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A simple way to get the feel of the relative importance of is to look at the '''After''' and '''Before''' fields in the '''Element priority''' dialog box(Alt+P). In the picture, an [[Glossary:Extract|extract]] from a Wikipedia [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/article ] receives [[Glossary:Priority|priority]] ''%''. This priority is comparable with [[Glossary:|]]about and about the .
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Figure: A simple way to get the feel of the relative importance of a given element is to look at the After and Before fields in the Element priority dialog box (Alt+P). In the picture, an extract from a Wikipedia article about the glymphatic system receives priority 42%. This priority is comparable with topics about morpheeins and about the autapse term.
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