

Allowed formats:

  • YYYY
  • MM.YYYY
  • DD.MM.YYYY 

 

Latest Date Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Latest Date Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Display Date:

Temporal free text definition. Eg: „Early 20th century“

 

Display Date Language:

Choose the language of the field above.

 

Display Date Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Display Date Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

 

"Add Physical Objects Rights" Mask:

 

This mask is provided by a tab on the pages of exiting objects. It adds rights information to the object's entry. For editing exiting rights information use the "Edit form" tab (in future: "Edit all")

 

Rights Physical Object:

The name of the physical object that is subject of the following rights.

 

License Name Or Description:

Eg: cc by sa 4.0, GNU General Public License (GPL), Version 2.0, etc. or any free text description.

 

License URL:

Eg.: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/

 

Rights Holder (Natural Person):

Complete name of natural person in possession of rights.

 

Rights Holder (Corporate Body):

Name of the corporate body in possession of rights.

 

 

"Add Physical Object Measurement" Mask:

This mask is provided by a tab on the pages of exiting objects. It adds a measurement to the object's entry. For editing exiting measurements use the "Edit form" tab (in future: "Edit all")

 

Measured Object:

Enter the title of the object being measured.

 

Compilation Event:

Event or activity during which the measurement has been taken.

 

Measurement Source:

Name of the source in the data base the measurement is taken from.

 

Measurement Web Source:

URL of the web source the measurement is taken from.

 

Measured Property:

Choose the object's property being measured.

 

Measured Name:

This field is for standardised properties like

  • DIN A4
  • US letter
  • IPB400
  • NF

 

Measurement Unit:

Enter the unit e.g.. m, meter, cm, centimeter, piece etc. Use 1 if measured property is "scale".

 

Measured Value:

Enter the measured value here. E.g.: "1,23" or "4". Scale 1/100 for example is "0,01".

 

 

"Source (Create)" Mask

This mask is for creating sources only. For editing existing sources, go to the source and click on the tab "Edit form" (in future: "Edit all").

 

Topic:

Choose the topic (Friedrichstein or Schlodien or both).

 

TYPE:

Choose TYPE for disambiguation. Please select the most precise (narrowest) term in the list. If the appropriate TYPE for your object can't be found here, please use SRCE (Source) and  contact Oliver Hauck for your new TYPE request: oha@raumdarstellung.org

 

Title:

Insert Title of object here. English is mandatory. Other languages are welcome. Use "+" button on the right for multiplying.

 

Title Language:

Choose language of the title entry above. If the title entry is not bound to a certain language like room numbers or Getty AAT IDs, please keep "select".

 

Title Source:

Enter the source of the title here if taken from a source in the data base.

 

Title Web Source:

If the title is taken from a web source, enter the source's  URL here.

 

Coverage Object:

Object shown or described by the source.

 

Coverage Event:

Event or activity shown or described by the source.

 

Coverage Natural Person:

Natural Person shown or described by the source.

 

Coverage Corporate Body:

Corporate body shown or described by the source.

 

Is Part of Source:

Part of relation for sources: a page is part of an album, a photography is part of a page, etc.

 

Is Similar to source:

Other sources that share all main features with this source. Eg. two different prints from the same negative with different rights and provenance.

 

Information Carrier:

Enter the name of the object in the data base, if the source's information carrier is an object within the 3D reconstruction model. Example: a painting hanging on a wall in a modelled building showing that same building.

 

Source Event:

Event meanwhile the source has been used.

 

Earliest Date:

Allowed formats:

  • YYYY
  • MM.YYYY
  • DD.MM.YYYY 

 

Earliest Date Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Earliest Date Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Latest Date:

Allowed formats:

  • YYYY
  • MM.YYYY
  • DD.MM.YYYY 

 

Latest Date Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Latest Date Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Display Date:

Temporal free text definition. Eg: „Early 20th century“

 

Display Date Language:

Choose the language of the field above.

 

Display Date Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Display Date Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Level Of Information:

Enter an integer number from 1-9. For further reading:

 

Digital Source Type:

Choose the digital source type from the list.

 

Image Link:

URL of the image showing the source or of the digitised source itself. You can upload at least one image with the "File Attachments" tool in the page's footer. Copy the link below the image's file name after uploading and clicking "Attach". Uploading more than one image, please take into consideration that the first image in the list is the preferred image on display.

