Naslednji trije parametri so namenjeni OMIM, MedlinePlus in eMedicine. Nič ni narobe, če jih pustite prazne, če pa jih želite izpolniti, lahko včasih najdete strani s klikom na "specific web sites" v DiseaseDatabase. Druga možnost je uporaba sledečih povezav za neposredno iskanje OMIM, MedlinePlus in eMedicine. Ne vnesite v parameter celotnega URL naslov, ampak samo številko na koncu. Za eMedicine sta mogoča dva postopka. Starejši način, iz tega izhaja ime parametra, ima dve polji - vstavi število na koncu v "eMedicineTopic", in vstavi abecedno kodo (kot je na primer "nevro" ali "orthoped"), ki je pred njim v "eMedicineSubj" parameter. Sedanje spletne strani eMedicine danes uporabljajo stalen 'article' prostor z 'article number'. Zato prosimo, da uporabljate: ...
The US National Institute of Health's MedlinePlus lists medical conditions for which EPA (alone or in concert with other ω-3 sources) is known or thought to be an effective treatment.[12] Most of these involve its ability to lower inflammation. Intake of large doses (2.0 to 4.0 g/day) of long-chain omega-3 fatty acids as prescription drugs or dietary supplements are generally required to achieve significant (, 15%) lowering of triglycerides, and at those doses the effects can be significant (from 20% to 35% and even up to 45% in individuals with levels greater that 500 mg/dL). It appears that both EPA and DHA lower triglycerides, however DHA appears to raise low-density lipoprotein (the variant which drives atherosclerosis; sometimes inaccurately called: "bad cholesterol") and LDL-C values (always only a calculated estimate; not measured by labs from person's blood sample for technical and cost reasons), while EPA does not. The big difference between fish oil dietary supplement and prescription ...
It depends on what teachers accept. Just in case, you shouldn't copy an article word for word. The best policy for all writing is to have more than one source. Wikipedia can be an excellent starting place for further research. Teachers might ask students what they did to validate the information they learned from Wikipedia. Using a comprehensive search engine such as Google or Yahoo!, students can easily compare Wikipedia content with information from other reputable websites. Most Wikipedia articles also contain an "External links" section at the bottom, which often leads to other relevant sites. Students can compare information in Wikipedia with information in other encyclopedias or books in the library. As a general rule, contributors to Wikipedia are encouraged to cite their sources, but, of course, not all do. For the sake of verifiability, it is advisable to cite an article that has listed its sources. Most of our better articles have sections such as "References", "Sources", "Notes", ...
I feel very concerned about (1) this existence of this whole Wikipedia page, and (2) the fact that Jacy's original name and school keep getting removed from it. I am not very tech savvy so please apologize if I'm doing this wrong. I am a member of the public who recently stumbled upon this Wikipedia page. I was startled to see that Jacy had a Wikipedia page at all. Usually Wikipedia pages are for people who are famous, and Jacy is not. But I was even more startled to see that neither Jacy's original name nor his original school appeared on the Wikipedia page about him. That's pretty strange. To me, it seemed like the Wikipedia page was a puff piece designed either to promote Jacy's career, to drown out information about Jacy's past which might otherwise appear when anyone tries to research Jacy online, or both. (I know that the main recommendation given to anyone who wants to stop negative information from appearing about them on Google is to fill up Google with positive or neutral information. ...
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This will be a semester-long assignment, with milestones at various times to help ensure that progress is being made.. Students will be assigned to groups of two or three students each, and each group will have main responsibility for one Wikipedia article, and will act as a peer reviewer for one other group's article. The goal of the assignment is to make a substantive contribution to a Wikipedia article on a topic of Molecular Biology. Each group will choose an article that's in need of work, and your goal is to improve upon the article, within the timeframe of this semester.. Group members should, as much as possible, help each other out with questions about how to do things on Wikipedia. You should strive to communicate the Wikipedia way -- on user talk pages; but (especially before Unit 3) you can use the Blackboard discussion forum if you need to. If, as a group, you still have a question or a problem, don't hesitate to contact the Online Ambassador.. ...
