Book: Survey Of Scottish Witchcraft Database Documentation And Description by AnonymousThe following document is a Description and guide to the layout and design of the ‘Survey of Scottish Witchcraft’ database. It is divided into two sections. In the first section appropriate terms and concepts are defined in order to afford accuracy and precision in the discussion of complicated Relationships encompassed by the database. This includes relationships between accused witches and their accusers, different accused witches, people and prosecutorial processes, and cultural elements of witchcraft belief and the processes through which they were documented. The second section is a general Description of how the database is organised. Please see the document ‘Description of Database Fields’ for a full discussion of every field in the database, including its meaning, use and relationships to other fields and/or tables. Three entity models (overview, case attributes and trial attributes) which are graphic descriptions of the table structure of the database are also included to provide a visual map of the database and all the table connections.
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