 

Other Resource Link:

URL of the resource. You can upload the resource with the "File Attachments" tool in the page's footer. Copy the link below the resource's file name after uploading and clicking "Attach".

The maximum upload size is 1000 MB. Only files with the following extensions may be uploaded: jpg, jpeg, gif, png, txt, doc, xls, pdf, ppt, pps, odt, ods, odp, obj, js, ptx, dxf, xyz, mtl, mat, dwg, mb, vue, vob, fmz, c4d, max, 3ds, ply, skp, 3dm, stl, wrl, vrml, zip, mp4, tif, tif,f svg, 3dPNG, pPNG, dPNG, rdf.

Please be aware of the fact, that only pixel image files can have an automatically created preview image representing the source in overviews. So if the uploaded resource is not a pixel image, please provide one by uploading and using the "image link" field.

 

"Add Source Provenance" Mask

This mask is provided by a tab on the pages of exiting objects. It adds rights information to the source's entry. For editing existing rights information use the "Edit form" tab (in future: "Edit all").

 

Provenance Source:

Source whose provenance is described here.

 

Provenance Corporate Body:

Corporate body the source comes from.

 

Provenance Natural Person:

Complete Name of the natural person the source comes from.

 

Provenance Inventory Number:

Inventory number of the inventory the sources comes from.

 

License Name or Description:

Enter the name or a short description of the license granted.

 

License URL:

Eg.: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/

 

Entry Event:

Event during which the source has been handed over.

 

"Add Source Publication" Mask

 

This mask is provided by a tab on the pages of exiting objects. It adds publication information to the source's entry. For editing existing publication information use the "Edit form" tab (in future: "Edit all").

 

Source Published:

Source whose publication are described here. Should be filled out automatically.

 

ISBN:

Enter the ISBN. Entering the ISBN you don't need to fill out the rest of this mask.

 

DOI:

 

Enter the DOI. Entering the DOI you don't need to fill out the rest of this mask.

 

Publisher:

Name of the publishing house. This will be stored as corporate body in the data base.

 

Place of Publication:

Enter the name of the place. This will be stored as place in the data base.

 

Publishing Date:

Any form of Date is allowed, also free text.

 

 

"Add Source Rights" Mask

This mask is provided by a tab on the pages of exiting objects. It adds rights information to the source's entry. For editing existing rights information use the "Edit form" tab (in future: "Edit all").

 

Rights for Source:

Source whose rights are described here.

 

License Name or Description:

Enter the name or a short description of the license granted for the source.

 

Corporate Rights Holder:

Enter the name of the Corporate Body that granted the rights.

 

Natural Rights Holder:

Enter the complete name of the natural person who granted the rights.

 

"Add Source Production" Mask

This mask is provided by a tab on the pages of exiting sources. It adds production information to the source's entry. For editing existing production information use the "Edit form" tab (in future: "Edit all").

 

Source Created:

Source created by the production. 

 

Author:

Complete name of the source's author.

 

Earliest Date:

Allowed formats:

  • YYYY
  • MM.YYYY
  • DD.MM.YYYY 

 

Earliest Date Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Earliest Date Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Latest Date:

Allowed formats:

  • YYYY
  • MM.YYYY
  • DD.MM.YYYY 

 

Latest Date Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Latest Date Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Display Date:

Temporal free text definition. Eg: „Early 20th century“

 

Display Date Language:

Choose the language of the field above.

 

Display Date Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Display Date Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Material:

Material of the source's information carrier. 

 

Technique:

Creation technique. 

 

Creating Software:

Name and version of the software used to create the source. 

 

Production Event:

Event that produced the source.

 

 

"Add Source Extent" Mask

This mask is provided by a tab on the pages of existing sources. It adds dimensions information to the source's entry. For editing existing dimensions information use the "Edit form" tab (in future: "Edit all").

 

Extent of Source:

The title of the source this extent is referred to. This field should be filled out automatically

 

Measurements Compilation Event

Enter the title of a compilation event during which this measurement has been taken.

 

Measurements Set Source:

Enter the title of the source in the data base this extent is taken from.

 

Measurements Set Web Source:

Enter the URL of a web source this extent is taken from.

 

Measured Property:

Choose TYPE of measured property for disambiguation. Please select the most precise (narrowest) term in the list. If the appropriate TYPE for your object can't be found here, please contact Oliver Hauck for your new TYPE request: oha@raumdarstellung.org 

 

Measurement Name:

This field is for standardised properties like

  • DIN A4
  • US letter

Requires "Measured Property" set to "Format".

