RadLex Term Browser
Vist the RadLex Term Browser
1 Term Browser Design
The basic version of the servlet serves a completely new html page every time a new term is requested. The basic version lacks the ability to search for terms, can not sort by different relationship types, and does not have a clipboard.
2 RadLex URI's
Each RadLex term has a unique RadLex ID, which is in the form "RID___", where the underscores are replaced by a variable number of numbers (it can be described by the regular expression "^RID([0-9])$". The Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) is formed by concatenating "http://radlex.org/" and the RadLex ID. For example, http://radlex.org/RID4 .
3 Browser Compatibility
The RadLex Term Browser has been tested with:
- Mozilla Firefox 2.0
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 7
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 6
- Apple Safari 1.2
- Opera 9.10
The Term Browser should work in any modern web browser.