Taxonomies can be used in different applications and for different purposes, but at their most basic, they organize and classify. This interesting information came to us from HRM Asia in their article, “Leveraging big data to meet future skills demand in the labour market.”
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has developed a taxonomy that captures the skills needed by workers and those related to their attributes. Though data on job roles and applications on online job listings can provide key information about changes in the skills employers require and workers offer, this classification adds additional highlights.
Access Innovations can classify your data within the context of your particular industry and unique data situation, so that the enriched content can be used for analysis and a deeper understanding of your knowledge base. A controlled vocabulary is needed to ensure that the machine-assisted or fully automated indexing is comprehensive, regardless of what you are indexing. Access Innovations is one of a very small number of companies able to help its clients generate ANSI/ISO/W3C-compliant taxonomies to make their information findable.
Melody K. Smith
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