Via "Create" you get to the available concepts, which can be recorded in the system. If one of these concepts is clicked, e.g. the document, the input mask opens for this.
The input screen for the document is only intended as an example, the meaning of the individual fields is therefore not explained further.
You can see various fields in which data can be entered. For a clean data storage it is important to define collection guidelines in which type and form of the contents are determined per group or bundle and per field or field.
In some cases, a field is only filled once. In the "Herbarium number" field, for example, the identifying number (corresponds to the inventory number of an object) must be entered. Unique identifiers should only be filled once per entity, since they are intended to contribute to the identification of an object. However, there are also fields in which several values can be entered, for example here in the "Taxon" field. In this case, there are several taxa that can be assigned to a document. If you want to enter several terms, they are not separated by commas in one field, but a new taxon field is called. In other databases certain values are lined up. With WissKI, on the other hand, it is precisely defined whether certain fields are designed to carry several values or continuous text or only individual terms. The user does not know this automatically and must therefore be informed about input guidelines before data entry.
If several taxa are to be assigned but saved as individual terms, the taxon field must be doubled. This is done using the plus button next to it. The second taxon is entered in the additional field that appears. This can be continued indefinitely.
To save the data record, click on the Save button at the end of the input mask.
The system immediately switches to the "View" mode and displays the newly created data record or the previously filled fields. This can then be edited or deleted again.