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resources:cerl_thesaurus:editing:newinterface [2018/06/14 18:20]
jahnke [3.1 Types of entities]
resources:cerl_thesaurus:editing:newinterface [2018/11/22 10:07] (current)
liventsova [4.5 Deduplicating Records]
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 To find potential duplicates, search for ''​dedup:''​ and the record type, e.g. ''​dedup:​cnp''​ for persons. You may combine it with something useful to get smaller resultsets, for example: ''​external_id:​gnd AND dedup:​cnp''​ to limit the set to records from the GND file. To find potential duplicates, search for ''​dedup:''​ and the record type, e.g. ''​dedup:​cnp''​ for persons. You may combine it with something useful to get smaller resultsets, for example: ''​external_id:​gnd AND dedup:​cnp''​ to limit the set to records from the GND file.
  
-The duplicate candidate records are shown in the right column. The first (white) one is the record you started with; sinc this is the record the other are finally merged into, you cannot deselect it from deduplication.+The duplicate candidate records are shown in the right column. The first (white) one is the record you started with; since this is the record the other are finally merged into, you cannot deselect it from deduplication.
  
 //**Please note:** If there are many duplicate candidates it might be easier to check the records one by one. To do that, you start with “Hide all” (which turns all candidates grey) and then re‐activate the first candidate and see if it is a duplicate or not. If it’s not, uncheck it and go to the next. If it is, you could click the other button next to the check mark (the one with the three stripes on it) to switch the record’s colour to white before you proceed with the next record. So you’d know that everything that’s white is checked and “ok” and the amount of different colours is a little less confusing.//​ //**Please note:** If there are many duplicate candidates it might be easier to check the records one by one. To do that, you start with “Hide all” (which turns all candidates grey) and then re‐activate the first candidate and see if it is a duplicate or not. If it’s not, uncheck it and go to the next. If it is, you could click the other button next to the check mark (the one with the three stripes on it) to switch the record’s colour to white before you proceed with the next record. So you’d know that everything that’s white is checked and “ok” and the amount of different colours is a little less confusing.//​
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