Wiki Manuals

What are wiki manuals?

Wiki pages are user-written articles on a range of subjects. On the IELab Hub we use wikis mostly in the form of manuals that explain certain aspects of the IELab – hence the name ‘wiki manuals’. Any contributor or a group of contributors can create (and own) new articles, and there can be multiple articles on the same wiki, each written by a different author.

Who can make a wiki page?

Anyone with an account can create a new article. When creating a new article, the initial contributor can choose to have a defined list of authors, all of whom can edit the page, or have an open, wiki-like format where anyone can contribute.

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Basic IELab Information

Updated on 23 Mar 2016

What does IELab do? The IELab produces an multi-region input-output (MRIO) table with satellite extensions (e.g. environmental or social data). It does this by solving the constrained optimisation problem presented by the need to include multiple, incomplete and conflicting datasets. The primary …

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Testing the IELab Hub website

Updated on 19 Oct 2015

Testing tasks We will collect testing feedback here on this Wiki page (thereby testing the Wiki function itself!). Once the website has been launched properly we will delete this Wiki again. Below you will find a number of questions, structured in the same order as the menu of the website. Please …

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Wiki Manuals

Updated on 29 Sep 2015

Questions? Create a new article Help Articles Full Article List What are wiki manuals? Wiki pages are user-written articles on a range of subjects. On the IELab Hub we use wikis mostly in the form of manuals that explain certain aspects of the IELab – hence the name ‘wiki …

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