Der Auto Tagger von Layer2 ermöglichte uns die Umsetzung des „ERBE Information and Knowledge Assistents“ in SharePoint ohne Programmierung. Layer2 unterstützte unsere IT sehr hilfreich während der Testphase.
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Import the following completely FREE SKOS Taxonomies to SharePoint using the Taxonomy Manager: STW Thesaurus for Economics, Thesaurus for the Social Sciences, Country Codes, Drug Administration Forms, Vocabularies for GeoSciML Geoscience information interchange, DDC Dewey Decimal Classification, Libris' vocabularies, National Széchényi Library's vocabularies, Library of Congress’ vocabularies, German national Library' subject headings, French National Library's subject headings, VIAF person authorities, Wikipedia categories, New York Times subjects, IVOA astronomy vocabularies, NASA taxonomy, GEMET General Multilingual Environmental Thesaurus, AGROVOC Agricultural Thesaurus, Linked Life Data, Taxonconcept, UK Public sector vocabularies, UMBEL Upper Mapping and Binding Exchange Layer, Blogger's Topics, GTAA, MeSH and IPSV, UKAT UK Archival Thesaurus, W3C Glossaries, Language codes, IPTC and other.
In this study Gartner Research shows, how Layer2 can fill the gaps with SharePoint out-of-the-box taxonomy management and content classification.
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This article provides an overview of some of the key concepts related to working with the new managed metadata features in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. It discusses how the new managed metadata features provide support for the implementation of formal taxonomies through managed terms. It also explains how social tags work, and how they relate to managed metadata features such as managed terms and enterprise keywords.
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SKOS has been developed by the W3C Semantic Web Deployment Working Group (SWDWG) to support the use of knowledge organization systems (KOS) such as thesauri, classification schemes, subject heading lists and taxonomies within the framework of the Semantic Web. The SharePoint Taxonomy Manager supports SKOS as format for term import and export.
One of the most complete blog posts about Managed Metadata in SharePoint 2010 by Fabian Williams.
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