The Knowlative Database is organized in Categories. To understand it and use it easily we advise you to familiarize a little bit with them. Here you can find some insight on how this system works and why we decided to adopt this solution.
We decided to create a specific “shape” for every kind of content to keep also the relations between different contents meaningful. Every content type (we call it a “Unit of Knowledge” or “U-oK”) has its features and requirements. Every category has its own visual format and some specific data so that you can find everything easily in the description.
See the specific content post to discover the features of every U-oK! These are, at the present, our #categories:
See the specific Tutorial posts on how to create a new Unit of Knowledge if you seek information on how to edit Knowledge:
|Edit an acupoint||Edit a frequency||Edit a muscletest|
|Edit an author||Edit a group||Edit a reference|
|Edit a digitalmode||Edit a meridian||Edit a technique|
|Edit a format||Edit a muscle||Edit a vocabulary definition|
We decided to build specific categories for our contents and not just tags to improve the usability of the Database. With different views for every category you can find every type of information easily.
With different categories, the links between objects in the database are meaningful “informed” links, not just simple hyperlinks.
For example, keeping Acupressure points and Techniques in different containers, we can automatically see which Acupoints are used in a Technique and what Techniques use that particular Acupoint.
With clear relations between the “objects” of our database we provide a clear knowledge “tree” making the fruition of knowledge easy. This feature is now available in #groups.
Meanwhile all relationships between different database “objects” are simple to analyze, allowing us to create meaningful statistics (when the “Work” release will be online).
You can search our knowledge using the search bar in the “Home” page of the webApp or browse the contents from the “Knowledge” page.