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Chenhall Nomenclature (3.0 or 4.0)

Please help I am evaluating CA for museum collection. Is there an easy way to use/incorporate Chenhall Nomenclature 3.0 or 4.0 within CollectiveAccess Providence? If so how is it done? Thank You

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  • Yes. You can load the exist the standard nomenclature file. Note that the current release only supports the older (not free) file format. The development version (which you can grab on GitHub) supports the free version distributed at https://www.nomenclature.info

  • I should also note that once the nomenclature.info releases a SPARQL endpoint, we'll integrate support for that, which would allow you to catalogue with a "live" version of the nomenclature – and you'd not have to load a big data file into your database.

  • What am I looking for on Github? Development version? What is the name of the development version I am looking for? There is too much in Github to brouse. Sorry for questions. THANK YOU for help and direction. V.Slusar

  • What am I looking for on Github? Development version? What is the name of the development version I am looking for? There is too much in Github to brouse. Sorry for questions. THANK YOU for help and direction. V.Slusar

  • If you are installing from the command line you can simply alter this command:

    git clone https://github.com/collectiveaccess/providence.git providence

    to read

    git clone -b develop https://github.com/collectiveaccess/providence.git providence

    Or on GitHub, you should see a drop down button for branches which looks like a circuit splitting, select develop and then pick the green drop down menu labeled "Code" on the right side which will allow you to download the zip files.

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