Relationships View shows individual search result items on the left, and displays related items on the right. You can only choose Relationships View from the Advanced Search page.
The sample below shows one of three results which is a photograph titled “Wharves and Buildings at Clark Point.” The photo depicts Clark Point in Southwest Harbor and also depicts the Southwest Boat Corporation. The Archive contains an article for both of those topics. As you can see in the sample, the Relationships View for the photograph not only identifies those two related articles, but also displays images and maps related to both articles.
Good to Know
- You can click on an item’s title text to view the item. You can also view the item by clicking on its item number.
- You can click on an item’s thumbnail to see a large image in a popup window. You can then click on the large image to view the next image on the page. You can also click on the left/right arrows, or use the left/right arrows on your keyboard, to view the previous or next image on the page.
- The information displayed for each item in a Relationships View row is the same as what appears when you view an individual item; however, since Relationships View is displaying search results, it allows you to see relationships for more than one item at a time.
- Because of the large amount of information displayed for each row in Relationships View, search results are automatically limited to five per page. Use the pagination controls at the top and bottom of the page to see the next five results.