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Bound elements for concepts

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skos:relatedMatch Quantitative
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Vocabulary concepts

32 concepts found, displaying 1 to 20.FirstPrev12Last
Id Label Status Status Modified Notation
m-1 Per meter Quick edit Valid 06.11.2014 m-1
mg.l-1 Micrograms per litre. Quick edit Valid 06.11.2014 mg/l
mg.m-3 Miligrams per cubic metre of ambient air Quick edit Valid 01.08.2013 mg/m3
mg.m-3.day Micrograms per cubic meter times day Quick edit Valid 06.11.2014 mg/m-3.day
mg.m-3.h Micrograms per cubic meter times hour Quick edit Valid 06.11.2014 mg/m3.h
mgN.l-1 Milligrams nitrogen per litre Quick edit Valid 06.11.2014 mg N/l
mgN.m-2.m-1 Milligrams nitrogen per square meter per month Quick edit Valid 06.11.2014 mg N/m2/m
mgS.l-1 Milligrams sulphur per litre Quick edit Valid 06.11.2014 mg S/l
mgS.m-1 Milligrams nitrogen per meter Quick edit Valid 26.09.2018 mgS.m-1
mgS.m-2.m-1 Milligrams sulphur per square meter per month Quick edit Valid 06.11.2014 mg S/m2.m
mm Millimeter Quick edit Valid 06.11.2014 mm
ng.l-1 Nanograms per litre Quick edit Valid 06.11.2014 ng/l
ng.m-2 Nanograms per square meter Quick edit Valid 06.11.2014 ng/m2
ng.m-2.day-1 Nanograms per square metre per day Quick edit Valid 01.08.2013 ng/m2/day
ng.m-3 Nanograms per cubic metre of ambient air Quick edit Valid 01.08.2013 ng/m3
pHunits pH Quick edit Valid 06.11.2014 pH units
pg.m-3 Picograms per cubic metre of ambient air Quick edit Valid 01.08.2013 pg/m3
ppbv Parts per billion per volume Quick edit Valid 06.11.2014 ppbv
ppmv Parts per million by volume Quick edit Valid 06.11.2014 ppmv
pptv Parts per trillion per volume Quick edit Valid 06.11.2014 pptv
CSV Import

The CSV file should contain a header row for element names and data rows for concepts.
It is strongly recommended to use an exported CSV file as a template for bulk editing. Columns and rows can be added to or deleted from the template file.
A concept can be ignored by prepending a double-slash '//' to the concept row in the CSV
    Notes:
  • If the header row contains unknown elements the import will aborted and data will be rolled back
  • Erroneous concept rows are ignored, valid data rows are still imported
  • Successful import cannot be undone (unless "undo checkout" is performed)
  • If a concept with the same identifier already exists in the vocabulary it will be overwritten
  • "Purge Vocabulary" option deletes all the vocabulary concepts before import
Note
  • With this operation, contents of RDF file will be imported into vocabulary folder.
  • Only a working copy can be updated with a RDF file upload.
  • If user select "Purge Per Predicate" option. All seen predicates will be removed from vocabulary.
  • If user select "Purge All Vocabulary Data" option. All data will be removed from vocabulary.
  • Once import is successful, operation cannot be undone. If an error occurs during import, then all data will be rolled back.
In this case, existing vocabulary information will be updated with information from imported concepts.
In this case, predicates of existing concepts will be replaced with the imported predicates.
In this case, all existing concepts will be removed and the imported concepts will be added.
In this case, all imported concepts will be removed from the vocabulary.
How to handle missing concepts?