|Conceptual model of Omeka tables||mdworak||2/1/12 7:51 AM|
Hi, all. My colleague and I are beginners when it comes to programming
languages and databases, and we're working a project that will display
metadata on small press serials publications. (The prototype we built
for our Database Systems class is here: http://dynamic.slis.uiowa.edu/mdworak/lmdb/.)
We're trying to see if we can create something similar through Omeka
(which already has the Dublin Core standards we want to use) or
Wordpress (which is a simpler system for us n00bs).
Part of our class was about the conceptual models that lay the
groundwork for our prototype, and I was wondering if Omeka has any
diagrams drawn up about how its database entities relate to one
another. I am able to see Omeka tables in PHPMyAdmin but am still new
to that tool, as well, and I haven't been able to use the diagram view
The big dream is to develop a tabular data display plugin (see
the forum where we found a WP plugin and http://www.ecologicalevolution.org/publications/
for how the plugin displays). Seeing a conceptual model will help us
get a grasp on how the database works.
I look forward to hearing from one of you! I'm very optimistic about
what Omeka can do.
|Re: [omeka-dev] Conceptual model of Omeka tables||Jim Safley||2/1/12 8:20 AM|
Here's an informal database diagram I whipped up several months ago:
It doesn't follow the layout of a typical ERD, but it does give a
|Re: Conceptual model of Omeka tables||mdworak||2/2/12 5:09 PM|
Thank you so much! I'll have to spend some time studying it over, but
this helps a great deal.
> On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 10:51 AM, mdworak <melody.dwo...@gmail.com> wrote:> > the forum where we found a WP plugin andhttp://www.ecologicalevolution.org/publications/