A202 - Taxonomies for structured content
The common theme to each of these talks is how taxonomies can be the engines for smart, dynamic management of content and metadata; driving websites, content management systems and more. The session covers XML, ontologies and linked data – all vital technologies that taxonomists should be able to understand and exploit.
Moderator: Adrian Fisher
, Director - Adrian Fisher Consulting Ltd
Multiplying the power of taxonomy with granular, structured content
The journey from Excel spreadsheet taxonomy to award-winning ontology-driven dynamic content distribution system
How to fast-track taxonomy projects using linked data
B202 - Tagging at the cutting edge
Text analytics, automatic tagging, auto-categorisation – however you want to label it, there’s no denying it is one of the hottest topics in information management at the moment. These talks illustrate how taxonomies can be enhanced through the use of search technology, APIs and categorisation rules in order to provide tagging at scale to large, diverse information sources.
Moderator: Helen Challinor
, Departmental taxonomist and information standards librarian - Department for Education
The case for catonomies
, Chief Knowledge Architect - KAPS Group
The Climate Tagger – turning data into knowledge
, CFO, Management - PoolParty / Semantic Web Company ODI Node Vienna, Open Knowledge Austria
Automatic tagging: how we indexed a content collection with Solr