Gives an uncluttered database with essential record types, fields,
terms and relationships, including bibliographic and spatial entities.
Recommended for most new databases unless you wish to copy a particular template (next option).
THIS DATABASE IS CURRENTLY UNDER DEVELOPMENT - PLEASE DON'T USE THIS OPTION
A training database consisting of interlinked information about Shakespeare's plays, company, actors, theatres, performances etc.
Use this database as a starting point for becoming familiar with Heurist (See introductory video).
Suggested next steps
After the database is created, we suggest visiting Manage > Structure > Browse templates
to download pre-configured templates or individual record types and fields from databases registered with the Heurist Network.
New databases are created on the current server. You will become the owner and administrator of the new database.
Registration information entered
Enter the password set by your system administrator for new database creation
Enter a name for the new database
No spaces or punctuation other than underscore. Database names are case-sensitive.
The user name prefix is editable, and may be left blank, but we suggest using a consistent prefix
for personal databases so that they are easily identified and appear together in the list of databases.
Please register in order to define the user who will become the database owner and administrator.
If you are already a user of another database on this server, we suggest logging into that database (select database here)
and creating your new database with Database > New Database, as this will carry over your login information from the existing database.
Congratulations, your new database [ ] has been created
Admin password: <same as the account you are currently logged in as>
Log into your new database with the following link:
(we suggest bookmarking this link)
After logging in to your new database, we suggest you import some additional entity types from one of the
curated Heurist databases, or from one of the other databases listed in the central database catalogue,
using Database > Structure > Browse templates