Changeset 30003 for documentation/trunk

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02.07.2015 19:06:54 (4 years ago)
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ak19
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Corrections to the Images-GPS tutorial, even though it's still commented out. Still need to find a good location to put this GS3 tutorial, but have now gone through it to confirm it still works for the upcoming GS3 release.

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    790 <Text id="images-gps-4">Preview the collection and click the <b>Titles</b> tab. This is what an image collection looks like by default. However, these images have embedded GPS metadata, and we can use this extracted GPS metadata to display these images more meaningfully. In the <b>Enrich</b> panel, expand the <b>eiffel-tower</b> folder and select the first image. Scroll down to see the metadata extracted during the building process. Among the extracted metadta, you will  find several pieces of Latitude and Longitude metadata, which will will be taking advantage of: ex.LatShort, ex.Latitude, ex.LngShort and ex.Longitude. Greenstone has a map view that can make use of this location metadata to present the images.</Text> 
     790<Text id="images-gps-4">Preview the collection and click the <b>Titles</b> tab. This is what an image collection looks like by default. However, these images have embedded GPS metadata, and we can use this extracted GPS metadata to display these images more meaningfully. In the <b>Enrich</b> panel, expand the <b>eiffel-tower</b> folder and select the first image. Scroll down to see the metadata extracted during the building process. Among the extracted metadta, you will find several pieces of Latitude and Longitude metadata, which we will be taking advantage of: ex.LatShort, ex.Latitude, ex.LngShort and ex.Longitude. Greenstone has a map view that can make use of this location metadata to present the images.</Text> 
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    796 <Text id="images-gps-7">In the <b>Browsing Classifiers</b> section, choose <b>AZCompactList</b> from the <b>select classifier to add</b> dropdown box and press <b>Add Classifier...</b>. In the configuration dialog that appears, set the metadata field to <b>dc.Title</b> to create a classifier that groups all images under Eiffel Tower into one bookshelf and similarly creates bookshelves for the other 3 categories.</Text>  
     796<Text id="images-gps-7">In the <b>Browsing Classifiers</b> section, choose <b>AZCompactList</b> from the <b>select classifier to add</b> dropdown box and press <b>Add Classifier...</b>. In the configuration dialog that appears, set the metadata field to <b>dc.Title</b> and set the buttonname field to <Format>location</Format>. This will create a classifier labelled <Format>location</Format> that groups all images under Eiffel Tower into one bookshelf and similarly creates bookshelves for the other 3 categories.</Text>  
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    806 <Text id="images-gps-10">Since we've only made changes in the Format tab, we don't need to re-build the collection to see these changes in effect. Press the <b>Preview Collection</b> button and select the browsing classifier. The page that opens up shows a Google map, with the locations of the images in the collection pinpointed on it. The map view can also scroll through all the images, locating each place and associated image in turn.</Text>  
     806<Text id="images-gps-10">Go to the <b>Create</b> panel and rebuild the collection. Once rebuilt, press the <b>Preview Collection</b> button, and click on the new browsing classifier. The page that opens up shows a Google map, with the locations of the images in the collection pinpointed on it. The map view can also scroll through all the images, locating each place and associated image in turn.</Text>  
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