Reconstruction : vue search in dataset/en

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This view lets you search records in the dataset sources. By default, it displays the query module in the Explorer zone, the list of existing series on this dataset in Available Elements and the active series in Active Elements.



Explorer zone
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At the top, there is a reminder of the information about the dataset you are working on.

The scrolldown menu lets you choose which record information the filter will be applied to.

signature button partie à compléter : options

The check box permits a logical inversion of the filter. In the example, records from the search result must include the character string 'avaler' (swallow) in the 'unified translation' field and, if the [not] box is checked, all the records that do not contain this string.

The [reg] box specifies whether the filter uses a Regular Expression or not.

The search is performed when you click the Find button and appears in Available Elements.

The search can be limited to a subset of sources by unchecking the box in front of it in the sources table (you can quickly reverse selection by clicking this button Arrow_switch.png.

A table showing the fields to be displayed in the response table is available in the language table.

signature button partie à venir : soon, the query module will be extended to let you combine multiple search criteria in the form of a search and/or filter extension.



Available Elements Zone


List of the dataset sets
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Each lexical set of the dataset is represented on a line. By default, the display is limited to your own sets and the records that make up these sets are hidden (you can display the records of a set by clicking on this button Cadre_open.png at the end of the line). You can change the display modes via the 'All Sets' link to display the sets of all the users, and the 'Open All' link to view the records of all the sets. You can add all the files of a set to Active Elements by clicking the cart Cart_add.png. The green dot after the name of a set shows whether there is an alignment for this set.


Query Results
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The query results are also displayed in this part of the interface. In the same way as you can redo a search, you can redisplay the list of series on the dataset by clicking on the [Box] Box.png . The format of the records is fairly similar to that of the sources: an 'all' button to add everything in Active Elements, and a [star] signature button to send them one by one.

The principle of lexical set (cognate set) creation is based on the uniqueness of the records: a record can be in only one lexical set. To help you comply with this choice, the last column shows (if need be) the name of the series that the record is currently in. Clicking on the series name will add all the records which belong to it to Active Elements. The SOU column gives the textual information (language name) and the color of the source that this record has been extracted from. You can access information about the record by clicking on the language name (the SOU column). If the pdf is available, it is displayed, and a [comments] button Comments.png lets you add a comment to the record.

Note: The COD and UFC columns let you replace fields of the search form by clicking on an item on one of the lines. By doing this, you can expand a successful search to include related objects.




Active Elements
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The records selected via a dataset search or in series are displayed here. If the starting component (ie the first element added to Active Elements) is a series, you will find information about this series on the first line, and flags show its status (green if it is identical to the original yellow if it has been changed).

The [switch] button signature button lets you invert the record selection, and the check boxes determine the elements on which toolbar operations will be applied. As in Available Elements, the SOU column gives you access to comments and pdfs on records, and some columns let you replace the form fields to do a new search. As for a series with a alignment, the alignment is displayed below the information on records that make up the series.




Cognate Set ToolBar
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Align.png [align] Skips to Alignment view in the current series.
signature button [new] Saves the list of files in a series. To move files between series and to delete series go to Available Elements (see next section 'Split & merge').
signature button [update] Changes the series name, and the associated comment.
signature button [delete] Deletes a series, and any correspondence series defined on it.
signature button [bin] empties Active Elements.
signature button [caddy_remove] Removes selected records from Active Elements.
signature button [info] Displays information about the selected records.
signature button [tree] Displays selected records on the language tree.
signature button [map] Displays language on the map.
signature button [comments] To place a comment on the current series.




signature button partie à compléter
Split & Merge

[Interface to remake and integrate the site]



Tools Zone

These tools are tools that apply to only one dataset. This is why they are here rather than in the Datasets view.

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  • Vowel Count: Lets you count the vowels by source on a dataset. Clicking on a vowel lets you do a quick search via the search form.
  • Consonant Count
  • Diacritics Count
signature button partie à venir : by clicking on the number of occurrences in one cell, the search form will be restricted to the source of the column.


signature button partie à venir  : * Clusterize



Language : fr