 

Measurement Unit:

Enter the name or abbreviation for the unit used for measuring:

  • m
  • meter
  • cm
  • piece
  • etc

Use "1" if measured property is "Scale".

 

Measured Value:

Enter the measured value. For scale e.g. 1/100 is 0,01.

 

 

"Event/Activity (Input and Output)" Mask

This mask is for creating and editing Events or activities.

 

Topic:

Select Topic (Friedrichstein or Schlodien or both).

 

Type:

Choose TYPE for disambiguation. Please select the most precise (narrowest) term in the list. If the appropriate TYPE for your object can't be found here, please use HEVT (historic event) or RSRH (research activity) and  contact Oliver Hauck for your new TYPE request: oha@raumdarstellung.org

 

Title:

Enter title of the event or activity. Please be short and precise. Think about how to find the event or activity again.

 

Title Language:

Select the language of the title above.

 

Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the title is taken from (if so).

 

Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the title is taken from (if so). 

 

Event Is Part Of:

The name of another event this event is part of. Eg. the siege of Stralsund is part of the great nordic war or the measuring of the height of the garden hall is part of the field trip to Schlodien.

 

Event Has Parts:

The name of another event being part of this event. Eg. The great nordic war has part the siege of Stralsund. The field trip to Schlodien has part the photographic documentation of the garden façade.

 

Object Created:

Name of an object created by the event or activity: the construction of the palace created the palace.

 

Object Modified:

Name of an object modified by the event or activity: the restoration of the palace modified the palace.

 

Object Ceased to Exist:

Name of an object taken out of existence by the event or activity: the burning of the palace destroyed the palace.

 

Object Dealt with:

Name of an object taking part at the event or activity without being created, modified or ceased to exist: eg. objects being documented. For objects being modelled use "Object Modelled" below.

 

Source Used:

Enter the name of a source being used during the activity.

 

Source Created:

Enter the name of a source being created by the activity.

 

Source Ceased to Exist:

Enter the name of a source being destroyed by the event or activity.

 

Natural Person Ceased to Exist:

Natural Person who died because of the event.

 

Corporate Body Created:

Name of a corporate body created by the event/activity.

 

Corporate Body Modified:

Name of a corporate body modified by the event/activity.

 

Corporate Body Ceased to Exist:

Name of a corporate body taken out of existence by the event/activity.

 

Event or Activity Location:

Enter the name of the place in the data base where the event or activity happened.

 

Image Link:

Link to images showing the event/activity not being sources. After using the "File attachment" section below, this field will be autocompleted by saving the entry. Enter any link to images not uploaded with this entry manually (also from outside, e.g.. wikimedia commons). One image is mandatory! The first in the file attachment list is automatically the preview image of the event/activity in overviews and search results.

 

3D Reconstruction Model:

A 3D reconstruction activity creates a version of a 3D reconstruction model that can be annotated in this section.

 

Model Version's Variation:

Variations are branches of the model with different approaches, assumptions and hypothesises. This is where you can bound the model version to a variation branch. Start with capital lettere "A".

 

Object Modelled:

Enter the title of the object represented by the 3D model version. One model version can contain more than one objects. Please mention all objects modelled.

 

Level of Detail:

Please set to integer value between 1 and 9.

 

Level of Hypothesis:

LoD - LoI = LoH. Use integer values from -8 to 8. For more Information see: http://www.patrimonium.net/node/14096

 

Geometry:

Link to the geometry file for display with web GL. Upload the geometry files first using the "File Attachments" section below.

 

Model Provenance:

This is only for purchased models not created by project participants.

 

Provenance Corporate Body:

Name of the Corporate Body the model came from.

 

Provenance Natural Person:

Complete Name of the Natural Person the model came from (author).

 

Provenance Inventory Number:

Inventory number of the 3D model or URI of the 3D model in a web repository.

 

Model Rights

This section is for describing special rights statements not covered by the project's general rights agreement.

 

License Name or Description:

Eg: cc by sa 4.0, GNU General Public License (GPL), Version 2.0, etc. or any free text description.

 

License URL:

Eg.: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/

 

Corporate Rights Holder:

Name of the Corporate Body in possession of the rights above.

 

Natural Rights Holder:

Name of the Natural Person in possession of the rights above.

 

Actor Natural Person:

Name of a natural person participating in the event/acitivity in an active way. Eg. someone holding a lecture.

