Commit 361661c9 authored by Samuel GAIST's avatar Samuel GAIST Committed by Flavio TARSETTI

[doc][dataformats] Remove edition part

parent f765bba1
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Data formats specify the transmitted data between the blocks of a toolchain.
They describe the format of the data blocks that circulate between algorithms
and formalize the interaction between algorithms and data sets, so they can
communicate in an orderly manner. For more detailed information see the "Dataformats" section of "Getting Started with BEAT" in `BEAT documentation`_.
communicate in an orderly manner. For more detailed information see the "Dataformats"
section of "Getting Started with BEAT" in `BEAT documentation`_.
.. note::
.. note::
Data formats are named using three values joined by a ``/`` (slash)
operator. The first value is the **username**.
The ``system`` user, provides a number of pre-defined formats such as
integers, booleans, floats and arrays (see `here <https://www.beat-eu.org/platform/dataformats/system/>`_). You may also
integers, booleans, floats and arrays (see `here <https://www.idiap.ch/software/beat/platform/dataformats/system/>`_). You may also
browse `publicly available data formats`_ to see all available data formats
from the ``system`` and other users.
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Editing Operations
------------------
Deleting a Data Format
----------------------
You may delete a data format that you created by just clicking on the
``Delete`` button and once deleted it cannot be restored. Notice that, if the
data format has been already used by any algorithm within the platform, it
cannot be deleted any longer.
From the data formats page, the user can ``Fork`` that particular data format,
creating a new data format with a different name or creating a new version of
that particular data format which would be the action to choose if the user
just want to make a small correction on that existing declaration. As with
algorithms, the user can also add an optional documentation with the data
format or change the sharing preferences for that particular object.
Sharing a Data Format
---------------------
As with other components within the platform, all the elements that are created
within the platform are private in nature, so this means that only the user
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more information on our :ref:`faq`).
.. include:: ../links.rst
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