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A Marriage of the Past and the Future

By |July 22nd, 2014|Autoindexing, indexing, News|Comments Off on A Marriage of the Past and the Future

Katy Klettlinger became Licking County’s first records center coordinator in November 2008 to store and preserve public records. The position was one of solitude at first but now oversees three other full-time employees: one reference archivist and two imaging technicians. They preserve public records on paper, in electronic form and on microfilm.

Making Content More Findable

By |June 13th, 2014|Autoindexing, indexing, News, search|Comments Off on Making Content More Findable

Metaome Science Informatics has announced the launch of DistilBio Enterprise - a knowledge discovery and exploration platform for the life sciences.

Ontology-Based Software Aiding in Treating Diabetes

By |June 5th, 2014|Autoindexing, indexing, News, ontology|Comments Off on Ontology-Based Software Aiding in Treating Diabetes

Arab Open University's (AOU) branch in Oman has developed software for detection and risk assessment of diabetes and other related diseases. This software is ontology driven known as Decision Support System. It was developed as part of the Research Council (TRC) Open Research Grant program. AOU was awarded this project in 2012.

The Supposed Advantages of Statistical Indexing

By |April 28th, 2014|Access Insights, Autoindexing, Featured, indexing|Comments Off on The Supposed Advantages of Statistical Indexing

I would like to make some observations about statistics-based categorization and search, and about the advantages that their proponents claim. First of all, statistics-based co-occurrence approaches do have their place. For wide-ranging bodies of text such as email archives and social media exchanges, and for assessing the nature of an unknown collection of documents, a well-defined collection of concepts covering a pre-determined area of study and practice is not possible. For lack of this foundation, and for lack of other practical approaches, attempts at analysis fall back on less-than -ideal mathematical approaches.

How did we improve Data Harmony documentation for the 3.9 software release?

By |April 24th, 2014|Access Insights, Autoindexing, indexing, News|Comments Off on How did we improve Data Harmony documentation for the 3.9 software release?

In 2014, we improved the instruction manuals significantly – to be more comprehensive without being harder on the eyes. We upgraded the documentation to be even clearer, more consistent and complete than before, while removing extraneous material.

My favorite M.A.I upgrades in Data Harmony v3.9, continued

By |April 23rd, 2014|Access Insights, Autoindexing, News|Comments Off on My favorite M.A.I upgrades in Data Harmony v3.9, continued

I like the variety of exports available. We’re still creating custom ones for content and web content management systems that require specialized formats, and we’ll continue to do that. But now we can offer exports of limited (top) levels of a hierarchy and exports that include only the fields that you want.