We have been writing many pages with __See also__ wiki-page Section Headers. This has always been envisaged as a stop-gap prior to creating a plugin that renders these See also section in a more functional and appealing manner.
We imagine creating an optional context map for each page using advanced authoring tools that search the federation and wider internet. We aim to be able to capture a wide range of link-types in this section - though we start simply with See also.
This work is based on experience of authoring hypertext systems in medical multimedia settings where causality, and other types of links (ie signs and symptoms) are important. It is also informed by the present need to reprisent arugument with argument maps.
# See also