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Categories can be considered as the second level of classification on the wiki, after namspaces. They are intended to group together pages on similar subjects. Categories help readers to find, and navigate around, a subject area, to see pages sorted by title, and to thus find article relationships. Categories are normally found at the bottom of an article page. Clicking a category name brings up a category page listing the articles (or other pages) that have been added to that particular category. They are implemented by a text like
As explained above, categories are organised according the relevant subject groups, and on this Wiki, these are generally based on namespaces, cohorts, and schools. To further explain;
Note: DO NOT edit existing categories on pages and unnecessarily add new categories, unless you are specifically instructed to do so by your mentors or UIF team members, as this may disrupt the existing structures. In case of any doubt, that if you feel a certain page has wrong categories, please inform the UIF team before making any changes.
Related links box is present at the end of the each page, and is based on the "Schools Categories" tree. It contains links of pages related to the current page, i.e. this includes links of fellows from a certain school (cohort-wise), school page, and priorities page. Unnecessary disruption of categories will fail this feature.
Note: During 2020 revamp of the wiki, categories (on which related links are based) have only been automated for 2019 Fall, 2018 Fall, 2018 Spring, 2017 Fall, 2017 Spring, 2016 Fall, 2015 Spring cohorts owing to data limitations. Fellows from other categories may find respective categories empty, though actually not - please do not worry! Automation of remaining cohorts will done as the limitations get resolved. On pages where isn't a automated box, manually added "Related links" section may be there.