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 inverse operation: create a segmentation whose segments are *parts* of another
 segmentation's segments. Typically, we will be segmenting strings into words,
 characters, or any kind of text units that will be later counted, measured,
-and so on. This is precisely the purpose of widget :doc:`Segment <segment>`.
+and so on. This is precisely the purpose of widget :ref:`Segment`.
 
-To try it out, create a new scheme with an instance of
-:doc:`Text Field <text_field>` connected to an instance of
-:doc:`Segment <segment>`, itself connected to an instance of
-:doc:`Display <display>` (see
-:ref:`figure 1 <segmenting_data_smaller_units_fig1>` below). In what follows,
-we will suppose that the string typed in :doc:`Text Field <text_field>` is
-*a simple example*.
+To try it out, create a new scheme with an instance of :ref:`Text Field`
+connected to an instance of :ref:`Segment`, itself connected to an instance of
+:ref:`Display` (see :ref:`figure 1 <segmenting_data_smaller_units_fig1>`
+below). In what follows, we will suppose that the string typed in
+:ref:`Text Field` is *a simple example*.
 
 .. _segmenting_data_smaller_units_fig1:
 
     :alt: Scheme illustrating the usage of widget Segment
     :figclass: align-center
 
-    Figure 1: A scheme for testing the :doc:`Segment <segment>` widget
+    Figure 1: A scheme for testing the :ref:`Segment` widget
     
 In its basic form (i.e. with **Advanced settings** unchecked, see
 :ref:`figure 2 <segmenting_data_smaller_units_fig2>` below),
-:doc:`Segment <segment>` takes a single parameter (aside from the
+:ref:`Segment` takes a single parameter (aside from the
 **Output segmentation label**), namely a regex. The widget then looks for all
 matches of the regex pattern in each successive input segment, and creates for
 every match a new segment in the output segmentation.
     :alt: Interface of widget Segment configured with regex "\w+"
     :figclass: align-center
 
-    Figure 2: Interface of the :doc:`Segment <segment>` widget, configured for word segmentation
+    Figure 2: Interface of the :ref:`Segment` widget, configured for word segmentation
 
 For instance, the regex *\\w+* divides each incoming segment into sequences of
 alphanumeric character (and underscore)--which in our case amounts to