CategoryGuidelines

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Author: Hans-Jürgen Schwarz


Categorization of the article

Categories must be allocated to all articles in SaltWiki, comparable to keywords in journals. The system of categories is comparable to a thesaurus. The categories form a "category tree" with subcategories and main categories, such as:

  • Sulfate
    • Gypsum
    • Epsomite

The categorization must occur systematically, so that search results for the same subject heading also show the same results.
Categories are used in SaltWiki for different purposes, for example:

  • The classification of articles within a system of contents
  • The basis for statistical analyses
  • For marking pages for internal purposes
  • The creation of compilations using DynamicPageList


Basic principles

  1. Articles should be allocated to one or more subcategories. For categorization, we always recommend using the current category tree.
  2. Images and other files are allocated to subcategories of the "file" category.
  3. Essentially, a page should not be classified simultaneously in one category and one of its main- or sub-categories. Exceptions to this are described in the description pages of the categories involved.
  4. If you are not confident in properly categorizing an article, we recommend just allocating the article to a suitable main category and leaving the rest to the editor.
  5. New categories must be agreed with the respective editors.

Order of categories

We recommend ordering categories from the particular to the general.

Category descriptions

Each category is given a description page. This page is used to describe the purpose of the category and, in particular, its delimitation criteria from other categories. As one category additionally "conceals" its parent categories, i.e., the rules and conventions to which the higher-level categories are subject cannot directly be seen, we recommend providing a short summary. It is important to find a meaningful category name. More information on the subject of categories can be found in Wikipedia<ref>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Categorization</ref>

Proposal for categorization

At least the following categories must belong to each article in SaltWiki:

  • From at least one of the subject areas: e.g.
  • From the author area: e.g.
  • From the editor area: e.g.
  • From the status area: e.g.

At least the following categories belong to each file in the repository:

  • From at least one of the subject areas: e.g.
  • From the file category, such as:

Categorization by editorial tasks

  • SalzWiki /Toplevel category

Fundamentals

  • Chemistry
    • Chemistry_Fundamentals
      • Salt_mixture
    • Deliquescence_Humidity
  • Mikrobiology
  • Mineralogy
    • Mineralogy_Fundamentals
    • Crystal_Growth
  • Origin _of_Salt
    • Emmissions
  • Decay_mechanisms
  • Physics_Fundamentals
    • Salt_Moisture_Transport
    • Capillary_Transport
    • Diffusion
  • Modelling
    • Salt_Transport_Modelling

Salts

  • Acetate
    • Calciumacetate
    • Calclacite
    • Thecotrichite
  • Carbonate
    • Calcite
    • Dolomite
    • Hydromagnesite
    • Kalicinite
    • Potassium carbonate
    • Potassium carbonate dihydrat
    • Potassium carbonate trihydrat
    • Lansfordite
    • Magnesite
    • Nahcolite
    • Natrite
    • Sodium-Copper-Carbonate
    • Natron
    • Nesquehonite
    • Thermonatrite
    • Trona
  • Chloride
    • Antarcticite
    • Bischofite
    • Halite
    • Sylvite
    • Tachyhydrite
  • Fluoride
    • Fluorite
  • Formate
    • Dashkovaite
    • Formicaite
    • Copperformate
  • Metal Salts
  • Nitrate
    • Niter
    • Nitrammite
    • Nitrocalcite
    • Nitromagnesite
    • Nitronatrite
    • Salmiac
  • Oxalate
    • Weddelite
    • Whewellite
  • Other Salts
  • Sulfate
    • Aphthitalite
    • Arcanite
    • Astrakanite
    • Baryte
    • Bassanite
    • Boussingaultite
    • Darapskite
    • Epsomite
    • Ettringite
    • Gypsum
    • Gorgeyite
    • Hexahydrite
    • Kieserite
    • Mirabilite
    • Sodium-sulphate
    • Pentahydrite
    • Schönite
    • Starkeyite
    • Syngenite
    • Thaumasite
    • Thenardite

Materials:Decay pattern

  • DecayPattern:Other
  • DecayPattern:Ceramics
  • DecayPattern:Glas
  • DecayPattern:Pottery
  • DecayPattern:Metal
  • DecayPattern:Plaster
  • DecayPattern:natural_stone
    • Alveolarweathering
  • DecayPattern:Organic_Materials
  • DecayPattern:Putze
  • DecayPattern:Wall_paintings

Measures

  • Climate regulation
  • Measures_Plaster
  • Measures_mortar
  • Measures_Sludges
  • Planning measures
  • Preventive Conservation
  • Desalination
    • desalination injection_poultice??compress
    • desalination_poultice
    • desalination_electroosmosis
    • desalination_bath
  • Salt conversion
  • Preliminary Examination?? Voruntersuchung
  • Case_Studies
    • Koenigslutter ## each case study has its own category
    • Perleberg
    • Idensen
    • Eilsum
    • Kreuzgang_Hildesheim

Investigation Methods

  • Monitoring
  • Orientating Examination?? Untersuchung
  • Saltanalysis
    • Light microscopy
    • Microchemistry
    • SEM
    • Spectroscopy
    • Photometry
    • Chromatography
    • X-ray diffraction
    • ...
  • Documentation
  • Moisture Measurement
    • Moisture_Measurement_Basics
    • Moisture_Measurement_Methods
      • Gravimetric_method
  • Climate measurement
    • Temperature_Measurement
    • IR thermography
    • Humidity Measurement
  • Determining_fundamental_data

Files

  • Photo
  • Diagram
  • Graphic
    • Logo
  • Analysis
  • Literature
    • Phd-Thesis
    • Journal_Book
  • Fulltext
  • Author
    • Steiger.etal:2001 (each Bibtex-ID is its own category)
    • ...
  • Poster
  • Grey_Literature
    • Report
    • Thesis_BA_MA_Dipl
    • Conference_Proceedings

Other

  • Software
    • Runsalt


  • Administration
    • User
    • Extensions
    • Help
    • Editor
    • Guidelines
    • Status
    • Templates
      • License
    • Overview
  • Author
    • AHeritage
    • AHusen
    • ANicolai
    • ASawdy
    • CBlaeuer
    • EStadlbauer
    • EWendler
    • HJuling
    • HSchwarz
    • HSiedel
    • Hschwarz
    • KLinnow
    • MAuras
    • MSteiger
    • NRiedl
    • RLenz
    • RNiemeyer
    • SBrueggerhoff
    • SLaue
    • SSimon
    • TMueller


  • Status
    • In_progress
    • Review
    • Proved


  • Editor

- each editor has its own category

    • R-AHeritage
    • R-ANicolai
    • R-CBlaeuer
    • R-HJuling
    • R-HRömich
    • R-HSchwarz
    • R-HSiedel
    • R-MAuras
    • R-MSteiger
    • R-RLenz
    • R-SBrueggerhoff
    • R-SLaue


Weblinks

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