sharepoint enterprise – co authoring Excel cell highlight while another user editing same document

I am using SharePoint 2016 with Office online server. I have few excel document, When I open excel document in web browser, Myself and my colleague both able to edit same excel document in same time. I can see his changes as soon as he completed , that’s fine. However, I would to like see which cell my colleague is working on, when i am in the same document. I do believe that In the right top corner, we can see co author user details along with which cell he is editing and also there is color indication in excel document when another user editing same document.

Workflow for authoring Pokémon-like game database content

I’m programming on a game that relies on a database for a lot of the creatures and items in the game (think Pokémon).

Currently, we have a Google Sheet that the designers are making. They will be using it to populate all of the items necessary for the game, so it acts as a ‘source of truth’. However, to translate this into the database (SQLite) we’ll need to write some code to pull the data, format it and put it into the database. The maintenance of this will also be pretty annoying, as we already need to maintain the database schema and the code representation (Unity C#).

Before writing this code I’m exploring other options. I’ve looked into Microsoft Access (and similar programs) but they seem to be geared towards making applications now and don’t have much in the way of SQLite integration.
I’m leaning towards using a visualizer tool like DB Browser for SQLite or SQLiteStudio, but the lack of cloud syncing might mean a janky solution with Google Drive or AWS.

I’m looking for a workflow that:

  1. will be accessible for game designers (who have little to no SQL experience, but willing to learn)
  2. will keep changes between designers synced
  3. will be easy to manage and maintain for the codebase and SQLite database.

How can we solve this problem?

Publishing – authoring software for creating an illustrated pen & paper book

At the risk of being aloof (sorry, but could not find any conclusive information) …

Which authoring software is recommended to create richly illustrated books in a style similar to many of Pen & Paper's additions published by companies such as Wizards of the Coast? I am looking for a software to create layout and design in a similar style. Illustrations, tables, quotes, info boxes, etc.

Now, before pointing out the usual suspects like Adobe InDesign, I'm asking this question to see if any of the big publishing tools are better than others.

schema.org – Combination of RDFa Lite authoring scheme and rel = "author" HTML markup

The rel Attribute has two different purposes that might conflict:

  • Simple HTML code: provide a connection type
  • RDFa: provide a property (just like that property Attribute, but with some technical differences)

In both sections, it is interpreted as a Schema.org property¹ author, not the link type author,

The best way to avoid such confusion in general is not to use it vocabulary, Use prefix Instead (or rely on the RDFa core initial context):




  
Contact



  
Contact

Note that Google is now reporting an error:

The property http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/links.html#link-type-author is not recognized by Google for an object of the type person,

This is not a problem, you can ignore it because the generated URI shows that Google's SDTT correctly recognizes that rel value is a link type (which can also be used as an RDF property) and is no longer interpreted as a Schema.org property. This error is also output when properties from vocabularies other than Schema.org are used. This is a very good and useful measure.


¹ Side Note: If I understand Listen Point 7 correctly, an RDFa parser should ignore that rel Attribute in your particular case because you have the property Attribute for the same element and yours rel does not contain a CURIE / URI value.

Packages – How to Connect to Ncbi Databases for Text Search? MathIOmica authoring instructions do not work now

Mia's stuff in the notebook MmaBioinfo_Ch4_Datenbanken contains a code for finding the snp that refers to autism

URLExecute["https://eutils.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/eutils/esearch.fcgi", {"RequestMethod" -> "POST", "retmode" -> "json", "db" -> "snp", "term" -> "autism"}, "RawJSON"]

with the result

 <|header -> <|type ->    esearch, version -> 0.3 |>, esearchresult -> <|count -> 30, retmax -> 20, retstart -> 0, idlist -> {386572987, 122468182, 121912597, 121908445, 104894663, 60754679, 60350369, 59359388, 58778612, 56567265, 52837965, 17851360, 17826777, 17551405, 17350302, 17295902, 10373747, 10348618, 10314229, 7794745}, translation set -> {}, translation stack -> {<|term -> autism[All Fields], Field -> All Fields, Count -> 30, Explosion -> N |>, GROUP}, Query Translation -> Autism[All Fields]|> |>

However, my results after running the same code are really empty

<|header -> <|type ->    esearch, version -> 0.3 |>, esearchresult -> <|count -> 0, retmax -> 0, retstart -> 0, idlist -> {}, translationset -> {}, queryTranslation -> (autism[All Fields]), Error list -> <|phrasesnotfound -> {Autism}, fields not found -> {} |>, warning list -> <|phrasesignored -> {}, quotedphrasesnotfound -> {}, outputmessages -> {No items found.} |> |> |>

d. H. without a successful search result

I think the database structure was changed between December 2017 and today. But how do you change the query to account for this change?