Add, remove, or edit the term's relationships as necessary

Relationship Types list

  • Synonym — Terms that mean exactly or nearly the same thing as the focus term.
  • Antonym — Terms that mean the opposite as the focus term.
  • Linguistic Parent - Terms that are linguistically broader than the focus term, this includes origins of terms.
  • Linguistic Child - Terms that are linguistically narrower than the focus term, this includes derivatives.
    Inverse: Linguistic Parent
  • Category For - A term of which the focus term is a kind of.
  • Type of - Terms that are kinds or examples of the focus term.
    Inverse: Category For
  • Includes - Terms the focus term is an element of.
  • Part of - Terms whose definitions are an element of the focus term.
    Inverse: Includes.
  • Used to Create - A term that is a template for or used to create the focus term.
  • Is Created by - A term that is a template for or used to create the focus term.
    Inverse: Used to Create.
  • Is Referenced by - A term that mentions or references the focus term.
  • References - A term that the focus term mentions or sites.
    Inverse: Is Referenced by.
  • Is used to Enforce — A term that causes the focus term to happen or compels compliance of the focus term.
  • Is Enforced by — A term that uses the focus term to happen or cause compliance.
    Inverse: Is used to Enforce
  • Used to Prevent — A term that prevents the focus term.
  • Is prevented by — A term that is prevented by the focus term.
    Inverse: Used to Prevent
  • Manages – A term that is in charge the focus term.
  • is managed by – A term that is supervised or controlled by the focus term.
    Inverse: Manages

How to use the Hierarchy

Adding New Terms

  1. Find new terms to add by entering a term into the search box under Dictionary Lookup Terms.
  2. Select term from pop up list.
  3. The selected term's hierarchy will appear in under the search box.
  4. Click and drag your mouse from anywhere in the hierarchy to the desired term.
  5. Let go of your mouse.
  6. Select the desired relationship type from the drown-down menu in the pop-up.
  7. Click the "Done" button.
  8. The new relationship will appear in the top hierarchy under Master Term Relationships.

Editing and Deleting Existing Terms

  1. Click on the colored line of the desired term.
  2. To edit Select the new relationship type from the drown-down menu in the pop-up.
  3. Click the "Done" button.
  4. To delete, click "Delete" button.

Navigating Different relationships

  1. Double click on a term in either hierarchy to see its semantic relationships.
  2. The new hierarchy will appear under the search box under Dictionary Lookup Terms.
  3. Single click on a term to open up the Compliance Dictionary term entry in a new tab.
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