Template:Annotated image/doc/Samples

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This page presents samples of the use of Template:Annotated image

Simplest[edit]

Before:
After:
Sessile
organism
anchored
in mat
Animal
grazing
on mat
Firm, layered, anoxic, sulphidic substrate
Loose,
oxygenated
upper substrate
with
burrowing
animals
Test of Template:Annotated image for Cambrian substrate revolution

Here almost all the formatting parameters of the annotations have been left at their default values. The only exceptions are "Before:" and "After:", which have been made larger, bold and italic.

The caption and the annotation "Microbial mat" contain wikilinks.

If you move the cursor over the template's box you will notice that the image is a lot smaller than the box, but the captions can be placed anywhere in the box.

Click "show" to see the code for this:
{{ Annotated image | caption=Test of Template:Annotated image for [[Cambrian substrate revolution]]
| image=Cambrian substrate revolution 01.png 
| width=500 | height=300 | image-width = 364 | image-left=68 | image-top=20
| annotations =
{{Annotation|7|10|Before:|font-weight=bold|font-style=italic|font-size=15}}
{{Annotation|230|10|After:|font-weight=bold|font-style=italic|font-size=15}}
{{Annotation|25|35|Sessile<br />organism<br />anchored<br />in mat}}
{{Annotation|140|20|Animal<br />grazing<br />on mat}}
{{Annotation|7|100|[[Microbial mat]]}}
{{Annotation|135|272|Firm, layered, anoxic, sulphidic substrate}}
{{Annotation|425|110|Loose,<br />oxygenated<br />upper substrate<br /> with<br />burrowing<br / >animals}}
}}

Setting defaults for annotations[edit]

Before:
After:
Sessile
organism
anchored
in mat
Animal
grazing
on mat
Firm, layered, anoxic, sulphidic substrate
Loose,
oxygenated
upper substrate
with
burrowing
animals
big bold red sans-serif
italic multi-line
Test of Template:Annotated image for Cambrian substrate revolution

In this example the parameters annot-color=green and annot-font-family=Georgia, Times New Roman, serif have been applied to set new defaults for the annotations. But in addition special formatting values have been applied to "big bold red sans-serif italic multi-line", over-riding the defaults that have been set for the other annotations.

Note that these changes do no affect the color of the wikilink "Microbial mat".

Click "show" to see the code for this
{{ Annotated image | caption=Test of Template:Annotated image for [[Cambrian substrate revolution]] 
| image=Cambrian substrate revolution 01.png | width=500 | height=300 | image-width = 364 
| image-left=68 | image-top=20 | annot-color=green 
| annot-font-family=Georgia, Times New Roman, serif
| annotations =
{{Annotation|7|10|Before:|font-weight=bold|font-style=italic|font-size=15}}
{{Annotation|230|10|After:|font-weight=bold|font-style=italic|font-size=15}}
{{Annotation|25|35|Sessile<br />organism<br />anchored<br />in mat}}
{{Annotation|140|20|Animal<br />grazing<br />on mat}}
{{Annotation|7|100|[[Microbial mat]]}}
{{Annotation|135|272|Firm, layered, anoxic, sulphidic substrate}}
{{Annotation|425|110|Loose,<br />oxygenated<br />upper substrate<br /> with<br />burrowing<br / >animals}}
{{Annotation |350|10|big bold red sans-serif<br />italic multi-line | font-weight=bold 
| font-style=italic | font-size=15 | font-family=Verdana, Arial, sans-serif |color=red |text-align=left}}
}}

Including image map; annotations within image[edit]

CambrianOrdovicianSilurianDevonianCarboniferousPermianTriassicJurassicCretaceousPaleogeneNeogeneExtinction intensity.svg
Millions of years ago
CambrianOrdovicianSilurianDevonianCarboniferousPermianTriassicJurassicCretaceousPaleogeneNeogeneExtinction intensity.svg
Extinction intensity through time: apparent percentage of marine animal genera becoming extinct during any given time interval.
CambrianOrdovicianSilurianDevonianCarboniferousPermianTriassicJurassicCretaceousPaleogeneNeogeneExtinction intensity.svg
Millions of years ago
CambrianOrdovicianSilurianDevonianCarboniferousPermianTriassicJurassicCretaceousPaleogeneNeogeneExtinction intensity.svg
Extinction intensity through time: apparent percentage of marine animal genera becoming extinct during any given time interval.

In this sample the image occupies the whole of the "canvas" and the annotations are superimposed on the image. The top bar of the image is an image map.

The template can float right or left. In the sample on the left, the annotations are all set to bold, by specifying just one parameter.

Click "show" to see the code for the example on the left
{{Annotated image |float=left|height=230|image-left=10|image-top=10|image-width=310
|annot-font-weight=bold|imagemap=
<imagemap>
Image:Extinction intensity.svg|320px
rect 27 0 77 23 [[Cambrian]]
rect 78 0 117 23 [[Ordovician]]
rect 118 0 143 23 [[Silurian]]
rect 144 0 195 23 [[Devonian]]
rect 196 0 250 23 [[Carboniferous]]
rect 251 0 295 23 [[Permian]]
rect 296 0 342 23 [[Triassic]]
rect 343 0 392 23 [[Jurassic]]
rect 393 0 465 23 [[Cretaceous]]
rect 466 0 504 23 [[Paleogene]]
rect 505 0 525 23 [[Neogene]]
desc none
# A comment, this line is ignored
</imagemap>
|image_width = 320
|width=330
|annotations=
{{Annotation|271|90|[[K-T extinction event|End K]]}}
{{Annotation|195|90|[[Triassic-Jurassic_extinction_event|End Tr]]}}
{{Annotation|177|32|[[P-T extinction event|P-T]]}}
{{Annotation|97|110|[[Late Devonian extinction|Late D]]}}
{{Annotation|64|90|[[Ordovician extinction event|End O]]}}
{{Annotation|115|215|Millions of years ago|font-weight=normal}}
|caption=Extinction intensity through time: apparent percentage of marine [[animal]] [[genus|genera]] becoming extinct during any given time interval.
}}

Cropping an image[edit]

The replicator in virtually all known life is deoxyribonucleic acid. DNA's structure and replication systems are far more complex than those of the original replicator.
The replicator in virtually all known life is deoxyribonucleic acid. DNA's structure and replication systems are far more complex than those of the original replicator.[1]

The DNA image on the left was too tall for the associated text, and the next section contained a useful image. Downsizing the DNA image would have made it illegible. But Template:Annotated image with an empty "annotations" parameter can be used to crop an image so that only the important parts are shown. The important parameters for this cunning stunt are width (of the whole box), height (of the whole box), image-width (sets the scale of the image), image-left (a negative value hides the left part of the image) and image-top (a negative value hides the top part of the image).

Click "show" to see the code for the example on the right
{{Annotated image | float=right 
| caption=The replicator in virtually all known life is [[deoxyribonucleic acid]]. 
DNA's structure and replication systems are far more complex than those of the 
original replicator. 
| image=DNA replication split.svg 
| width=150 
| image-width=150 
| height=230 
| image-top=-60 
| annotations=
}}

References

  1. ^ Cowen, R. History of Life (3rd ed.). Blackwell Science. p. 6. ISBN 0632044446.