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<noinclude>This template is used for collecting data about a masterproject. When inserted in a page, it creates a decorative table with much helpful information. It also takes care of annotating the given data semantically.
 
<noinclude>This template is used for collecting data about a masterproject. When inserted in a page, it creates a decorative table with much helpful information. It also takes care of annotating the given data semantically.
  
To use this template, insert the following at the beginning of your user page. Except for the poster field (which can be omitted), all fields are '''required'''.
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To use this template, insert the following at the beginning of your user page. At the start of your project, your name, number, the master program and your supervisor are '''required''' fields.
 
<pre>{{Masterproject
 
<pre>{{Masterproject
|  Title=Full title of the masterproject
 
 
  |  Master name=Name of the master programme, i.e. "Knowledge Technology and Intelligent Internet Applications"
 
  |  Master name=Name of the master programme, i.e. "Knowledge Technology and Intelligent Internet Applications"
 
  |  Student name=Your full name  
 
  |  Student name=Your full name  
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  |  Project start date=November 9 2006
 
  |  Project start date=November 9 2006
 
  |  Project end date=November 10 2006
 
  |  Project end date=November 10 2006
  |  Poster=URL of the poster(without http://)
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  |  Thesis title=Full title of the masterproject
 
}}</pre>
 
}}</pre>
 
The order of the fields is not relevant. The template should be given as the ''first'' thing on a page. Additional information about the project (e.g. a short abstract in natural language) can be provided on the remainder of the page.
 
The order of the fields is not relevant. The template should be given as the ''first'' thing on a page. Additional information about the project (e.g. a short abstract in natural language) can be provided on the remainder of the page.
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{{#ifeq:{{{Student number|}}}|||{{Tablerow|Label=number:|Value=[[student number::{{{Student number}}}]]}}}}
 
{{#ifeq:{{{Student number|}}}|||{{Tablerow|Label=number:|Value=[[student number::{{{Student number}}}]]}}}}
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{{#ifeq:{{{Poster|}}}|||{{Tablerow|Label=Poster:|Value=[[poster:=http://{{{Poster}}}|{{{Poster label|Poster}}}]]}}}}
 
 
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{{#ifeq:{{{Company|}}}|||{{Tablerow|Label=Company:|Value=[[has company::{{{Company}}}]]}}}}
 
{{#ifeq:{{{Company|}}}|||{{Tablerow|Label=Company:|Value=[[has company::{{{Company}}}]]}}}}
 
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Revision as of 12:09, 17 October 2008

This template is used for collecting data about a masterproject. When inserted in a page, it creates a decorative table with much helpful information. It also takes care of annotating the given data semantically.

To use this template, insert the following at the beginning of your user page. At the start of your project, your name, number, the master program and your supervisor are required fields.

{{Masterproject
 |  Master name=Name of the master programme, i.e. "Knowledge Technology and Intelligent Internet Applications"
 |  Student name=Your full name 
 |  Student number=Your studentnumber 
 |  Supervisor=Full name of your supervisor, i.e. "Mark Hoogendoorn"
 |  Second reader=Full name of your second reader, i.e. "Mark Hoogendoorn"
 |  Company=Name of the company and department where you do your master
 |  Project start date=November 9 2006
 |  Project end date=November 10 2006
 |  Thesis title=Full title of the masterproject
}}

The order of the fields is not relevant. The template should be given as the first thing on a page. Additional information about the project (e.g. a short abstract in natural language) can be provided on the remainder of the page.

Masterproject