Legenda


Paths

Complete sequential path through the modular article

To consult all modules in a modular article, follow the complete sequential path by . Click the icons, to go to respectively the previous module and the next module along this path:
[Step back on the COMPLETE sequential path] [Next step on the COMPLETE sequential path]
Start the complete sequential path through modularised article A08 at the module Meta-information A08m1.

Essay-type sequential path through the modular article

Follow the essay-type sequential path to consult the modules in the most "readable" sequence. This path avoids redundant summaries, as well as modules that are less suitable when reading the article as a whole, such as lists of index terms (e.g. A08-m1b) and raw data (if any). Click the icons, to go to respectively the previous module and the next module along this path:
[Step back on the COMPLETE sequential path] [Next step on the COMPLETE sequential path]
Start the essay-type sequential path through modularised article A08 at the module Meta-information A08m1 or at the Abstract A08m1d.

Consulting the modules non-sequentially

You can consult the modules non-sequentially, by the following means:
  1. Follow the links representing various organisational and scientific discourse relations, made explicit in the `body' of the modules themselves, i.e. in the text, the figures, the tables or any other representation format. You can make the label of a link visible in a `flag' by putting the mouse on the icon. You can activite the link by clicking on the icon. Example: [particulars on the measurements in the Experimental methods module (link type: 'depends on/essay-back'; target: A08-m3a)]
  2. Follow the links listed in the navigation menu associated to the module. (Example).
  3. In the Map of contents, click on the module that you are interested in. (Example).

Paths through the comments

You can follow a complete or essay-type sequential path through the comments on the modules, by means of back and next buttons: [Step back on the COMPLETE sequential path] [Next step on the COMPLETE sequential path][Step back on the COMPLETE sequential path] [Next step on the COMPLETE sequential path].
From the comments on a module, you can go to the module itself by the link provided at the top. (Example)
Start the complete sequential path through the comments on modularised article A08 at the comments on the Meta-information A08m1.

Windows

For the following, we use seperate windows:
  1. The start of the demo is presented in the basic window
  2. The modules themselves
  3. The characterisations of the modules
  4. The naviation menus of the modules
  5. The map of contents
  6. The comments on the modules
  7. The legenda

Navigation panel

At the left hand side of each module, there is a `navigation panel', providing the following links:

[Comments] = A link to my comments on the module, concerning the modularisation process leading to the module and/or the module itself.
Clicking activates a separate 'comments' window.
[Legenda] = A link to this legenda.
Clicking activates a separate 'legenda' window.
[Show the characterisation of the module] = A link to the characterisation of the module.
Clicking the icon activates a separate 'label' window.
[To the Map of contents] = A link to the `map of contents', providing an overview of the article.
Clicking the icon activates a separate `map' window.
The map of contents is clickable and provides access to the modules drawn in the map.
[Show the navigation menu of the module] = A link to the naviation menu in which all links FROM the module at hand to other modules , as well as all links referring TO this module are listed.
Clicking the icon activates a separate `menu' window.
The menu is clickable and provides access to the modules it mentions.
[Next step on the ESSAY-TYPE sequential path: to the module Central problem (link type: ESSAY-NEXT/sq-next; target: A08-m2b)] Next step on the ESSAY-TYPE sequential path.
Click to follow the more `readable' reading path (within the same window).
[Step back on the ESSAY-TYPE sequential path to the module Meta-information (link type: ESSAY-BACK/To meta-information; target: A08-m1d)] = Step back on the ESSAY-TYPE sequential path.
Click to take a step back (within the same window).
[Next step on the COMPLETE sequential path: to the module Acknowledgements (link type: SQ-NEXT/essay-next; target: A08-m2b)] = Next step on the COMPLETE sequential path.
Click to follow the reading path that passes through each module (within the same window).
[Step back on the COMPLETE sequential path to the module Positioning (link type: SQ-BACK/is part of; target: A08-m2)] = Step back on the COMPLETE sequential path.
Click to go take a step back (within the same window).

Colour codes

Range

The window of a microscopic module
The window of a mesoscopic module
The window of a macroscopic module

Conceptual function

The navigationbar of the modules Link expressing proximity relation and type of target
Same article Same project External
Complex module Meta-information m1
Constituent modules Meta-information m1
Positioning m2
Situation m2a
Central problem m2b
Methods m3
Experimental Methods m3a
Theoretical Methods m3c
Results m4
Treated results m4
Interpretation m5
Qualitative interpretation m5a
Quantitative interpretation m5b
Outcome m6
Findings m6a
Leads for further research m6b

Other icons for the links

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Communicative function: [About the link (link type: i/j; target: A0xmy)] = elucidation
[About the link (link type: i/j; target: A0xmy)] = is clarified in [About the link (link type: i/j; target: A0xmy)] = clarifies
[About the link (link type: i/j; target: A0xmy)] = argumentation
Content: = input = output
[About the link (link type: i/j; target: A0xmy)] = is elaborated in [About the link (link type: i/j; target: A0xmy)] = is limited in
[About the link (link type: i/j; target: A0xmy)] = is detailed in[About the link (link type: i/j; target: A0xmy)] = is summarised in
[About the link (link type: i/j; target: A0xmy)] = More context in [About the link (link type: i/j; target: A0xmy)] = Focused on in
[About the link (link type: i/j; target: A0xmy)] = similarity
[About the link (link type: i/j; target: A0xmy)] = is aggregated in [About the link (link type: i/j; target: A0xmy)] = is segregated in