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SNOMED CT Settings
The SNOMED CT Settings allow you to specify the values for SNOMED CT modules, namespaces, and language preferences.
SNOMED CT Settings Preferences

Module

Select the
SNOMED CT Settings icon in the application's main toolbar where you can specify the settings for modules.
The default module is the one selected during application startup.
To change the default module, clear the Module field, select another from the list, then click Apply and Close.
Available modules are automatically listed, i.e. every module concept that is the subtype of 900000000000443000|Module| concept is available for selection.

Namespace

Select the
SNOMED CT Settings icon in the application's main toolbar where you can specify the settings for namespaces.
The default namespace is the one selected during application startup.
To change the default namespace, clear the Namespace field, select another from the list, then click Apply and Close.
Available namespaces are automatically listed, i.e. that every namespace concept that is the subtype of 370136006|Namespace concept| is available for selection.
Namespaces are distributed by SNOMED International.

SNOMED CT display term

Specify which description type you would like to have the terms displayed with throughout the UI.

Language settings

Select the
SNOMED CT Settings icon in the application's main toolbar where you can specify the language settings.
Available Language reference sets depend on the dataset in use.
Check the Language Reference sets you would like to include, the selected ones will be displayed in concept editors and only those will be updated during authoring.
Set the order of preference using the arrows to the right of the dialog. Then click Apply and Close.
You can also create new Language reference sets or inactivate existing ones in Snow Owl. The language settings table is updated automatically in SNOMED CT Settings.

Authoring mode selection

Select authoring modes: Stated relationship-based authoring and OWL axiom-based authoring. The point of keeping the two authoring modes separated from each other is to prevent users from performing unintentional, erroneous authoring actions. For further information, please visit the Authoring Mode Selection paragraph.

Descriptions for new concepts

Select how would you like to have the default description fields look like in case of new concept creation: pre-populated with the term of the reference concept or having empty Fully Specified Name and Preferred Term fields.