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'''<span id="subset">subset</span>''' - (1) [[#element_subset|'''element subset''']]: set of '''elements '''saved in a file or (2) [[#registry_subset|'''registry subset''']]: set of [[#registry_member|'''registry members''']] saved in a file. You can create an '''element subset''' by using the [[Browser|'''element browser''']] (e.g. '''Subset&nbsp;: Save all''' or '''Select&nbsp;: Save selection''' on the [[Browser menu]]). You can view an '''element subset''' with '''[[View menu|View]]&nbsp;: Subset'''. '''Registry subsets''' are mostly used in search and sort operations. For example, you could use ''Ctrl+S'' to find all texts containing the word ''virus''. Those will be displayed as a '''registry subset''' in the text [[#registry|'''registry''']] window. You could use ''Ctrl+S'' again to search for the word ''AIDS'' and generate a narrower subset that would contain both the words ''virus'' and ''AIDS''
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# [[Glossary:Element_subset|'''element subset''']]: set of '''elements '''saved in a file or
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# [[Glossary:Registry_subset|'''registry subset''']]: set of [[Glossary:Registry_member|'''registry members''']] saved in a file.
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You can create an '''element subset''' by using the [[Browser|'''element browser''']] (e.g. '''Subset : Save all''' or '''Select : Save selection''' on the [[browser menu]]). You can view an '''element subset''' with '''[[View menu|View]]&nbsp;: Subset'''. '''Registry subsets''' are mostly used in search and sort operations. For example, you could use ''Ctrl+S'' to find all texts containing the word ''virus''. Those will be displayed as a '''registry subset''' in the text [[registry window]]. You could use ''Ctrl+S'' again to search for the word ''AIDS'' and generate a narrower subset that would contain both the words ''virus'' and ''AIDS''

Revision as of 15:08, 5 September 2009

subset

  1. element subset: set of elements saved in a file or
  2. registry subset: set of registry members saved in a file.

You can create an element subset by using the element browser (e.g. Subset : Save all or Select : Save selection on the browser menu). You can view an element subset with View : Subset. Registry subsets are mostly used in search and sort operations. For example, you could use Ctrl+S to find all texts containing the word virus. Those will be displayed as a registry subset in the text registry window. You could use Ctrl+S again to search for the word AIDS and generate a narrower subset that would contain both the words virus and AIDS