Categories is a concept that helps users to find relevant information and navigate on the site.
Preferably, each page should be assigned one or more categories. The original author of a page can do this, but also others can step in and help later. Thus, the founder of the site will from time to time check whether categories are assigned.
You will get an idea about the usefulness of categories by inspecting the Categories page. It provides a structured way to access any page that has been categorised.
Code lines used when assigning categories
At the bottom of each (categorised) page you will find a link to the Categories page. The Categories page shows you an up-to-date list of all categories that are currently used in the Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling Wiki.
As author of a page you will need to add one or more lines of code at the bottom of your page in order to assign a category to that page. In order to help you in this process, here is a list of the exact code to be inserted for the various categories in the Atmospheric Dispersion Wiki. The list below may not be entirely up-to-date, as it has to be maintained manually.
A suggested way to use the list is the following: Open two browser windows: One with this page (as it is); the other with the page you are editing, in edit mode. Use Copy/Paste to copy lines from this page to the editing window displaying your own page.
- [[Category:Collaborative network]]
- [[Category:Data set]]
- [[Category:Dispersion model]]
- [[Category:How to use the wiki]]
- [[Category:Model evaluation]]
- [[Category:Pet topic]]
- [[Category:Supplementary Information]]
- [[Category:Technical Articles List]]
- [[Category:User communities]]