The Descriptive Properties Section of the References Chapter contains properties used to identify and characterize reference entities. The section contains three fields: title field; authors field; keywords field.
The reference Title field contains the title of the current reference. Its value can be a text string of any length.
The titles of the references provided by Molecular Knowledge Systems are in title case, i.e., the first word and all other major words in the title are capitalized and all other words are in lowercase.
You edit the Title field like other text fields. Clicking the left mouse button on the field's value control activates the edit dialog. See the documentation for the Text Edit dialog for editing details.
The Authors field lists the current reference's authors. The authors provided by Molecular Knowledge Systems are in First Name - Middle Name(s) - Last Name format.
You edit the Title field like other text fields. Clicking the left mouse button on the field's value control activates the edit dialog. See the documentation for the Texts Edit dialog for editing details.
The Keywords field lists the keywords of the current reference. Cranium and Synapse compile reference keywords (see documentation on the Compile Reference Keywords Dialog) to help find references on specific topics.
Although keywords may be any text string, we recommend using a consistent set of values to facilitate compilation. This consistency is aided by the s authors. The Keywords edit dialog which lists many common keywords. For example, the following table lists some keywords:
|Equation of State
|LD50 Skin, Rat
See documentation on the Reference Keywords Dialog for details.
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|the references chapter manages information about the references used to document the source of data used throughout Cranium and Synapse.