 

Actor Corporate Body:

Name of a corporate body participating in the event/acitivity in an active way.

 

Participant Natural Person:

Name of a natural person participating in the event/acitivity in a passive way. Eg. someone being in the audience of a lecture.

 

Participant Corporate Body:

Name of a corporate body participating in the event/acitivity in a passive way.

 

Method:

Enter the denomination of the method being used during the event/activity: eg. "Digital photography" or "Photogrammetric survey". Methods are broader than techniques.

 

Technique:

Enter the denomination of the technique being used during the event/activity: eg. "Oil on canvas" or "Structure from motion".

 

Equipment:

Enter the denomination of the equipment used during the activity. Eg. "Tripod Manfrotto XPro 190".

 

Software:

Enter the name and version of the software used during the activity. If the software applies for more than one operating system, please mention also the operating system. Eg. "ImageFuser 0.7.8" or "Maya 2015 for MacOSX". Use the "+" button for more than one.

 

Timespan:

Section for temporal information about when event/activity happened.

 

Earliest Date:

Allowed formats:

  • YYYY
  • MM.YYYY
  • DD.MM.YYYY 

 

Earliest Date Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Earliest Date Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Latest Date:

Allowed formats:

  • YYYY
  • MM.YYYY
  • DD.MM.YYYY 

 

Latest Date Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Latest Date Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Display Date:

Temporal free text definition. Eg: „Early 20th century“

 

Display Date Language:

Choose the language of the field above.

 

Display Date Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Display Date Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Image Link:

Link to images showing the event/activity not being sources. After using the "File attachment" section below, this field will be autocompleted by saving the entry. Enter any link to images not uploaded with this entry manually (also from outside, e.g.. wikimedia commons). One image is mandatory! The first in the file attachment list is automatically the preview image of the event/activity in overviews and search results.

 

"Natural Person (Input and Output)" Mask

This mask is for creating and editing natural persons.

 

Topic:

Choose the topic (Friedrichstein or Schlodien or both).

 

TYPE:

Choose TYPE for disambiguation. Please select the most precise (narrowest) term in the list. If the appropriate TYPE for your object can't be found here, please use PERS (Person) and  contact Oliver Hauck for your new TYPE request: oha@raumdarstellung.org

 

Complete name:

Complete name of a natural person. This field is mandatory. It should also be filled out, if only parts of the name or a pseudonym are known.

 

First Name:

Enter the first name of the natural person.

 

Second Name:

Enter the second name of the natural person.

 

Last Name:

Enter the last name of the natural person.

 

Other Names:

Enter all other names than the three above in their correct order.

 

Name at Birth:

Enter the name given at birth if changed eg. due to marriage.

 

Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the name or part of the name is taken from.

 

Web Source:

URL of the web source the name or part of the name is taken from.

 

Identifier Set:

This section is for other personal identifiers, eg. authority file IDs or wikipedia articles.

Examples:

  • Getty ULAN: Enter ULAN ID as "Identifier" and "Getty ULAN" as "Source".
  • GND: Enter GND ID as "Identifier" and "GND" as "Source".
  • Wikipedia: Enter URL of the article as "URL"

 

Identifier:

Enter the authority file ID.

 

Source:

Enter the authority file's name as source in the data base.

 

URL:

Enter URL to identifying authority file without WissKI connectivity or to any other appropriate web identifier (eg. wikipedia).

 

Pseudonym:

Enter the pseudonym of the natural person.

 

Is Shown by:

Enter the name of the source in the data base taht shows the natural person.

 

Activity:

Event in which the person took an active role.

 

Participation:

Event in which the person took a passive role.

 

Has Parent:

Enter a parent's complete name (natural person in the data base).

 

Has Child:

Enter a children's complete name (natural person in the data base).

 

Other Human Relations:

This section is for any other human relation than parent/child.

 

Related Natural Person:

Enter the complete name of the related natural person.

 

TYPE of Human Relation:

Choose TYPE of human relation for disambiguation. Please select the most precise (narrowest) term in the list. If the appropriate TYPE for your object can't be found here, please contact Oliver Hauck for your new TYPE request: oha@raumdarstellung.org

 

Is Member of Corporate Body:

This section is for describing memberships in corporate bodies.

 

Corporate Body:

Enter the name of the corporate body.

