annotation

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English - Turkish
notlarla açıklama
açımlama
(Askeri,Kanun,Ticaret) açıklama

Lütfen cümlelere ek açıklamalar eklemeyin. - Please do not add annotations in sentences.

Ek açıklamalar katmayın. - Don't add annotations.

belirtim
(Askeri) açıklama notu
çıkma
not
ek açıklama
(Askeri) AÇIKLAMA; AÇIKLAMA NOTU: Açıklayıcı amaçlarla veya özel önemdeki madde veya bölgeleri belirtmek üzere taslak veya çizim üzerinde yer alan işaretler
{i} dipnot
açıklayıcı not
(Ticaret) yorum
bilgi notu
annotation text
(Bilgisayar) ek açıklama metni biçem
annotation text
(Bilgisayar) ek açıklama metni
annotation symbol
çıkma simgesi
annotation of certain
kesinleşme şerhi
annotation edit
(Bilgisayar) eklenti düzenle
annotation format
(Bilgisayar) ek açıklama biçimi
annotation mark
Ek açıklama imi
annotation mark number
Ek açıklama imi numarası
annotation move
(Bilgisayar) eklenti kaydır
annotation of ratification
(Kanun) tasdik şerhi
annotation pane
Ek açıklama penceresi
annotation reference
(Style) Ek açıklama referansı (Biçem)
annotation reference
(Bilgisayar) ek açıklama başvurusu
annotation reference
(Bilgisayar) ek açıklama referansı
annotation reference mark
Ek açıklama referans imi
annotation symbol
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) açıklayıcı simge
annotation text
(Style) Ek açıklama metni (Biçem)
annotate
dipnot koymak
annotate
açımlamak
annotate
(Bilgisayar) ek açıklama
annotate
(Havacılık) açıklayıcı notlar koymak
annotate
not eklemek
annotate
şerh koymak
annotate
(kitaba) açıklayıcı notlar koymak
annotate
çıkmalar yapmak
annotate
notlarla açıkla
back annotation
geri açıklama
recommendatory annotation
tavsiye açıklama
reference annotation
referans açıklama
annotate
{f} çıkma yaparak açıklamak
annotate
{f} (bir metne) notlar eklemek
typing in annotation
(Bilgisayar) ek açıklamaya yazılan
English - English
a critical or explanatory commentary or analysis
information relating to the genetic structure of sequences of bases
a comment added to a text
metadata added to a document or program
the process of writing such comment or commentary
{n} an explication, note, remark, comment
Unlike an abstract, which is an objective description or summary of a work, an annotation is a critical or subjective evaluation of a piece of work, usually included in a bibliography or citation
a comment or instruction (usually added); "his notes were appended at the end of the article"; "he added a short notation to the address on the envelope"
Like a "sticky note" A way to add information or make comments about a data object without it actually becoming part of the object Annotations are searchable
A viewable object whose location and usually size are set relative to the viewport or data coordinate space of a base plot There are three kinds of annotations: intrinsic annotations, embedded annotations, and external annotations
A brief note, usually no longer than two or three sentences, accompanying a reference or citation in a bibliography which describes or explains the scope and content of the work cited In a critical annotation, the commentary is evaluative
The annotation property is used for documentation in IDLos deadlock Deadlocks occur if two objects in different transactions try to access each other in reverse order
the explanatory material accompanying an image or map In ERDAS IMAGINE, annotation consists of text, lines, polygons, ellipses, rectangles, legends, scale bars, grid lines, tick marks, neatlines, and symbols which denote geographical features
A note that describes, explains, or evaluates a specific work, such as an article, a book, or a Web site; especially such a note added to an entry in a bibliography, reading list, index or catalog
(Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
Anotación 注解 Unlike an abstract, which is an objective description or summary of a work, an annotation is a critical or subjective evaluation of a piece of work, usually included in a bibliography or citation
(linguistic) information, such as POS tags or syntactic parsing that is added to a text/corpus (*) (+) (external link) annotate: provide text with annotation
A functional description of a clone, which may include identifying attributes such as locus name, keywords, and Medline references
Criticism and/or commentary An annotated bibliography contains descriptive notes about books or articles listed (e g Library journal contains annotations in the form of reviews )
Note added to a document or image to provide additional needed information See also sequence annotation
a short note that describes or evaluates a publication or web site For example, the Librarians' Index to the Internet provides annotations for the web sites it recommends An annotated bibliography similarly includes descriptions
interpretation, explaination, clarification, definition, or supplement Many types of genealogical presentations contain statements, record sources, documents, conclusions, or other historical information that require an annotation Generally, annotations appear in footnotes, end-notes, or in the text itself Genealogical software provides a field for documentation, comments, notes, and analysis Genealogists use annotations to explain discrepancies between two or more documents, to add information from another source to support a statement or conclusion made in a different record, and other difficult to interpret situations
The annotation process identifies sequence features on the contigs - such as variation, sequence tagged sites, FISH mapped clone regions, known and predicted genes, and gene models This stage provides contig, mRNA, and protein records with added feature annotation [NCBI Contig Assembly and Annotation Process, 2001] http: //www ncbi nlm nih gov/genome/guide/build html#contig
A note which accompanies an entry in a bibliography, which tells what the item is about It differs from an abstract in that it need not necessarily be a summary of the contents It can be objective, evaluative, or promotional, depending on the purpose of the bibliography
Adding biological information to genome sequence This is a very complex task, and the process for doing this is rapidly evolving Several groups are doing automated computational annotation of several genomes Features that are added to the genome often include gene models, SNPs, and STSs Annotation at NCBI Annotation at Ensembl Annotation UCSC references: Reese MG et al (2000) Genome annotation assessment in Drosophila melanogaster Genome Res 10(4): 483-501 Hubbard T et al (2002) The Ensembl genome database project Nucleic Acids Res 30(1): 38-41
the act of adding notes
(Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide; search in this book)
At SGD, this refers to a statement generated from the reading of a paper abstract An annotation reflects the results and techniques discussed in the abstract
