Auto-discover geographical coverage, temporal coverage, related items and
keywords from documents common metadata (title, description, body, etc), auto
highlight keywords within a page content based on selected tags and auto-
update related items based on internal links found within object’s metadata.
- Main features
- Planed features
- Getting started
- Auto discover keywords, location, related items or temporal coverage
- Auto tagging
- Auto relations
- Source code
- Copyright and license
This tool allows Plone managers to auto-discover and fix subject keywords,
location and temporal coverage using http://www.alchemyapi.com/ web service.
- Auto-discover keywords, locations and temporal coverage;
- Auto highlight keywords within a page content based on selected tags and link them to a custom search page;
- Auto update related items based on internal links found within object’s metadata.
- Add a wizard icon near Subject, Location, etc fields in edit form to auto-discover and suggest tags based on text in other fields (Title, Description)
- Get your alchemy key here: http://www.alchemyapi.com/api/register.html
- Update your alchemy API key within Site Setup > Alchemy Settings
- Within Plone Control panel go to Alchemy Discoverer.
- Enable auto-tagging within Site Setup > Alchemy Settings
- Edit your document and add some tags for it within /edit > Categorization. For example, if you’re writing a news article about water pollution go to /edit > Categorization and add water pollution within tags field (also known as keywords, subjects, topics). Now when you navigate to the View page of this article, you’ll notice that all occurrences of water pollution within your news article body are links to a custom search page which is also configurable within Alchemy Settings ControlPanel
- Enable auto-relations within Site Setup > Alchemy Settings
- Edit your document and add some internal links for it within /edit > Body Text. For example, if you’re writing an article about an event add a internal link to this event within Body Text field. Now Save your article and you should see a notification message on top of the page saying something like: Automatically detected and added one relation since it is linked in content. If you check the related content section for your article you’ll notice that the Event object was automatically added there.
Copyright and license
The Initial Owner of the Original Code is European Environment Agency (EEA).
All Rights Reserved.
The EEA Alchemy (the Original Code) is free software; you can redistribute it
and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
More details under docs/License.txt
EEA - European Environment Agency (EU)
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