When I click on the internal [[ Cosmotechnique ]] link, it drives me towards a blank page (which is, I assume, normal).
I would like my [[ Cosmotechnique ]] link to encompass the whole section related to [[ Cosmotechnique ]] : here, for instance, the two following paragraphs.
So that I could, once my connections have been done, collect in the new file all the sections related to the same [[ Cosmotechnique ]] reference, updated whenever I’ll edit one of the pre-existing references, or when I create a new [[ Cosmotechnique ]] link.
Is it possible to do so ?
Many thanks for your help !
As @lipilli suggests, the correct link to the whole section would be [[filename#Cosmotechnique]], and theoretically you could build a dataviewjs query to gather all those links and embed them in another document. However, embedding and dataview is not always the best of friends.
A third option, could be to look into using inline fields somehow, and then use dataview to collate those inline fields into a total. I would opt for this route, and then style the inline fields to look a little nicer than they would look by default. It would however require some changes to your notes, like doing something like:
[cosmotechnique:: Manière d´ancrer la technique dans le local, .... Yuk Hui. ]
[cosmotechnique:: "La cosmotechnique, effectivement, ... diffeérent." (cf [[Ballast]]) ]
You could possibly also use some variant of lists decorated for easy retrieval, or maybe callouts. But I think inline fields would be the safest and most reliable way to achieve the collation of all paragraphs related to Cosmotechnique.