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Each known URI in EOL's data store can have a definition associated with it. On the taxon page or in a search, this definition is displayed in a popup. In that popup is a link which allows the user to see the full glossary of URIs in EOL's data; see_in_data_glossary is the text that appears as that link. It is meant to capture the ability to see this definition in the context of all other definitions.
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Each known URI in EOL's data store can have a definition associated with it. On the taxon page or in a search, this definition is displayed in a popup. In that popup is a link which allows the user to see the full glossary of URIs in EOL's data; see_in_data_glossary is the text that appears as that link. It is meant to capture the ability to see this definition in the context of all other definitions, and is meant to capture the fact that there is a separate 'data glossary' in addition to a more general EOL glossary (which we use for broader biological terms).

Latest revision as of 16:38, 21 March 2014

Each known URI in EOL's data store can have a definition associated with it. On the taxon page or in a search, this definition is displayed in a popup. In that popup is a link which allows the user to see the full glossary of URIs in EOL's data; see_in_data_glossary is the text that appears as that link. It is meant to capture the ability to see this definition in the context of all other definitions, and is meant to capture the fact that there is a separate 'data glossary' in addition to a more general EOL glossary (which we use for broader biological terms).