LabVIEW Wiki:Readers' FAQ
- 1 How do I get around the LabVIEW Wiki?
- 2 How do I search the LabVIEW Wiki?
- 3 What is the license agreement on the contents of LabVIEW Wiki?
- 4 How much of LabVIEW Wiki may I quote?
- 5 If I link a word from my site to LabVIEW Wiki, am I required to attribute the source?
- 6 How do I cite a LabVIEW Wiki article in a paper?
- 7 What should I do if I find a factual error on LabVIEW Wiki?
How do I get around the LabVIEW Wiki?
See Help:Navigation for more information.
How do I search the LabVIEW Wiki?
There should be a small search box at the left side of the screen, marked search, followed by Go. Just type what you are looking for into the search box and press the Enter key. Or, click Go. See Help:Searching for more details. Keep in mind that this search box is powered by Google so the results are usually a week old since their bots only search on a periodic basis, and may not yet have caught up with our latest edits.
If you know the name of the page you are looking for then you can enter the article name in the Goto Article Page field and press the Enter key. Or, click Go.
What is the license agreement on the contents of LabVIEW Wiki?
How much of LabVIEW Wiki may I quote?
You may quote as much as you wish, as long as you attribute the source. See LabVIEW Wiki:Copyrights.
Linking is not an act regulated by copyright, so the Creative Commons Attribution License does not apply.
How do I cite a LabVIEW Wiki article in a paper?
Cite it as you would any other web page in accordance with the normal citation practice the publication you are submitting the paper to follows. Citing the individual authors is not necessary, but you should at least include the date on which you retrieved the article (and ideally the full timestamp from the history).
What should I do if I find a factual error on LabVIEW Wiki?
You should correct it. See LabVIEW Wiki:Contributing FAQ. We are always ready to welcome whomever would like to start editing, into our community.
Because LabVIEW Wiki is an all-volunteer project that anyone can edit, errors or omissions can and do creep in. This should be kept in mind when reading.