Access Innovations, Inc., creator of the award-winning Data Harmony semantic enrichment software, is proud to announce the recent completion of a thesaurus project with […]
The Kentucky Derby may be the most widely anticipated and discussed two-minute sports event of the year. For folks outside the 30-mile radius of […]
Express yourself may have been Madonna’s instructions but it also comes from our parents, grandparents, and especially our teachers. Middle school teachers, apparently, are holding […]
Words that occur together frequently are likely to encode important concepts. Therefore, simply sorting a list of phrases according to the frequency of occurrence […]
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Synonyms and other non-preferred terms are largely what make a taxonomy (or other controlled vocabulary) a […]
Every once in a while, the issue of capitalization in taxonomies and thesauri pops up. Some of us in taxonomy land believe that it does make a difference what capitalization (versus lower case) style you use. We just don’t necessarily agree what that style should be.