Use Special:SemanticMediaWikiGraph to get a graph view of a particular page.
You need to click on the down arrow in the combo box to select a page to view, and then click Submit. It makes the most sense to choose one of the Research Schemes as the starting view point. These are listed below.
Research schemes list
An experiment involving data value chains and the use of personal information for marketing purposes, Assessing programming by written exams, Awareness of the Internet, Citizen science and learning analytics, Co-designing by children, Computing doctorates in South Africa, Conceptual model of research methodology domain, Consumer privacy expectations and confidenc, Create a research scheme, Cyber-safety culture, Cyber-safety through gaming, Digital divide views, E-tutoring support, Facial recognition for attendance registers, Flow of control in recursive algorithms, Human brain protocols, ICT skills paradox, Information security cultures, Information security policy compliance, John - Manet Black Hole - Draft, Maternity care protocols, Mental models of recursion, Mobile access and interaction framework, Mobile cloud computing, Mobile digital skills curriculum, Mobile phones and work-life balance, Mobile-centric readiness, NS Simulation, Ontology goes postmodern in ICT, Orthogonal ray guarding, Research Scheme for my study, Resistive memory behavior, SME moble app usage, User experience and eModeration
Using the graph
The following will help understand the graph:
- A node refers to a bubble in the graph.
- The edges (lines) refer to the properties of a node.
- Text is the wording alongside a node, and refers to the value of the property.
- Unfortunately you cannot access categories in the graph.
You can change the graph slightly as follows:
- Nodes can be dragged to get a different view of the graph.
- Hovering over a bubble of one of the node types in the legend with identify all nodes of that type.
- Clicking on an internal link node will include information about that node in the graph.
- Clicking on the text of an internal link will open the page associated with that node.
- Clicking on a bubble in the legend will hide all pages of that type. Click it again to show the pages again.