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taxonomy help summary (long)

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Katherine Lumb <[log in to unmask]>

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Thanks very much to everyone who responded to my call for taxonomy help. 
The most relevant single thing I learned was that I really didn't need a taxonomy at all, but a controlled vocabulary/thesaurus.

Following are the most useful links (for my particular project) that I culled from the responses and my own research, followed by the responses themselves.

Reference Materials

Thesaurus Building Tutorial
http://instruct.uwo.ca/gplis/677/thesaur/main00.htm

Willpower Information: "Publications on thesaurus construction and use"
http://www.willpower.demon.co.uk/thesbibl.htm

Willpower Information: "Thesaurus principles and practice"
http://www.willpower.demon.co.uk/thesprin.htm

Christina Wodtke : "Mind your phraseology!: Using controlled vocabularies to improve findability"
http://www.digital-web.com/tutorials/tutorial_2002-08.shtml

Karl Fast, Fred Leise and Mike Steckel: "Creating a Controlled Vocabulary"
http://www.boxesandarrows.com/archives/creating_a_controlled_vocabulary.php

Karl Fast, Fred Leise and Mike Steckel: "Creating a Controlled Vocabulary: An Annotated Bibliography"
http://www.boxesandarrows.com/archives/Facets_CV/Bibliography.htm

Amy Warner: "A Taxonomy Primer"
http://www.lexonomy.com/publications/aTaxonomyPrimer.html

ContolledVocabularies.com
http://www.controlledvocabulary.com

Montague Institute Review: "Ten Taxonomy Myths"
http://www.montague.com/review/myths.shtml


Existing Controlled Vocabularies

The American Society of Indexers list of online thesauri:
http://www.asindexing.org/site/thesonet.shtml 

United States Library of Congress: 
http://www.loc.gov/lexico/servlet/lexico

Traugott Koch: "Controlled vocabularies, thesauri and classification systems available in the WWW" 
http://www.lub.lu.se/metadata/subject-help.html 

The Thesari of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, (UNESCO) 
http://www.ulcc.ac.uk/unesco/index.htm
 
The WordHoard 
http://www.mda.org.uk/wrdhrd1.htm

Steven Baum: "Online Dictionaries, Glossaries and Encyclopedias"
http://stommel.tamu.edu/%7Ebaum/hyperref.html

Anne Betz: "Classification schemes and thesauri on-line"
http://www.fbi.fh-koeln.de/fachbereich/labor/Bir/thesauri_new/indexen.htm

Michael Middleton: "Controlled vocabularies"
http://sky.fit.qut.edu.au/~middletm/cont_voc.html

Here are the responses I received:

Katherine,
I would like to recommend EEI Communications to you. They have built the sites for Smithsonian, and other federal agencies + corporate concerns. They also have one of the best 'web" schools on the east coast. You may want to hire them on in an assistant capacity.
Please see www.eeicommunications.com <http://www.eeicommunications.com/>, and   <http://www.eeicommunications.com/newmedia/index.html> contact Stephen Colgan directly at (301) 495-9800.   Please let me know if I may be of any more assistance to you.
Thanks!
Abbe Buck
www.highviz.net/federal.html <http://www.highviz.net/federal.html>
1-800-380-2825 
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This is an article written for Boxes and Arrows on this subject. It might be worth a look. We were surprised at how little there is on this topic! 

http://www.boxesandarrows.com/archives/creating_a_controlled_vocabulary.php

Best of luck.
Mike Steckel 
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Hi Katherine -

You have a tough job ahead of you.  There really isn't anything written
about taxonomy development that's non-commercial, process-oriented and
specific to taxonomic hierarchies.  Also, the tools for taxonomy development are limited and for the most part embedded in commercial products such as search and classification engines.  In general, we're talking about a pretty labor intensive process.  I've written a few things about taxonomy
development, and you're welcome to take a look, but the book remains to be written.

If you want to create a thesaurus, the picture is somewhat better.  There are thesaurus management tools, primarily editors, but better than the Excel spreadsheets that I've used for many taxonomies.  (They can also be used for taxonomies.)  Check out the ones from MultiTes and Data Harmony, to name a couple.  But here again, we're talking about a very labor intensive project.
Also, check out Amy Warner's article "A Taxonomy Primer" -
http://www.lexonomy.com/publications/aTaxonomyPrimer.html.  Despite it's title, it's mostly about thesauri creation and there's a good bibliography attached.

