# SOCR EduMaterials GuidelinesWikiEditing

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+ * '''Tables''': This code generates the table below + {| align="center" border="1" + | colspan="5" align="center"| Common Top Row + |- + | + |  cell(2,2) + |  cell(2,3) + |  cell(2,4) + |  cell(2,5) + |- + | rowspan="3"| Common First Column + |  cell(3,2) + |  cell(3,3) + |  cell(3,4) + |  cell(3,5) + |- + | + |  cell(4,2) + |  cell(4,3) + |  cell(4,4) + |  cell(4,5) + |} - -
[[Image:SOCR_Activities_CardCoinSampling_Dinov_092206_Fig1.jpg|300px]]

## This is a brief outline of the most common SOCR Wiki Resource Editing Tasks

• Get a SOCR Wiki Account: Choose a page to link your new document off of (you can also generate a stand-alone Wiki document, but you should try not to do that. Always try to find where your future document belongs first. Then go to this page and edit this page to include a link to your new document). Go to the Main SOCR Wiki (Main_Page), follow the hierarchy and stap at the page which is the most natural parent of the material you are going to propose.
• Images in SOCR Wiki documents: Before you include (JPG) images in your SOCR pages you must have them saved with proper names on your client computer.
• Naming your SOCR Wiki Images:
• Example: SOCR_Activities_CardCoinSampling_Dinov_092206_Fig1.jpg
• General Image Naming Convention: SOCR_MainTopic_SubTopic_SubSubTopic_Title_Author_Date_FigNo.jpg
• Include your Image in the Wiki document: A variant of this command will include your image as follows: [[Image:SOCR_Activities_CardCoinSampling_Dinov_092206_Fig1.jpg|300px]]
• Tables: This code generates the table below
 Common Top Row cell(2,2) cell(2,3) cell(2,4) cell(2,5) Common First Column cell(3,2) cell(3,3) cell(3,4) cell(3,5) cell(4,2) cell(4,3) cell(4,4) cell(4,5)