classification

Classifications of Those Rejected

By |December 15th, 2017|Access Insights, News, Taxonomy|Comments Off on Classifications of Those Rejected

You already know my fascination with odd taxonomies and classifications. Remember the deeper dive into Tom Cruise movies? Or how about the post identifying […]

A Semantic Analysis of Constitutions

By |December 13th, 2017|News, Taxonomy|Comments Off on A Semantic Analysis of Constitutions

Using big data analytics techniques, researchers at Dartmouth College have created a taxonomy of the world’s constitutions. This analysis is discussed in the EurekAlert! article “Big data creates family tree […]

Donner, Blitzen and Who?

By |December 11th, 2017|Access Insights, Featured, Taxonomy|Comments Off on Donner, Blitzen and Who?

The festive legend says that Santa Claus’s reindeer pull a sleigh through the night sky to help Santa Claus deliver gifts to children on Christmas Eve.

The names of the […]

The Dynamics of Surviving the Dysfunctional Family Holiday Gathering

By |November 27th, 2017|Access Insights, Featured, Taxonomy|Comments Off on The Dynamics of Surviving the Dysfunctional Family Holiday Gathering

Family life in the 21st century is best demonstrated by the holiday family gathering. There’s nothing in the world as unique and yet predictable, […]

The Digital Journey of Your Food

By |November 23rd, 2017|News, ontology, Standards, Technology|Comments Off on The Digital Journey of Your Food

On the one day a year where food is front and center, at least in America, it seems appropriate to talk about food and […]

Data Management Tool at Your Fingertips

By |November 7th, 2017|Business Intelligence, News, reference, Taxonomy|Comments Off on Data Management Tool at Your Fingertips

There are many options in the world of reference data management (RDM) tools. The source article seeks to help organizations weigh through the various options […]

Taxonomy of Horrors

By |October 31st, 2017|Access Insights, News, Taxonomy|Comments Off on Taxonomy of Horrors

One of the biggest questions floating around every year in October is this: “What movies will you watch this month?”—or some derivative of that. All the major networks play their own hand-picked list of 25-50 “horror” movies all month long. Farms open their doors to a public that can roam around haunted barns and mazes; even the malls host their very own haunted houses (generally not advised for children). Many of these attractions are partly or fully inspired by horror films that over the generations have become staples every October.

Taxonomies – What Are They Good For?

By |October 23rd, 2017|Access Insights, Featured, indexing, search, storage, Taxonomy|Comments Off on Taxonomies – What Are They Good For?

To make the search and browse capabilities of content, document or records management systems truly functional, we need to develop taxonomies. Whether it is a […]

Back to School

By |October 23rd, 2017|indexing, News|Comments Off on Back to School

Making content findable is our goal at Access Innovations. Of course, we are referring to technology and search queries in data that has been […]