Graphical User Interface for Semantic MediaWiki – Product data management at a paper machine
|SMWCon Fall 2016|
|Graphical User Interface for Semantic MediaWiki - Product data management at a paper machine|
|Description:||This talk will provide an insight into product data management via a graphical user interface using Semantic MediaWiki.|
|Event start:||2016/09/30 14:50:00|
|Event finish:||2016/09/30 15:10:00|
|Keywords:||skin, graphical user interface, data management|
Introduction of a graphical user interface. This interface uses Semantic MediaWiki as source database. I will show a live demo of an existing system. Also included are powerful search features which can be used intuitively.
The use case was to store incidents who occur at the machine and to give hints whether there was a similar incident before.
In the center of the application is a paper machine. In the live demo you will see there will be some components you can click on an get further details. These parts of the paper machine are always framed by red color. The incidents are in green and there is also a knowledge base in blue. On the left side are the possibilities to change and filter the search results. On the right side there is a list of all components and you can see which are selected.
The components can be selected simply by clicking on them. For users who love to type can also use the fields on the left side. You can select one or some components and choose whether you want a logical AND or OR search.
The second screen show the search results in green. Here you can look at the details of the results and you can also mark some results to display only these in the further steps.
You can also overlay the graphic from the first screen and check or manipulate the marked components. This is possible in every further screen in the application.
At the third screen the details of the entries are shown. As usually in MediaWiki multimedia-based information can be stored within these entries.
Every state allows to jump directly into the information of the components or the incidents. So you can update all parts of the machine if something changes.
Questions? Contact: robert.radke(ät)data-farms.com