 

Role in Corporate Body:

Choose TYPE of human relation for disambiguation. Please select the most precise (narrowest) term in the list. If the appropriate TYPE for your object can't be found here, please contact Oliver Hauck for your new TYPE request: oha@raumdarstellung.org

 

Earliest Date of Membership:

Allowed formats:

  • YYYY
  • MM.YYYY
  • DD.MM.YYYY 

 

Earliest Date of Membership Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Earliest Date of Membership Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Latest Date of Membership:

Allowed formats:

  • YYYY
  • MM.YYYY
  • DD.MM.YYYY 

 

Latest Date of Membership Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Latest Date of Membership Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Display Date of Membership:

Temporal free text definition. Eg: „Early 20th century“

 

Display Date of Membership Language:

Choose the language of the field above.

 

Display Date of Membership Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Display Date of Membership Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Degree:

Enter academic degree of the natural person.

 

Gender:

Choose the gender of the natural person.

 

Nationality:

Enter the nationality of the natural person.

 

Peerage:

Enter the peerage of the natural person.

 

Birth Date:

Enter the birth date of the natural person. You can enter free text.

 

Place of Birth:

Enter the name of the natural person's place of birth.

 

Death Date:

Enter the death date of the natural person. You can enter free text.

 

Place of Death:

Enter the name of the natural person's place of death.

 

Display Date:

Temporal free text definition. Eg: „Early 20th century“

 

Display Date Language:

Choose the language of the field above.

 

Display Date Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Display Date Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Location:

This is for addresses. For locations with timespan information, please create an event/activity.

 

Phone Number:

Enter the phone number. With country code preferred.

 

Fax Number:

Enter the fax number. With country code preferred.

 

Mobile Phone Number:

Enter the mobile phone number. With country code preferred.

 

Email Address:

Enter the Email Address.

 

Website:

Enter the URL of the natural person's website.

 

Social Networking:

This section is for social networking contact.

 

Name:

Enter the name of the social network. It is stored as corporate body in the data base.

 

URI:

Enter the URL of the natural person's site in the social network.

 

Image Link:

Link to images showing the event/activity not being sources. After using the "File attachment" section below, this field will be autocompleted by saving the entry. Enter any link to images not uploaded with this entry manually (also from outside, e.g.. wikimedia commons). One image is mandatory! The first in the file attachment list is automatically the preview image of the event/activity in overviews and search results.

 

"Corporate Body (Input and Output)" Mask

This mask is for creating and editing corporate bodies. Corporate bodies are legal bodies or informal groups of people.

 

Topic:

Choose the topic (Friedrichstein or Schlodien or both).

 

TYPE:

Choose TYPE for disambiguation. Please select the most precise (narrowest) term in the list. If the appropriate TYPE for your object can't be found here, please use BODY (legal body) and  contact Oliver Hauck for your new TYPE request: oha@raumdarstellung.org

 

Name:

Enter the vernacular name of the place if German, Polish, Russian or English. If the vernacular name is in another language, please use the English name. This field is mandatory. It should also be filled out, if only parts of the name are known.

 

Language:

Choose the language of the field above.

 

Alternative Name:

Enter the name in another language than above.

 

Language of Alternative Name:

Choose the language of the field above or "Select" if the language does not appear.

 

Identifier Set:

This section is for other personal identifiers, eg. authority file IDs or wikipedia articles.

Examples:

  • Getty ULAN: Enter ULAN ID as "Identifier" and "Getty ULAN" as "Source".
  • GND: Enter GND ID as "Identifier" and "GND" as "Source".
  • Wikipedia: Enter URL of the article as "URL"

 

Identifier:

Enter the authority file ID.

 

Source:

Enter the authority file's name as source in the data base.

 

URL:

Enter URL to identifying authority file without WissKI connectivity or to any other appropriate web identifier (eg. wikipedia).

 

Is Shown by Source:

Enter the name of a source in the data base showing the corporate body. (Eg. the famous photography of the Bauhaus staff at the roof of the Dessau Bauhaus.)

 

Activity:

Event in which the corporate body took an active role.

 

Participation:

Event in which the corporate body took a passive role.

 

Corporate Body Member (Natural Person):

Complete name of natural person being member of the corporate body.

 

Corporate Body Member (Corporate Body):

Name of corporate body being member of the corporate body.

 

Membership in Corporate Body:

Name of corporate body the corporate body is meber of.

 

Location:

This is for addresses. For locations with timespan information, please create an event/activity.