A brief description of an information source which follows a bibliographic citation An annotation may include a summary of the key points addressed in the source, a description of the kind of source, and an evaluation of the source See also Citation and Bibliography
An annotation is the generic term used to describe the graphic elements added to a plot which do not represent vehicle positions, or bearings recorded on vehicle-mounted sensors Examples of annotations are rectangles, ellipses and lines
A brief subjective or evaluative paragraph recorded after a description of an item in a bibliography or other list Often it is designed to assist researchers using the bibliography in discriminating between entries that are similar or related in some way
Note added to a document to provide additional needed information See also Sequence Annotation
Annotation is the activity of annotating something. She retained a number of copies for further annotation
An annotation is a note that is added to a text or diagram, often in order to explain it. He supplied annotations to nearly 15,000 musical works. = footnote
{i} comment or explanation added to a text; comment or remark added to a computerized document (Computers); additional information about a part or feature of a computer program (Computers)
A note, added by way of comment, or explanation; usually in the plural; as, annotations on ancient authors, or on a word or a passage
annotate
to make explanatory or critical notes on or upon
Annotate
Add an explanatory, descriptive or critical note to a record To annotate personal information with a correction that was requested implies that the actual correction that was requested is written on the original record, close to the information under challenge by the applicant
Annotate
To supply with critical or explanatory notes; in biological databases, often good annotation is more valuable than the raw data (e g just a protein sequence)
Annotate
add explanatory notes to or supply with critical comments; "The scholar annotated the early edition of a famous novel"
Annotate
This refers to the denotation and demarcation of a DNA or protein sequence The information included in annotation can be based solely on sequence, or it can include literature references, related sequence data, or other sequence properties An annotation is the actual information related to a particular sequence
Annotate
provide interlinear explanations for words or phrases; "He annotated on what his teacher had written"
Annotate
A feature (accessible on the Action Bar of any 3-Point View page) which lets you draw support, resistance, or trend lines on a graph (See: Action Bar, 3-Point View Page, Support, and Resistance)
Annotate
Adding text to the data area of a graph
Annotate
To update by notation; especially the Code
annotate
To explain or criticize by notes; as, to annotate the works of Bacon
annotate
If you annotate written work or a diagram, you add notes to it, especially in order to explain it. Historians annotate, check and interpret the diary selections. an annotated bibliography. to add short notes to a book or piece of writing to explain parts of it (past participle of annotare, from ad- + notare )
annotate
add explanatory notes to or supply with critical comments; "The scholar annotated the early edition of a famous novel
annotate
To add annotation
annotate
{f} provide analytical notes; make footnotes; explain
annotate
To make notes or comments; with on or upon
annotations
[ Primary | Secondary ], [ Mandatory | Desirable | Optional ], [ Stable | Volatile ] -- If necessary, specify annotations for each stimulus and response -- Explain the reason for expected volatility
annotations
Personal notes you can attach to the documents you have saved in your Web browser The notes are available to you whenever the document is viewed
annotations
plural of annotation
annotations
Notes that operators can attach to either events or services Event annotations are sent to the help desk to assist them in answering customer calls about problems with their services
annotations
Editing feature of word processing programs; marks are made directly in document to make editing comments without changing document 2 8
annotations
Special IL instructions that optimizing compilers use to convey information to the NET OptJIT compiler so that it can quickly produce high-performance code Annotations can be safely ignored by any JIT compiler that does not understand them Correctly generating OptIL requires using certain annotations
annotations
Personal or group messages that are attached to Web documents using Netscape When you or a member of a group view the Web document, these notes appear at the bottom of the document
annotations
Fundamentally, when you see the words "annotation" or "annotated" you are alerted to the fact that “case blurbs” are being used in some fashion How the case blurbs are being used will vary depending on the context When dealing with statutes the word "annotation" or "annotated" refers to the "case blurbs" that follow a particular statute section The case blurbs serve the function of fleshing-out the statute by helping to define and explain the statute When discussing the case finding tool American Law Reports (ALR), the articles are often called "ALR annotations " ALR is really just a huge outline covering a given topic with case blurbs allocated into this outline In the most obtuse terms the words "ALR annotation" refer to "a term of art and of the legal profession for one of the articles in an annotated series of law reports which follows the report of a case of interest and importance and treats a point or points of the case exhaustively on the case authorities "
annotations
Remarks, notes, case summaries, or commentaries following statutes which describe interpretations of the statute
annotations
Notes added to a drawing to explain its features
annotations
Descriptive information about the contents of your catalogs You can develop an application that shows the annotations when your users want context-sensitive help about your catalog folders, columns, prompts, filters, and calculations Impromptu
annotations
Remarks, notes, case summaries or commentaries following a statute which describe interpretations of a statute or a case
annotations
brief notes added to design sketches to make things clearer or to give more detail
annotations
Used to logically categorize a group of message actions For example, if you have a group of actions that are based on a particular subject, you can create an annotation to group those actions together
annotations
information or links you can add to a document Annotations may be text notes, embedded queries, or links to other documents, images, or programs They are viewed by clicking on the associated icons in the document on the ISYS: web Browse page
annotations
Special text and graphic objects, such as instructions in a template, which appear on your screen but normally do not print
back annotation
comments on the back of a book, criticism on the back cover of a book, review on the rear book-jacket
annotation
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