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This is the categories page for protocols.  We may not have enough documents to warrant a categorization system.  The advantage is that you can add articles to multiple categories by simply typing:
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This is the categories page for OpenWetWare.  We use categories like tags.  For instance, [[DNA ligation]] would be tagged with the categories: [[:Category:Protocol]], [[:Category:In vitro]] and [[:Category:DNA]].  The advantage is that you can add articles to multiple categories by simply typing:
   [[Category:''foo'']] where ''foo'' is the category name
   [[Category:''foo'']] where ''foo'' is the category name
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The category pages are then updated automatically to include the article in alphabetical order.  However, since most of our articles will fall into a single category this seems less important for us right now.  Also, categories can be added fairly easily after articles are written, so we can always add them in the future if we think the wiki is becoming to cumbersome to make lists by hand. To point to a category in an article without making the article fall into that category use:
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The category pages are then updated automatically to include the article in alphabetical order.  Note that categories can be added fairly easily after articles are written. To point to a category in an article without making the article fall into that category use:
   [[:Category:''foo'']] where ''foo'' is the category name, note ':' in front of Category
   [[:Category:''foo'']] where ''foo'' is the category name, note ':' in front of Category
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Here are some commonly used categories
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[[Special:Categories|Top Category Level]]
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[[Special:Categories]] <-- all categories.  Contains many unused or underused categories.
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[[:Category:Protocol|Protocols]]
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==General page type==
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[[:Category:Protocol]]
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[[:Category:Equipment|Equipment]]
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[[:Category:Equipment]]
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[[:Category:Strain Collection|Strain Collections]]
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[[:Category:Material]]
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[[:Category:Chemical|Chemicals]]
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==Animal/cell or test tube or computer==
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[[:Category:In vitro]]
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[[:Category:In vivo]]
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[[:Category:In silico]]
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==Central dogma==
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[[:Category:DNA]]
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[[:Category:RNA]]
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[[:Category:Protein]]
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==Material types==
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[[:Category:Antibiotic]]
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[[:Category:Chemical]]
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[[:Category:Endonuclease]]
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[[:Category:Enzyme]]
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[[:Category:Reporter]]
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==Species==
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{{#dpl:category=Species}}

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This is the categories page for OpenWetWare. We use categories like tags. For instance, DNA ligation would be tagged with the categories: Category:Protocol, Category:In vitro and Category:DNA. The advantage is that you can add articles to multiple categories by simply typing:

 [[Category:foo]] where foo is the category name

The category pages are then updated automatically to include the article in alphabetical order. Note that categories can be added fairly easily after articles are written. To point to a category in an article without making the article fall into that category use:

 [[:Category:foo]] where foo is the category name, note ':' in front of Category

Here are some commonly used categories

Special:Categories <-- all categories. Contains many unused or underused categories.

Contents

General page type

Category:Protocol

Category:Equipment

Category:Material

Animal/cell or test tube or computer

Category:In vitro

Category:In vivo

Category:In silico

Central dogma

Category:DNA

Category:RNA

Category:Protein

Material types

Category:Antibiotic

Category:Chemical

Category:Endonuclease

Category:Enzyme

Category:Reporter

Species

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