The information accessible at this site should be comprehensive and well structured. To achieve this, a basic structure for each article is desired.
Please think about what information you would like to convey, and as a first step, answer the following questions:
As with this very article, I (and this really is just a personal preference of mine) like to follow this kind of (lose) structure when writing a manual (answering each of the questions in the requirements):
Next to the instruction articles, the NeuroElf wiki naturally also contains reference material (functions, file types, UI etc.). For those articles, the Motivation and Requirements sections are obviously not (as) necessary. Hence those articles should focus on
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===== Section =====
==== Sub-section level 1 ==== Text... === Sub-section level 2 === Text ... == Sub-section level 3 == Text ...
If you wish to add images (including formula representations) to the article, please refer to the articles about uploading image files and creating formula images.