There's a couple of links on the Home Page of my Web site that might be
useful - http://www.kcurve.com.  The Powerpoint on the subject of Taxonomy and Software has some methodological discussion toward the end and many best practices.  It's also pretty new; I did the research for a presentation last Spring.  As you'll see from my papers, what makes a good taxonomy is the effort put in up front to determine who the audience is, what their information needs are, what vocabulary they use, etc., etc.  I'm also attaching a paper that was published recently by the Montague Institute.  It explores the relationship between taxonomies and usability.  You might find some tidbits.

Good luck.  Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Marcia


Marcia Morante
KCurve, Inc.
(718)881-5915 - office
(917)821-2087 - mobile
http://kcurve.com
Effective Content Management for the Web
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Steve,  

Here are some "taxonomy" related websites that may be of interest to Katherine.  Although after quickly visting the Semaphore Partners website I am a little perplexed at her question.  I provide these references as ones I have used in the past and have worked with a couple of the companies.  Further, I am a little cautious about providing references without knowing more about the Semaphore needs/objectives/etc...you know the holistic top level considerations that need to be asked before embarking on a taxonmy (if that is really what they need) project.  On closer inspection they may really just need a controlled vocabulary or maybe a more extensive thesaurus. It really depends on what they are wanting to do/accomplish.
 
Anyhow, with these caveats here maybe is some useful info:
 
Taxonomies

Montague Institute Review (myths about taxonomies):  http://www.montague.com/review/myths.shtml <http://www.montague.com/review/myths.shtml>  

Wordmap (practical implementation of web):  http://www.wordmap.com/ <http://www.wordmap.com/> 
 
Earley & Assoc (basic process):  http://www.earley.com/development/easwebsite/eaweb2001.nsf/Content/EnterpriseTaxonomyDevelopment <http://www.earley.com/development/easwebsite/eaweb2001.nsf/Content/EnterpriseTaxonomyDevelopment> 

Synaptica  Inc (good white paper/tutorial):  http://www.synaptica.com/taxonomies.asp <http://www.synaptica.com/taxonomies.asp>   

Hope this is of some use,  

Bert
James Bertolglio
----------------------------------------------------
Hi Katherine --

You might want to read my article, "Happiness is Taxonomy:  Four Structures for Snoopy," which appeared in the March 2003 issue of "Information Outlook, the journal of the Special Libraries Association.  In the article, I explain what a taxonomy is, how it relates to library classification, and then describe my experiences building a taxonomy for a major Charles Schulz licensee.  

Thanks,

Katherine Bertolucci
Taxonomy and Information Management Consultant
Isis Information Services
P O Box 627
Phoenix, AZ  85001
602-258-2035
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Katherine,

If you haven't already done so, you might want to take a look at the article that Karl Fast, Mike Steckel and I wrote for Boxes and Arrows on creating controlled vocabularies. It's available at: http://www.boxesandarrows.com/archives/creating_a_controlled_vocabulary.php

When several colleagues and I worked on a large taxonomy project last fall, we simply developed the controlled vocabularies in Excel, using an indented format to indicate levels in the hierarchy. That seemed to be perfectly acceptable to the folks who were then transferring the vocabularies to the CMS.

If you'd like to talk about your project further, I'd be happy to discuss it with you.

Regards,
Fred

Fred Leise
Information Architect/Metadata Designer/Indexer
www.ContextualAnalysis.com <http://www.contextualanalysis.com/> 
773-561-1993
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Hi Katherine,

you could try Drupal <www.drupal.org>, an open-source (php-based) CMS that has a useful module to build taxonomy. I tried it and I found good. You can subscribe for an online use or install it on your server, or locally on your pc.
See <http://drupal.org/node/view/299>. 
I suggest to install also the optional taxonomy-html module <http://drupal.org/drupal/4.2.0/modules/taxonomy_html.tgz>

For a faceted approach, I suggest Facetmap <http://facetmap.com/>

Ciao, 
Luca 
---------------------------------------------------------
Hello Katherine,

My name is Graeme Cox and I work for a company called Intology (Canberra
Australia). We may have some tools that are of interest to particularly:

1. KeyWord - automatically extracts key words and phrases from documents
as well as acronyms and their meanings.

2. Klarity Taxonomy Builder - takes the output of KeyWord (or other
sources) and uses this to build a taxonomy that can then be manually
manipulated. There are several outputs from this process, a taxonomy,
candidate thesaurus, exempla content against the taxonomy and key
words/phrases against the taxonomy.

If this is of interest to you, then I can provide you with further
information.

Regards

Graeme
-------------------------------------------------------
Katherine, 

Like most librarians, I tend to get carried away with my information sharing. So, here is some general information on what we did and some sources for taxonomies. Let me know what is useful and what isn't. 

