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Taxonomy, Ontology, and Knowledge Graph Software and Solutions

Synaptica has been helping people to organize, categorize and discover enterprise knowledge for over 25 years.


Taxonomy and Ontology management powered by a graph database

Explore Graphite

Quickly design, build and manage

Intuitive drag-and-drop graphical user interface and workflow.

Simplify systems integrations

Adopt open industry standard models and data interchange formats.

Build smarter search and discovery

Leverage logical dependencies defined by properties, predicates and classes.

Create KOS schemes

Use public domain ontology plug-and-play predicates and classes.

Introduction to Graphite

Graphite is a powerful tool for quickly designing, building, and managing KOS using an intuitive graphical user interface. Based on Linked Data and Semantic Web standards and utilizing native RDF concept modeling.

Powered by a graph database, Graphite offers speed and flexibility.


Graphite Knowledge Studio

Automate semantic tagging and auto-categorization of enterprise content.

Graphite Knowledge Studio enables taxonomists and content managers to automate the tagging and categorization of enterprise content.

Powered by Ontotext Text Analytics

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Webinar | On Demand

How to Use Your Enterprise Taxonomies for Auto-Categorization

Our recent webinar is now available to watch on demand. Synaptica presented Graphite Knowledge Studio tools and illustrated how enterprises can leverage their existing taxonomies to perform auto-categorization, including inline semantic tagging as well as document-level classification.

This Webinar was hosted by Synaptica, supported by Ontotext. Speakers were Synaptica’s Founder, Dave Clarke, with a demonstration of NLP under-the-hood by Borislav Ankov, Product Owner of Ontotext Metadata Studio.

Graphite Knowledge Studio is powered by Ontotext Text Analytics

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Blogs and News

Ten Ways to Drive Your Taxonomist Crazy

| Controlled Vocabularies, Ontology, Taxonomy | No Comments
Life as a Taxonomist Before I started working in controlled vocabularies myself, I didn’t know the field even existed. Unlike many taxonomists, I didn’t start with a Library Science degree…

KMWorld 2022 Topics & Trends

| Knowledge Graphs, Ontology, Taxonomy | No Comments
KMWorld Conference The annual KMWorld Conference returned as an in-person event this year for the first time since 2019. The conference ran November 7th – 10th and included the co-located…

So Many (Information) Silos, We Must All Be Farmers

| Knowledge Graphs, Knowledge Management, Ontology, Taxonomy | No Comments
What Is an Information Silo? If you are in the field of information management, you have undoubtedly heard the phrase “information silo” or perhaps “data silo”. I grew up in…

Taxonomy Transformation

| Controlled Vocabularies, Ontology, Taxonomy, Taxonomy Management | No Comments
Legacy in Language There are potential or new clients who come to us with a definitive version of their taxonomy, typically in a spreadsheet format like CSV or Excel. The…
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The Synaptica Guide to Developing Enterprise Ontologies, Taxonomies, and Knowledge Graphs

This 3rd Edition covers Taxonomy Roles and an expanded section on Controlled Vocabularies.

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