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Admin portlets are accessible via the Portlet Explorer for users who have corresponding rights.

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Admin portlets are accessible via the Portlet Explorer for users who have corresponding rights.

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Data Node

A data node is a container for operations producing or manipulating data and resulting in a result table. It can be based on another data node in the same TIS Project, its parent node.

A (non-empty) data node consists of

• a sequence of operations, and
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Data Node

A data node is a container for operations producing or manipulating data. Each operation produces a table or a graph. The last table produced by the sequence of operations is the data node's result table

A data node can be based on another data node in the same project, its parent node. If it has a parent node, the parent node's result table is the input of the data node.

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Operation

An operation is part of a data node. It applies an operator to this data node. It takes as input zero or one table (the last table produced by the sequence of operations in the data node or the result table of the data node referenced by the data node if the sequence is empty) and some settings, including parameter values. It produces a table or a graph.

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Operation

An operation applies an operator with some operator settings to a data node

Operations in a data node are aligned in a sequence where each operation manipulates the result of the previous operation. The sequence of operations is shown in the List of Operations - Useful informations in the Homepage of a data node.

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Operator

Operators are predefined functions that manipulate or create contents, usually tables, in data nodes. An operator is applied to a data node as operation together with some general and some operator-specific settings. Operations in a data node are aligned in a sequence where each operation manipulates the result of the previous operation.

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Operator

Operators are predefined functions to create or modify tables or  to create graphs in data nodes. An operator is applied to a data node as operation together with its settings. Operations in a data node are aligned in a sequence where each operation manipulates the result of the previous operation.

An operator is added to a data node using the "Add" button in the rightmost column of a data node's "Operations" tab. See Operation page for details on this tab.
Legacy operators can be updated using the "Update operation" button in the "Flags" column of the corresponding operator row, or from within the project properties window. See Upgrade Operator page for details.

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Parameters
 Introduction Parameters allow to change values and settings of TIS Projects (general parameters) and of operators (parameters of operators)from outside of the project (e.g., TIS Board) and
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Parent node

data node another data node, the child node, is based on. The parent node's result table serves as input for the child node's first operation.

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Parent Node

data node another data node, the child node, is based on. The parent node's result table serves as input for the child node's first operation.

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Project

A project is the largest building block of the TIS Editor. In a project, input data is converted to tables or graphs containing (parts of) this data in a desired format. The conversion is done by operations applying operators.

The tables in a project are organised in data nodes and folders. A folder contains one or more data nodes. A data node contains a sequence of operations resulting in the data node's result table

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Roles

A role is a collection of rights. A user assigned a role inherits this role's rights.

The following table describes the predefined roles of TIS.

RolePermissions
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Roles

A role is a collection of rights. A user assigned a role inherits this role's rights.

The following table describes the predefined roles of TIS.

RolePermissions
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TIS Board operator

A TIS Board operator allows a portlet in TIS Board to connect to a data node in the TIS Editor.

TIS Board operators' names are prefixed by "TIS Board". They are listed in the List of Operators.

An overview on the compatibilites between friend operators and portlets can be found in Operator Portlet Compatibility.

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