COMPUTERS IN GEOLOGY

Index

All web-site cross-references

This index demonstrates an analogue for creating a well name index for drillhole files (or well boxes if you are working in an oil company) as you would find in an exploration library. This annotation could be any label or call number, as long as it is in the record of the bibliographic database. Several entries have the same short title but reference different sections of the website. Here, I attach the web page before the entry to distinguish it. So that I can find the unique record which is causing a problem, I have embedded the record number in the phrase linked to quality statement (currently the year of copyright). Similarly it could be the physical reference to the well file or box.

wellname or other label
webpage : short title(year of publishing)

These lists have been reformatted into this format using the XSL(T) file KITBITS/EN2HTM.xsl. The processing is recorded in an MS-DOS batch file robozeme.bat, using the Microsoft SAX processor available in Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). In practice, should you be worried about same well names but in different basins, or need further explanation of some kind for each entry, run your mouse over an entry ( for example 'Download' appears quite often) and see how I use either the long title, the description or abstract fields from the bibiographic database record, to give the clarification in the mouse pointer caption. See also:

From the computing perspective, these lists are cross-references of the bibliographic records from the Thompson EndNote database. The database file, lastly: c2008012.enl, has been extracted to an EndNote XML export file index.xml.

This is a subset of the c2008012.enl file, with all records going to a further export outdex.xml on the confidential site, to give a super-index of both extranet and confidential web-pages. To separate the extranet records I use the Smart Groups option in EndNote, but this does not allow me to enforce a particular sorting. I rely on the xsl:sort element in XSL(T) which is hard to understand, because XSL(T) being a declarative language, I don't use breakpoints in a procedural way like I would with COBOL or dbaseIII, but instead I have been getting more familiar with the Xpath protocol. Please let me know if the alternative DOM protocol is better way of doing this. My recommendations for understanding the difference are given on the Geoscience Gateway - Search page:

  1. XSL(T) ...
  2. HTML 5 ...

Cross-reference by label

This a listing of the labels for any section of the webpages which have them. This is a metaphor for a well or drillhole index where there are standard terms that can be embedded in a HTML file as a label. They are referenced by appending the label string (e.g contact) to the web page address (about.html), using a # symbol

about.html#contact
Index A-Z
./service.html : automatic weather stations around Adelaide (2006)
./service.html : GeoCruises (2017)
./heritage.html : Authors (2008)
bees
./bfmc_files/about.htm : About, Broadview Freemasons Centre working bees (2010)
bfmc
./bfmc_files/about.htm : About, Broadview Freemasons Centre (2010)
commservice
./service.html : Links to associations, emergency services and research internet sites (2006)
contact
./about.html : Contacts (2008)
./about.html : Grant JACQUIER (2006)
differential
./service.html : select differential GPS service ... (2012)
FAQs
./about.html : FAQs (2008)
FieldComputing
./service.html : digital equipment, field computers and software (2006)
formGovernment
./service.html : services by government (2006)
GAselect
./database.html : databases, Geoscience Australia (2009)
./programs.html : technical support sites (2010)
gateway
./service.html : select the default gateway (2006)
./bfmc_files/about.htm : About, Freemasonry (2010)
gnss
./service.html : global positioning system (GPS) corrections (2006)
grantljacquier
./heritage.html : JACQUIER, Grant L. (2008)
hazards
./service.html : disaster, hazards and pests monitoring (2006)
internet_news
./service.html : news available on the Internet (2006)
service.html : kangaroo recipes (2010)
./database.html : Log ASCII Standard (2009)
libraries
./service.html : select a library ... (2006)
newspapers
./service.html : select newspaper ... (2017)
./about.html : Conditions (2008)
notice
./about.html : Purpose (2008)
./recruit.html : People, Table 1 (2017)
q018
./about.html : Why is XSL(T) technology becoming a big part of this site? (2008)
./about.html : What do you do? (2008)
recipes
./service.html : recipes using kangaroo meat (2006)
resumes
./biography.html : Computers in Geology - People (2017)
SEDRIS
./database.html : SEDRIS (2009)
services
./about.html : Are you looking for help with information technology (IT)? (2008)
suppliers
./service.html : field equipment suppliers (2006)
./about.html : Computers in Geology - About (2017)
./about.html : Computing advice options by yearly budget in Table 4. (2008)
table7
./about.html : Table 7 (2008)
weather_websites
./service.html : select a weather site... (2006)
XML_formats
./database.html : extensible markup language (XML) standards (2009)
XSL(T)
./database.html : extensible stylesheet translation language transform, XSL(T), standard (2009)
web page sections sorted alphabetically by HTML label

