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ClaM - A Classification Manager

Creating a modifier

Technically a set of modifiers can be seen as a class hierarchy. In ClaM they are therefor treated similarly. For the functionality of the menu items under 'Modifier' see the descriptions of equivalent functions under Class in general.

At present ClaM only supports one 'preferred' term for a Modifier. In case more lines of text are needed separate lines can be forced by applying <Para> tags to the relevant parts of the 'preferred' text. It is possible to define other rubrics, but those will not be displayed. The Modifier classes however can have other rubrics (inclusions, exclusions, etc) attached. Just as the 'normal' classes.