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bug #7514

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Change direct and inverse symbol for pro parte synonym and misapplied name relationship types.

Added by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago. Updated over 1 year ago.

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Closed
Priority:
Highest
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cdm
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100%

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Description

To have a consistent reading we need the current symbol to be the invers symbol as we show usually the inverse relationship on a taxon page.

E.g. Accepted Taxon X has pro parte synonym Y (which is the inverse relationship)

see also #7656


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Related to EDIT - feature request #7417: Make pro parte and partial synonym relationships always visible in data portalsClosedAndreas Kohlbecker

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Related to EDIT - feature request #8006: Improve labels for taxon relationshipsClosedAndreas Müller

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Related to EDIT - bug #7772: Rename TermBase_inverseRepresentation to DefinedTermBase_InverseRepresentationClosedAndreas Müller

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Has duplicate EDIT - bug #7656: Adapt inverse symbol for MisappliedName relationship typeDuplicateAndreas Müller

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Copied to EDIT - feature request #9770: Discuss symbols for (inverse) misapplications and pro parte synonymsNewAndreas Müller

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Actions #1

Updated by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago

  • Related to feature request #7417: Make pro parte and partial synonym relationships always visible in data portals added
Actions #2

Updated by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago

For misapplied names (we may think about using a larger dash, also maybe change idInVocabulary)

UPDATE DefinedTermBase 
SET symbol='––' , inverseSymbol = '-'
WHERE  uuid= '1ed87175-59dd-437e-959e-0d71583d8417';

UPDATE DefinedTermBase 
SET symbol='––(p.p.)' , inverseSymbol = '-(p.p.)'
WHERE  uuid= 'b59b4bd2-11ff-45d1-bae2-146efdeee206';

UPDATE DefinedTermBase 
SET symbol='––(part.)' , inverseSymbol = '-(part.)'
WHERE  uuid= '859fb615-b0e8-440b-866e-8a19f493cd36';
Actions #3

Updated by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago

  • Status changed from New to In Progress
  • Priority changed from New to Highest
  • Severity changed from normal to critical

Critical because in use already

Actions #4

Updated by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago

  • % Done changed from 0 to 20
Actions #5

Updated by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago

... and for pp Synonyms

UPDATE DefinedTermBase 
SET symbol='⊃p.p.' , inverseSymbol = 'p.p.'
WHERE  uuid= '8a896603-0fa3-44c6-9cd7-df2d8792e577';

UPDATE DefinedTermBase 
SET symbol='⊃part.' , inverseSymbol = 'part.'
WHERE  uuid= '9d7a5e56-973c-474c-b6c3-a1cb00833a3c';
Actions #6

Updated by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago

... and don't forget to adapt csv files.

Actions #7

Updated by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago

  • Has duplicate bug #7656: Adapt inverse symbol for MisappliedName relationship type added
Actions #8

Updated by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago

AM an WGB:

die MANs sollten jetzt auch sichtbar sein und hoffentlich besser formatiert. Ein Problem ist noch, welche Symbole für den Relationstyp verwendet werden sollen. Insbesondere für die Richtung der Relationen, die eher unüblich ist. Z.B. Nepenthes gracillima und N. ramispina:

http://caryophyllales.org/nepenthaceae/cdm_dataportal/taxon/8746d8c3-fa0a-4d6f-9fdb-11b77fb0a8fd
http://caryophyllales.org/nepenthaceae/cdm_dataportal/taxon/152af9db-a539-44c0-8047-f26091a73b9b

N. gracilima ist dabei MAN für ramispina. Das ist auf der N. ramispina Seite auch wie gewöhnlich formattiert und angezeigt. Auf der N. gracilima Seite wird die andere Richtung angezeigt. Ich habe das provisorisch erstmal mit einem doppelten Bindestrich symbolisiert, um nicht zu sehr abzuweichen, aber auch nicht das gleiche Symbol zu verwenden.

Wir bräuchten also Symbole für alle Richtungen für alle 5 Beziehungen MAN, ppMAN, partialMAN, ppSyn, partialSyn.
Derzeit verwenden wir - / --; -(p.p.)/--(p.p.) ; -(part.) / --(part.) ; p.p. / ⊃p.p. ; part. / ⊃part.

Die Symbole sind in der DB gespeichert, können also jederzeit noch angepasst werden. Aber wir sollten sicherlich diskutieren, welche am sinnvollsten sind als default.

Actions #9

Updated by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago

  • Description updated (diff)
Actions #10

Updated by Andreas Müller about 4 years ago

Actions #11

Updated by Andreas Müller about 4 years ago

  • Status changed from In Progress to Resolved
  • % Done changed from 20 to 50
Actions #12

Updated by Andreas Müller almost 4 years ago

  • Related to bug #7772: Rename TermBase_inverseRepresentation to DefinedTermBase_InverseRepresentation added
Actions #13

Updated by Andreas Kohlbecker almost 4 years ago

the test page http://int.e-taxonomy.eu/dataportal/integration/reference/cdm_dataportal/taxon/c6716cee-2039-4ba8-a239-4b1b353f9c84/synonymy provides a "wild" combination of various MANs. Maybe you want to check the output there to see the new symbols in action.

Actions #14

Updated by Andreas Müller over 1 year ago

  • Copied to feature request #9770: Discuss symbols for (inverse) misapplications and pro parte synonyms added
Actions #15

Updated by Andreas Müller over 1 year ago

Andreas Kohlbecker wrote:

the test page http://int.e-taxonomy.eu/dataportal/integration/reference/cdm_dataportal/taxon/c6716cee-2039-4ba8-a239-4b1b353f9c84/synonymy provides a "wild" combination of various MANs. Maybe you want to check the output there to see the new symbols in action.

Thank you for this. Very helpful.
Is there maybe a similar link for (invers) pro parte synonyms or even partial synonyms?

Actions #16

Updated by Andreas Müller over 1 year ago

  • Status changed from Resolved to Closed
  • % Done changed from 50 to 100

The main task of this ticket has been fixed (invert symbols for MAN relationships).

The task to find better symbols has been moved to #9770, so I close this ticket.

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