Home | Resources | Services | Hosting | Publications | Collaboration | Joining CERL | About CERL |

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
resources:cerl_thesaurus:editing:format:410 [2018/06/14 16:12]
jahnke [Application of Content Designators]
resources:cerl_thesaurus:editing:format:410 [2020/01/23 08:04] (current)
jahnke [Input Conventions]
Line 81: Line 81:
 The variant name form may be entered either in inverted or in natural order. Natural order is useful if an imprint is transcribed directly from the book or from a bibliographical record. In this case introductory phrases or phrases that occur after the printer'​s name may be given in a subfield $f. If necessary, subfield $f can be repeated. It is not appropriate to use subfields $e or $r for this purpose. The variant name form may be entered either in inverted or in natural order. Natural order is useful if an imprint is transcribed directly from the book or from a bibliographical record. In this case introductory phrases or phrases that occur after the printer'​s name may be given in a subfield $f. If necessary, subfield $f can be repeated. It is not appropriate to use subfields $e or $r for this purpose.
  
-The correct application of subfields within a directly transcribed imprint will enable the database system to create the correct index entries. Thus a field 410 holding a name in inverted form (i.e. ''​410 00$alast name$bfirst name''​) will produce the usual index entries in the form //last name, first name// with the usual permutation of non-sorting elements and filing qualifiers as described in the [[:​resources:​cerl_thesaurus:​editing:​indexing|Indexing Principles applied in the CERL Thesaurus]]. A field giving the name form in natural word order will produce an index entry in natural word order including - if present - introductory phrases **in addition** to the common index entries in inverted word order. For example the field ''​410 00‎$‬fex Typographia episcopali‎$‬bJoannis Baptistae‎$‬aMonauni‎''​ will be indexed as //ex typographia joannis baptistae monauni// and as //monauni, joannis baptistae//.+Indicator position 1 can be left blank when manually entering ​a field when subfield ​$0 is entered.
  
 +If no subfield $0 is entered, it will be generated automatically (with the value '​varn'​ if indicator position 1 holds '​0'​ or '​fict'​ if that indicator position holds '​1'​) once a record is saved. ​
  
-Detailed instruction on the creation of imprint name records can be found in the respective Guidlines compiled by Gunilla Jonsson and Alexander Jahnke.+ 
 +Detailed instruction on the creation of imprint name records can be found here: [[::​resources:​cerl_thesaurus:​editing:​printers|Guidelines for editing printers'​ records]].
  
  
 resources/cerl_thesaurus/editing/format/410.txt · Last modified: 2020/01/23 08:04 by jahnke

 

 

Recent changes RSS feed Valid XHTML 1.0 Driven by DokuWiki