The first rule is never "start from scratch."  Most people don't have the kind of back ground that would allow them to build an in-depth taxonomy from scratch. We started with subject based thesauri. We needed taxonomies for medical sciences so we used portions of the MeSH, NIH CRISP and DOE Energy thesauri to build a very large taxonomy which was customized for the pharmaceutical sciences. When you use thesauri, you get deep taxonomies that come with hierarchies that are built by subject matter experts. 
The American Society of Indexers has a list of online thesauri -  http://www.asindexing.org/site/thesonet.shtml 
You can also buy both taxonomies and thesauri from the Taxonomy Warehouse -  http://www.taxonomywarehouse.com/. This site has a good white paper "Synapse White Paper KMS101 - Taxonomies, Ontologies, Thesauri and Authority Files: The Key to Better Information Retrieval" http://www.synaptica.com/taxonomies.asp 

We used terms from glossaries, book indexes and subject based dictionaries as sources for the marketing, human resources, and IT taxonomies. Book indexes are nice because they provide a directory like hierarchy. These resources won't provide a deep taxonomy but they seem to work. 

My group built hierarchical taxonomies in a text editor, TextPad. They resembled thesauri without related terms. These taxonomies worked best with Semio because they had true broader and narrower terms and synonyms. This is how they looked (The exclamation points (main term), plus signs (synonyms) and negative signs (don't put that here)  were part of the format used by Semio.) 
        !Vitamins 
                +vitamin 
                -a 
                -b 12 
                -b complex 
                -d 
                -e 
                -k 
                -u 
                !Ascorbic Acid 
                        +ascorbic acid 
                        !Dehydroascorbic Acid 
                                +dehydroascorbic acid 
                !Bioflavonoids 
                        +bioflavonoid 
                        !Flavones 
                                +flavon 
                                +flavone 
                                !Quercetin 
                                        +quercetin 
                        !Hesperidin 
                                +hesperidin 
                        !Rutin 
                                +rutin 
                !Vitamin A 
                        +vitamin a 
                !Vitamin B Complex 
                        +vitamin b complex 
                        !Aminobenzoic Acids 
                                +aminobenzoic acid 
                                -4 
                                !4-Aminobenzoic Acid 
                                        +4 aminobenzoic acid 
                                        +4-aminobenzoic acid 
                        !Biotin 
                                +biotin 
                        !Carnitine 
                                +carnitine 
                                !Acetylcarnitine 
                                        +acetylcarnitine 
                                !Palmitoylcarnitine 
                                        +palmitoylcarnitine 

However, you can build flat lists of words and their synonyms that don't have a structure. These subject based lists can be used behind with a search engine to assist in precision and recall. 

career event 
career events 
career event processes 
career events processes 
career event process 
career events process 
career development 
career assessment 
career assessments 
career management 
career opportunities 
career opportunity 
career plan 
career planning workshop 
career planning workshops 
career planning 
development courses and workshops 
career center 
career center faq 
career center contact information 
career test 
career testing 
lilly career center resource library 
lilly career center 
meyers brigg 
meyers briggs 
meyersbrigg 
meyersbriggs 
myers briggs 
myersbriggs 
personalized career counseling 
personality test 
personality testing 
personality tests 
personalize career planning 
development plan 
career development plan 
career development 
career goal 
career management 
career path 
career planning 
development planning 
development plans 
employee career planning 
employee development plan 
employee development plans 
employee development resource catalog 
employee development 
employee needs assessment 
employee skills assessment 
idp 
individual development plan 
individual development 
mentoring 
advanced coaching 
coaching 
mentor 
mentors 
peer coach 
shadowing 
________________________________ 
Kathleen Ellis
Assistant Senior Information Specialist
Information Management Solutions
Eli Lilly and Company
Phone: 317-277-4071 Fax:317-277-2266 
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Katherine:

There are a couple good PowerPoint presentations on Amy Warner's web site.Amy knows more about building taxonomies than anyone I know.   Here's her web site:

http://www.lexonomy.com

Here's a page full of taxonomy-related resources, although I can't vouch for any of them:

http://www.sesdl.scotcit.ac.uk/taxonomy_links.html

I'm looking forward to seeing with what you come up with, because this is something I'm also interested in.

Thank you!  Take care...

Jeff
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Katherine,

If by taxonomy you mean an actual formalized ontology, then I
recommend this article:

http://protege.stanford.edu/publications/ontology_development/ontology101-noy-mcguinness.html

It's based around Stanford's Protege, which is a fairly complex
ontology/taxonomy development tool (steep learning curve), but even
so, as good as anything else for building formally specified
taxonomies/ontologies, and free.

The article is good about addressing practical concerns for those
building taxonomies.

Best wishes,

Paul
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