The accidental taxonomist

  • 464 Pages
  • 0.34 MB
  • 403 Downloads
  • English
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Cross references (Information retrieval), Subject headings, Classification, Information organization, Thesauri, Ind
StatementHeather Hedden
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ666.5 .H43 2016
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxi, 464 pages
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27217858M
ISBN 101573875287
ISBN 139781573875288
LC Control Number2016002968
OCLC/WorldCa942608842

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Provided by Access Innovations, Inc. Creating and maintaining a taxonomy, regardless of whether it's in a taxonomy software system or simply as a document, can be a challenge, both technically and socially. This book helps both the professional and 'accidental' taxonomist develop a governance model, design a governance committee and maintain a taxonomy for near and long-term use.

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