Example of atlas browsing
The whole point of indexing with the atlas is to embrace the vast semantic field of territories, cities and governance and to show the links between themes.
Let’s take the example of a resource from CITEGO’s document library, relating to session 7 of the Participatory Democracy Mooc: "Participatory democracy, a rather reassuring failure?! »
You can thus access the resources related to your themes of interest (entry by a specific document), identify the main ideas, concepts, interpretations of the document indexed in this document collection and the semantic field associated with these ideas (global view of the descriptors of a document or file) to better select new useful resources in relation to its problematic.
The system of indexing by relationship makes it possible to navigate by "neighbourhood" and thus to have access to resources that would not have been intuitively associated with the content of the resource studied.
Let us take the example of the relative documentary resource from session 7 of the Participatory Democracy Mooc: "Participatory democracy, a rather reassuring failure?! »
In order to deepen the subject, you can click on the tab of the relational atlas.
You then open the dedicated page on the relational atlas website.