A quick introduction to the site is presented in the document in a few sections. If your questions are not answered, then do not hesitate to write to us either using the contact link on the top right page, or better write to email@example.com mailing list where you can discuss with other users of the site.
Where to start?
You can start by searching for some node in the top right search field. For example type: energy. You will see a list of matches with four kinds of links for each node. Each of the links give you different views of the selected node.
If you click on the title it will take the default (Neighbourhood) view. If you are interested in the learning sequence you should try either roadMap, roadAheadMap or depMap views.
Taking the selected node a hyper linked graph of the node's links to the neighbourhood nodes will be shown. This will also provide a simple description of what the node is. How comprehensive the node's description is depends on how much of the node is described by using relations and attributes.
The map that shows the learning sequence to the selected node as the learning objective.
This map show what other things could one learn having reached the node.
This map is a combination of both the roadMap and roadAheadMap.
Editing the nodes
Adding multiple dependency links at the same time
How to suggest new relations and attributes?
How to join the community of users?
How to contribute to the development of this site?
- join the room firstname.lastname@example.org to talk to other developers.
- join the mailing list email@example.com at http://gnowledge.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/atlas-dev
- see our code at svn co https://svn.gnowledge.org/svn/repo/labcode/atlasv2/atlas
The site uses GNOWSYS (Gnowledge Networking and Organizing System) as a backend. GNOWSYS uses gnowql (gnowledge query library) as API. Some documentation about how you can learn gnowql is available here.