Highlights February 2019

In this first edition of our quarterly newsletter for 2019 we share results of the recent Taxonomy Practitioners Survey plus latest blogs and insights from the Synaptica team.

What did you tell us?

The final results of the 2018 Taxonomy Practitioners Survey are available to download. Initial findings were also shared at Taxonomy Boot Camp events in London and Washington D.C. during 2018.
The aim of the survey was to find out how practitioners build and maintain taxonomies. The survey also explored how they use taxonomies to categorize content and enhance search.
Read the full results


Our latest Insights interviews feature Heather Hedden, Cengage and Helen Lippell, Programme Chair of Taxonomy Boot Camp London. We also recently interviewed the Archivist at DIMOC. All share their taxonomy stories and how they use our products.

Read our Interviews

SPARQL - You Taxonomy Star!

Jim Sweeney shared his talk on definining, designing and accessing Linked Data at KMWorld late last year.  You can view this presentation and others by the team from our website.

View our Presentations

Text Analytics

Ahren Lehnert regularly writes a blog related to the theme of Text Analytics. You can read a selection of recent blogs including characters, synonyms online and controlled vocabularies.

Read Ahren's Blogs

We now have an updated full Product Brochure available to download. Here you will find information about our enterprise taxonomy management with KMS and Graphite, Text Analytics and Categorization plus Linked Data solutions.
Download our Brochure
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