Template:WikiProject Anatomy

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WikiProject Anatomy (Rated C-class, High-importance)
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C-Class article C  This template does not require a rating on the quality scale.
 High  This template has been rated as High-importance on the importance scale.
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This template adds articles to Category:WikiProject Anatomy articles. This template is a self-reference. Please add it to the article's talk page.

Usage

To add an article to the list, simply add the template to the talk page of the article with the following parameters:

{{WikiProject Anatomy
 |class= (choose one: FA, A, GA, B, Start, Stub, Dab, Redirect, Template, Cat, Image, List, NA)
 |importance= (choose one: Top, High, Mid, Low, NA)
 |field= (choose one: animal, embryo, gross, meta, micro, neuro, organs, systems)
 |needs-infobox=
 |needs-photo=
 |attention=
}}
  • class: Options are FA, A, GA, B, Start, Stub, Dab, Template, Cat, Image, List, NA. If blank, this will default as Unassessed. Descriptions of the options can be found at Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team/Assessment. NA is "not applicable".
  • importance: Options are Top, High, Mid, Low, NA. If blank, this will default as Unknown priority. NA is "not applicable". This is the importance within Anatomy articles according to this scale:
Top Subject is a must-have for a print encyclopaedia
High Subject contributes a depth of knowledge
Mid Subject fills in more minor details
Low Subject is mainly of specialist interest.
  • field: 'meta' relates to articles about the field of anatomy itself (books, biographical articles, organisation...) 'systems' relates to biological systems.
  • attention: Answer yes if the page needs immediate attention, otherwise remove this line.
  • needs-infobox: Answer yes if the article needs an infobox, otherwise remove this line.
  • needs-photo: Answer yes if the article needs a photo, otherwise remove this line.
  • auto: This parameter is for the use of bots.

See also

{{WPMED}} WikiProject Medicine