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Bridging the Great Indexing Divide

by Alice Redmond-Neal Reprinted from Key Words, the bulletin of the American Society for Indexing I’ve been indexing for over a decade, but when I attended the ASI Annual Meeting...

Automatic Indexing: A Matter of Degree

Automatic Indexing: A Matter of Degree By Melody Smith|December 8th, 2010|Access Insights, Autoindexing, ontology, Taxonomy|1 Comment by Marjorie M.K. Hlava October 2002 First published in the Bulletin of the American Society for...

Automatic Indexing: How Two Approaches Compare

Understanding “Rule Based” vs. “Statistics Based” Indexing Systems by Marjorie M.K. Hlava reprinted from Information Outlook with permission It’s never been more fascinating—or more challenging—to be an information professional. Surveys...

From Documents to Data

In this article from the August/September 2015 issue of Research Information, author David Stuart discusses information retrieval in an increasingly digital world with Access Innovations’ Bob Kasenchak....

Ten Reasons to Create a Taxonomy

Many businesses are unsure about how a taxonomy could benefit them, so we put together a list that offers actual examples of situations when a taxonomy can be...

Articles From Other Sites

100,000 Articles – And the Data Scientists Who Mine Them An article from Bio-IT World on the creation and maintenance of the PLOS ONE thesaurus.   Grey Literature:...

What Can You Do With XML Today?

what-can-you-do-with-xml An article by Dr. Jay Ven Eman, Chief Executive Officer of Access Innovations. Originally posted to the taxodiary blog....