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Explorer Zone
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Dataset exploration offers a single view that sorts datasets by name. Each dataset is treated as a group, which allows the following options, as before:

  • Click on the folder icon to expand the tree and display the contents of a dataset.
  • The check box, which selects a dataset and all sources in it.
  • Click on the title of a dataset to display information on dataset source in Available Elements.
  • Click on the title of a source in a dataset to display information about the source in Available Elements.
  • The colored dot in front of a dataset shows whether the dataset has lexical sets. Click on it to add the dataset to Active Elements.

The options on the source toolbar are:

View.png Takes you to where you can search a dataset, based on sources in Active elements.
signature button Adds selected sources in Active Elements.
signature button Displays information about selected sources in Available Elements.
signature button To view selected sources as a language tree.
signature button To view selected sources on a map.
signature button To add a comment to a selected source.
signature button partie à venir Research module datasets by criteria

Available Elements

This area displays your default list of datasets followed by ones that are shared. [View the natural datasets in disconnected mode?]


User Datasets
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Each user dataset is represented on one line. It displays the name of the dataset, the number of sources which it is made up of, the number of languages ​​represented as well as the number of your own existing lexical sets and those that have been created and shared by another user. Finally, you can change how datasets are shared by clicking the 'Edit Share Parameter' (the list of people with access to a dataset if it is shared can be seen by clicking on the [plus]. Click on the cart at the beginning of the line to add the dataset to Active Elements.

To create a shared dataset, the menu is in the tools zone on the datasets and applies to the active dataset.


Shared datasets
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Under this, should the need arise, is the list of shared datasets, who they were shared by, and the same information on the number of sources, the number of languages ​​and the distribution of lexical sets that exist in this dataset. Click on the cart at the beginning of the line to add the dataset to Active Elements.


Active Elements Zone
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When you create a new dataset, there is yellow flag on the first line to show that the system does not recognize it. As you remove and add sources, the system automatically recognizes available datasets and the flag turns green if you recreate a dataset that is already accessible.

In the case of identical datasets, a radio button shows the dataset that the system will use as the source for the ensuing operations. You can change this information by selecting the appropriate radio button. The first line of information highlights the dataset you are working on with a green flag link = if the dataset is original, a yellow one link = if it has been modified, or the dataset name and a 'note' button link = if comments are active for this dataset. The list of sources making up the current dataset are in a frame that can be opened or closed. You can invert the source selection via the link =. Each source provides a checkbox (checked by default), the internal source identifier, the author, the year, the name of the language and the number of records for this source. Finally, if the dataset has been saved with a comment, you can find it underneath the batch of sources.


Dataset toolbar
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The options on this toolbar can apply either to the individual elements (i.e. the checked sources), or to the entity formed by these sources (i.e. the dataset).

icon view.png This button works only if a dataset has been created. It takes you to the 'Search in' view that provides dataset search tools.
signature button To create a new dataset from the selected sources. You cannot create copies of an existing dataset.
signature button To update an existing dataset that you have created, by modifying the list of sources on the basis of selected sources; also to rename a dataset and add or edit a comment.
signature button Deletes the current dataset.
signature button Clears the current dataset.
signature button Deletes selected items.
signature button Displays information about selected items in Available Data.
signature button Displays the topology corresponding to the selected sources.
signature button Displays the selected sources on a map.
signature button To add a comment on the current dataset, if it is present in the database (green flag) and is not just a creation of Active Elements.

Tools Zone
signature button partie à venir : Moving the user's Manage Comment Toolbar.
Manage Comments: In all tool zones, you can get to the Manage Comments module.
signature button partie à venir : Submit Dataset (Dataset as Natural)
signature button partie à venir : Look for similar Datasets



signature button To be completed
Share Dataset
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