Cross-reference by short title

This index instead of using a label, relies on the short title, perhaps as an analogue of an index for sedimentary basins or geological provinces.

Index A-I Index J-Z
About (2008)
About the Broadview Freemasons Centre (2010)
About, Broadview Freemasons Centre (2010)
About, Broadview Freemasons Centre working bees (2010)
About, Freemasonry (2010)
Are you looking for help with information technology (IT)? (2008)
Authors (2008)
automatic weather stations around Adelaide (2006)
B.Fm.C. frequently asked questions (2010)
B.Fm.C. merchant links (2010)
Broadview Freemasons Centre (2010)
Clip Art (2008)
Computers in Geology - About (2017)
Computers in Geology - People (2017)
Computing advice options by yearly budget in Table 4. (2008)
Conditions (2008)
Contacts (2008)
databases, Geoscience Australia (2009)
Development (2008)
digital equipment, field computers and software (2006)
disaster, hazards and pests monitoring (2006)
Downloads (2009)
Downloads (2009)
extensible markup language (XML) standards (2009)
extensible stylesheet translation language transform, XSL(T), standard (2009)
facilities, Broadview Freemasons Centre (2010)
Facts (2008)
FAQs (2008)
field equipment suppliers (2006)
GeoCruises (2017)
global positioning system (GPS) corrections (2006)
Glossary (2008)
Grant JACQUIER (2006)
Grant JACQUIER (2006)
Greece, 2001 (2008)
Grimoire (2008)
Grimoire of geological computing (2010)
Grimoire of Geological Computing (2007)
hall safety (2010)
hall safety (2010)
Heritage (2008)
Home (2008)
Index (2010)
JACQUIER, Grant L. (2008)
JOSEPH, Jeremy B. (2008)
kangaroo recipes (2010)
kitchen, Broadview Freemasons Centre (2010)
KML file for Santorini, Greece (2010)
Links to associations, emergency services and research internet sites (2006)
Log ASCII Standard (2009)
Marketing (2009)
MATCHETT, Stephen (2008)
MAVKO, Gary (2008)
NADAR, Jonar C. (2008)
news available on the Internet (2006)
Ore System (2009)
Overview (2008)
People (2017)
People, Table 1 (2017)
Purpose (2008)
recipes using kangaroo meat (2006)
RICHARDS, E. G. (2008)
Santorini, 2001 (2008)
Search (2008)
SEDRIS (2009)
select a library ... (2006)
select a weather site... (2006)
select differential GPS service ... (2012)
select newspaper ... (2017)
select the default gateway (2006)
Services (2009)
services by government (2006)
Skills (2010)
Skills (2010)
Sponsors Talk (2009)
sponsors talk, GSAustl. at AUGS (2010)
system information (2009)
System Information (2008)
Table 7 (2008)
table settings, Broadview Freemasons Centre (2010)
Tables (2008)
technical support sites (2010)
template for cupboard stickers (2010)
text for cupboard stickers (2010)
Translator (2008)
Translator (2008)
Translator (2008)
What computer system am I using? (2009)
What do you do? (2008)
Why is XSL(T) technology becoming a big part of this site? (2008)
web pages sorted alphabetically by short title.

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