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TypeCraft uses the Infobox books to provide metadata information for TCwiki pages in the Category:Interlinear Glossed Text from Linguistic Research. In the template below you see which parameters you can add to this template.


| name             = 
| image            = <!-- include the picture file and determine the size; e.g.: [[File:Example.jpg|200px|Cover]] -->
| image_caption    = 


  • name Title of the article or book that the Interlinear Glossed Text (IGT) was taken from. If this parameter is left blank, the title will be inherited from page title.
  • image' Image (might be this is important for rare sources). Load the picture to the TypeCraft wiki and create an internal link to the picture [[Image: example.jpg|200px|Cover]]
  • image_captionImage caption (should describe the edition used)
  • typeType refers to different forms of publications: Possible entries are: [in-book|book|article|proceedings|manuscript|PhD-thesis]]
  • author Author of the publication
  • translator Translator of the original text
  • editor= name of the editor
  • pub_title=name of the publication that contains the article
  • journal=name of the paper or online journal that contains the article
  • publisher=name of the publisher of the book, or the book or journal, that contains the article
  • pub_date=data of the 1edition
  • pages= for example: p.34-123
  • volume=volume may apply to a series of books or a journal
  • country=country of publication
  • isbn=isbn number for example: "ISBN xxxxxxxxx" (prefer 1st edition)
  • oclc=OCLC
  • dewey=[1]
  • congress=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Library_of_Congress_Classification
  • annotator=name of the Tc annotator who has added additional layers of linguistic annotation
  • corpus=link to the TypeCraft corpus of Interlinear Glossed Text
  • language=language of the original
  • series= series if any
  • subject= linguistic characterisation of the phenomenon treated in the publication
  • framework= linguistic framework
  • available_at=for example URL
  • media_type= [paper|on-line|remarks about physical property of the publication (if any)]
  • preceded_by=title of a publication which treated the same phenomenon in the same language prior to the present publication
  • followed_by=title of a publication which treated the same phenomenon in the same language subsequently to the present publication