Wikipedia has a lot of material to organize; and although the main purpose is the content of articles, most of the pages on Wikipedia are actually organizational and administrative in nature. Just as the title of any document indicates the precise topic that the subject material covers, so an operative page name on Wikipedia indicates which department it serves. A "page name" is just how things work here, to title, link and transclude any page. So in fact most pages on Wikipedia have a page name with the form Namespace:Pagename, where Pagename (without a middle space) is simply the subject, and obviously different to page name (with a middle space). And the Namespace is the department the page belongs to, which are described at Wikipedia:Namespace. Adding a namespace to a page name enables subject material to focus into two different topics, each having its own audience. A topic is a narrowed, or focused, subject. For example, Linking is a subject of two page names, one at Help:Linking, which is ...
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Published in proceedings of *SEM, a computational semantics conference, researchers from the University of North Texas and Ohio University looked into the nature of interlingual links on Wikipedia, both reviewing the quality of existing links and exploring possibilities for automatic link discovery.[3] The researchers took the directed graph of interlingual links on Wikipedia and used the lens of set-theoretic operations to structure an evaluation of existing links, to build a system for automatic link creation. For example, they suggest that the properties of symmetry and transitivity should hold for the relation of interlingual linking. This means that if there is an interlingual link from language A to B, there should also be a link from B to A, and if there is a link from language A to B, and language B to C, then there should be a link from language A to C. (This assumption is routinely made by the many existing Interwiki bots.) They further refine the notion of transitivity, by grouping ...
These Featured articles have been identified as among the best articles produced by the Wikipedia community. They have not necessarily been improved to Featured Status by this WikiProject. These articles may be chosen as "Article of the month" or "Personality of the month" on the France portal. The Featured images are chosen by the Wikipedia community because they are beautiful, shocking, impressive, and/or informative. France-related featured pictures can be found at Wikipedia:WikiProject France/Gallery. Note: This list includes images from Commons. A Featured topic is a collection of inter-related articles that are of a good quality (though are not necessarily featured articles). A featured topic represents Wikipedia's best work by thoroughly covering all parts of that topic through several high-quality articles that share a similar structure and are well-linked with each other. ...
simpleshow is an organization which produces explainer videos. The company has launched a free online tool at mysimpleshow.com which enables anyone to create explainer videos based on a storyline template, user created text, and automated visualization support. The result is an explainer video ready for use in the respective Wikipedia article. The goal of this project is to provide Wikipedians with a simple to use tool in an attempt to promote high-quality video content in Wikipedia articles. In order to get started and evaluate process and tool needs, the project has created 50 videos in a half-automated process about randomly chosen Wikipedia articles, which are now available for editing. The workflow looks as follows: ...
It's daunting to have to choose a favourite from such an excellent list. Wehwalt's Liberty Head nickel stands out, as his always do, for the quality of the writing and research. Ucucha's Lavanify, the story of two very old teeth, is fascinating. J Milburn's Dustbin Baby (film) has made me want to see the film, and it's the kind of article people love Wikipedia for: you watch the film then want to know who's who, and who said what, and there it all is, courtesy of a kind Wikipedian. SpinningSpark's Mechanical filter is another example of an article people will be grateful for, as is Dank and Sturmvogel 66's article about HMS Indefatigable (1909), on which 1,015 men died in 1916 when she was blown up in the North Sea. But the one I enjoyed most, just at a personal level, was Susanne2009NYC's The Story of Miss Moppet. Susanne's done some great work for Wikipedia on Beatrix Potter's books, including several GAs. I love the writing, the illustrations, the background details-and especially the ...
The featured lists are what we believe to be the best lists in Wikipedia. Before being listed here, lists are reviewed as featured list candidates for usefulness, completeness, accuracy, neutrality, style and prose according to our featured list criteria.. At present, there are 3,273 featured lists. For the latest featured lists, see this month's featured log. Lists that no longer meet the criteria can be proposed for removal by being listed at Wikipedia:Featured list removal candidates.. The titles of many lists have been modified on this page for conciseness. ...