 

Phone Number:

Enter the phone number. With country code preferred.

 

Fax Number:

Enter the fax number. With country code preferred.

 

Mobile Phone Number:

Enter the mobile phone number. With country code preferred.

 

Email Address:

Enter the Email Address.

 

Website:

Enter the URL of the natural person's website.

 

Social Networking:

This section is for social networking contact.

 

Name:

Enter the name of the social network. It is stored as corporate body in the data base.

 

URI:

Enter the URL of the natural person's site in the social network.

 

Timespan:

Section for temporal information about when event/activity happened.

 

Earliest Date:

Allowed formats:

  • YYYY
  • MM.YYYY
  • DD.MM.YYYY 

 

Earliest Date Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Earliest Date Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Latest Date:

Allowed formats:

  • YYYY
  • MM.YYYY
  • DD.MM.YYYY 

 

Latest Date Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Latest Date Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Display Date:

Temporal free text definition. Eg: „Early 20th century“

 

Display Date Language:

Choose the language of the field above.

 

Display Date Source:

Enter the name of the source in the data base the date is taken from.

 

Display Date Web Source:

Enter the URL of the web source the date is taken from.

 

Image Link:

Link to images showing the corporate body not being sources. Official logos are preferred. After using the "File attachment" section below, this field will be autocompleted by saving the entry. Enter any link to images not uploaded with this entry manually (also from outside, e.g.. wikimedia commons). One image is mandatory! The first entry in the file attachment list is automatically the preview image of the corporate body in overviews and search results.

 

"Place (Input and Output)" Mask

This mask is for creating and editing places.

 

Type:

Choose type of place for disambiguation. Use the narrowest term.

 

Main Place Name:

Enter the vernacular name of the place if German, Polish, Russian or English. If the vernacular name is in another language, please use the English name. For addresses, use English and start with "Address of" followed by the name of the person or corporate body.

 

Main Place Name Language:

Choose the language of the field above.

 

Source:

Name of the source in the database the name is taken from. 

 

Web Source:

URL of the web source the name is taken from.

 

Place Name:

Enter the name in another project's language than above.

 

Place Name Language:

Choose the language of the field above.

 

Source:

Name of the source in the database the name is taken from. 

 

Web Source:

URL of the web source the name is taken from.

 

Historic Name:

Enter the historic name of the place in one of the four project's languages.

 

Historic Name Language:

Choose the language of the field above.

 

Source:

Name of the source in the database the name is taken from. 

 

Web Source:

URL of the web source the name is taken from.

 

Identifier Set:

This section is for other personal identifiers, eg. authority file IDs or wikipedia articles.

Examples:

  • Getty ULAN: Enter ULAN ID as "Identifier" and "Getty ULAN" as "Source".
  • GND: Enter GND ID as "Identifier" and "GND" as "Source".
  • Wikipedia: Enter URL of the article as "URL"

 

Identifier:

Enter authority file ID.

 

Source:

Enter name odf the authority file as source in the data base.

 

URL:

Enter URL to identifying authority file without WissKI connectivity or to any other appropriate web identifier (eg. wikipedia).

 

Place is Part of:

Enter the name of a broader geographic entity, eg. "Bavaria" is part of "Germany".

 

Place Has Part:

Enter the name of a narrower geographic entity, eg. "Bavaria" has part "Munich".

 

Address:

Use this section if place is address. For the town use "Place is Part of" field above. Use the checkboxes for privacy.

 

Number in Road:

Enter the house number. Letters allowed.

 

Road Name:

Enter the name of the road or any other entity the house number is referred to (eg. place, crescent, village, ...). Use this also for p.o. boxes.

 

Post Code

Enter post or ZIP code here.

 

Geographic Position:

Enter precise geo coordinates.

 

OSM Node ID:

Enter the URL of the place's node in open streetmap (OSM). Boundaries are preferred to points.

 

GND:

Enter the place's ID from the German National Library authority file here.

 

Wikipedia Article:

Enter the URL of a corresponding Wikipedia article that is not used above (eg. in the vernacular place's language).

 

Image Link:

Enter the URL of an image representing the place. One image is mandatory! Coats of Arms are preferred. They can usually be downloaded from wikimedia commons where they are stored as SVG and can be linked to PNG images at different solutions (500px preferred). See any existing entry as example. If there is no image available, please copy the following link: http://www.patrimonium.net/sites/default/files/place.png

 

 

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