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just testing

Maps

 GeoDate
"Date" is a type and predefined property provided by Semantic MediaWiki to represent date values.
Place
Avenue Rogier 67#Temporary_storage50° 51' 35", 4° 22' 29"1981Avenue Rogier 67
Chaussée d'Etterbeek 180#Google_Belgium50° 50' 21", 4° 22' 52"2009Chaussée d'Etterbeek 180
Chaussée de Louvain 969#Les_Amis_du_Mundaneum50° 51' 34", 4° 24' 59"1972Chaussée de Louvain 969
Cimetière d'Ixelles#Grave_of_Paul_Otlet50° 48' 55", 4° 23' 37"1944Cimetière d'Ixelles
Koning Albert II-laan 28-30#World_Trade_Center_(WTC)50° 51' 43", 4° 21' 26"2015Koning Albert II-laan 28-30
Parc Leopold - Avenue du Maelbeek 3#Anatomical_theatre50° 50' 16", 4° 22' 48"1941Parc Leopold - Avenue du Maelbeek 3
Parc du Cinquantenaire 11#Palais_Mondial50° 50' 23", 4° 23' 39"1914Parc du Cinquantenaire 11
Place Rogier#Metro_Rogier_-250° 51' 35", 4° 22' 29"1981Place Rogier
Rue Fetis 44#Home_of_Paul_Otlet50° 50' 3", 4° 23' 14"1934Rue Fetis 44
Rue Otlet#Rue_Otlet50° 50' 34", 4° 20' 6"Rue Otlet
Rue Piers 101#Imprimerie_Van_Keerberghen50° 51' 31", 4° 20' 15"1934Rue Piers 101
Rue du Musée 1#Office_Central_de_Documentation_pour_les_Questions_Concernant_la_Femme50° 50' 32", 4° 21' 30"1909Rue du Musée 1
Square Vergote#Home_of_Henri_Lafontaine_and_Mathilde_Lhoest50° 50' 46", 4° 24' 11"Square Vergote


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Math

MW Feature map

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Une lecture-écriture du livre sur le livre.

Category:Index_Traité_de_documentation

User:Acastro/test-author

User:Acastro/test-Person


navigating SMW

All properties

Semantic Search

ideas for a map

Asking what pages under category Publication have authors seems quite dull. I'd like to create maps that explore the "link" of each page, and connect pages based on these "links". Use the links, the relational structures between content, to tell stories.

What is it that I exactly call "links"? Maybe I need to think of examples:

  • for instances the pyramid. I want to see what pages refer to the pyramid, and draw its map.

While writing an text, an author can say [[subject::pyramid]]

  • a timeline
|-
| [[date::1944]]
|| Death of [[Paul Otlet]]. He is buried in [[Cimetière d'Ixelles|Etterbeek cemetery]].
|| EVENT
|| CITY
|-
    • why is the date the only semantic property and Cimetière d'Ixelles does not appear as [[Place::Cimetière d'Ixelles]]??
    • if [[Place::Cimetière d'Ixelles]], when searching for that place, we would be pointed to that place in the timeline.
    • in that way we could correlate Date and Place
  • A Date based index
  • A Place based index
Facts about "Acastro"
PlaceCimetière d'Ixelles +
SubjectPyramid +
Date
"Date" is a type and predefined property provided by Semantic MediaWiki to represent date values.
1944 +