The AvantVocabulary plugin provides support for the Digital Archive's Common Vocabulary feature.
AvantVocabulary has these configuration options:
- Delete Tables
- WARNING: Checking this option will cause all vocabulary database tables and data to be permanently deleted if you uninstall this plugin. Do not check this box unless you are certain that in the future you will not be using vocabulary data that you created while using this plugin . If you are just experimenting with the plugin, leave the box unchecked. If you decide not to use the plugin, check the box, Save Changes, and then uninstall the plugin.
See also the documentation for installing AvantVocabulary.
The AvantVocabulary plugin requires that the AvantElasticsearch plugin be installed and activated.
The plugin acquires its vocabulary data from a CSV file located at
https://digitalarchive.us/vocabulary/digital-archive-vocabulary.csv. The file is subject to change without notice. You may want to modify your copy of the plugin to read the vocabulary from a local CSV file that you can maintain yourself. You could do that by editing the
buildCommonTermsTable method in
To install the AvantVocabulary plugin, follow these steps:
- First install and activate the AvantElasticsearch plugin.
- Download the latest release from https://github.com/gsoules/AvantVocabulary
AvantVocabulary-master.zipinto your Omeka
- Rename the folder to
- Activate the plugin from the Omeka
Use this software at your own risk.
This plugin is published under [GNU/GPL].
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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