Help:Tree format

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Tree format
Displays query results as a tree (nested HTML bulleted lists)
Available languages
deenzh-hans
Further Information
Provided by: Semantic Result Formats
Added: 1.7.1
Removed: still supported
Requirements: none
Format name: tree
Enabled by default: 
Indicates whether the result format is enabled by default upon installation of the respective extension.
yes
Authors: Stephan Gambke
Categories: misc
Group:
Table of Contents

↓ INFO ↓

The result format tree, part of the Semantic Result Formats extension, can be used to display the query result as a tree, i.e. as an unordered (bulleted) nested HTML list. This result format is very similar to the result format oltree which is used to format query results as numbered lists instead of bulleted lists.

The format ultree is just an alias of this result format.

Parameters

Parameter Type Default Description
sep text , The separator for values
template text empty The name of a template with which to display the printouts
template arguments text empty Sets how the named arguments are passed to the template
named args yes/no no Name the arguments passed to the template
userparam text empty A value passed into each template call, if a template is used
introtemplate text empty The name of a template to display before the query results, if there are any
outrotemplate text empty The name of a template to display after the query results, if there are any
import-annotation yes/no no Additional annotated data are to be copied during the parsing of a subject
parent text empty The property containing the parent page
root text empty The root page of the tree
start level whole number 1 The start level of the tree, e.g. for integrating it into another tree

Example

A query for this format could look like:

{{#ask:
 [[Category:Place]]
 [[Located in::+]]
 |format=tree
 |parent=Located in
}}

Result:

Other examples

See also

  • TreeAndMenu exetension - a bulleted list produced by this format can be transformed with the TreeAndMenu extension.
  • Help page on inheritance in hierarchies - includes a section on using this format to mimic hierarchical inheritance



This documentation page applies to all SMW versions from 1.7.1 to the most current version.
      Other languages: dezh-hans

Help:Tree format en 1.7.1