Ideally, like @Andrew - OpenGeoCode mentions, you would release it in multiple formats.
I would really suggest you look into organizing it into a e-book written in Markdown and hosted on Github. There are several advantages to this such as a built-in change log, being able to let people to (publicly) fork your document(s) and share their changes with the ...
The other suggestions on here are great, and I would echo the recommendation to consider Github if you want people to be able to easily edit your product for creating their own versions. This will also help you track the edits that have been made so you can learn more about what people do with your manuals.
If you want to learn more about the definitions ...
From dataset documentation in Table IV of Harrison & Rubin (1978), LSTAT is defined as:
Proportion of population that is lower status = 1/2
(proportion of adults without, some high school education and proportion of male workers classified as
laborers). The logarithmic specification implies that
socioeconomic status distinctions mean more in the
Do you know specifically who will be editing your manual or you plan to open them and see what happen?
If you already have contact with potential editor and contributor, just ask them what makes sense to them.
Markdown and Github is a great option if you community knows how to use them.
Those are pretty common terms for building permits.
"New construction" means that they're building (or placing) a new building.
"renovation/alteration" means that there's an existing building that's being modified.
What qualifies as a renovation can get a little interesting by area ... I remember one of my co-workers telling me that in Virginia if you ...
Just another view on this. I've been working in and around REST and RESTful APIs for a while, sometime going deep down the Hypermedia api sometimes not.
With a hypermedia based API the intention is not to have many documented endpoints into the API but a small number of or even single endpoint from which the client can walk the API to find what they are ...
USAID is in the process of finalizing its geospatial data standards, which we expect to make available in 2017. As stated in our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), datasets must be submitted to the DDL "in a machine-readable, non-proprietary format." As a matter of practice, the DDL will accept proprietary formats as long as the submitter also provides a ...
MediaWiki is a good alternative in getting your documentation out to the public without requiring knowledge of GitHub.
There are some Extensions to link to GitHub, noteably
The GitHub Extension allows to embed files from GitHub.
This GitHub Template provides a convenient way of linking to mediawiki source files hosted in the github mirror
I'm not an expert on this specific subject matter, but I think the helpful 2017 AHS Definitions.pdf (found on page Definitions, Accuracy, Historical Changes, and Questionnaires) clarifies this topic. On page 18 it states:
Housing units. A housing unit is a house, apartment, group of rooms, or single room occupied or intended for occupancy as separate ...
if you set your baseline as JSON, conversion to all of the formats listed is trivial, and can be easily automated.
not listed, and perhaps relevant here is JSON-LD, although i'm not very familiar with it, so that could be wrong: definitely worth a look into....
publish html so that its indexed and searchable on the web; moreover, if you use web ...
I think the answers here are pretty comprehensive, but I am not sure how complex the documents that are being produced. Sometimes, Markdown isn't robust enough to support advanced documents (e.g., footnotes, bibliographies, etc.)
I would also recommend looking at Pandoc or Multimarkdown. It won't necessarily render in GitHub, but is a good way to keep a "...
In RDF, you can do the trick mixing these ingredients:
an observation ontology or vocabulary;
RDF blank nodes;
a provenance ontology.
Sensor and Observations Ontologies
There are many ontologies for measurements and observations, see e. g. this (outdated) list.
In the example below, I will use quick and dirty ad-hoc vocabulary, do not take it seriously.
going out on a limb here, but GitHub recently published a guide for citing Open Science data that sounds very similar to what you are seeking, including the desired audience, except i don't see anything about plain text, and since i'm only helping out here, i did not try the demo.
Digital Object Identifiers (DOI)s are used here in place of the plain text ...