Gender and Science Taxonomy

"The Gender and Science Taxonomy provides a fixed set of key topics and keywords to classify all content on GenPORT. The taxonomy is organized around 7 top-level concepts, each holding itself several sub-categories. The taxonomy has been developed by the GenPORT Consortium in consultation with several stakeholders over the entire duration of the project. Currently, the taxonomy is fixed; however, it is available as standard compliant vocuabulary.

Taxonomy of Horror Sub-Genres

"I’ve broken the horror genre down into 10 sub-genres and 3 additional non-sub-genre classifications. Each page includes a full breakdown of the category with descriptions for each classification. Additionally, each classification includes a list of films that exemplify that particular corner of the horror genre. This is an ongoing project, so individual pages and lists will open as I complete them."

Integrated Taxonomic Information System

"ITIS is an easily accessible database with reliable information on species names and their hierarchical classification that is publicly accessible with unlimited free use. The database is reviewed periodically to ensure high quality with valid classifications, revisions, and additions of newly described species. The ITIS includes documented taxonomic information of flora and fauna from both aquatic and terrestrial habitats.

Taxonomy of Evaluation

"A wide range of models of PR and communication evaluation exist using a wide range of terms including inputs, outputs, outtakes, outflows, outgrowths, effects, results, and impact. An even wider range of metrics and methods for evaluation are proposed for each stage. The field is confusing for many practitioners. This page presents a taxonomy of evaluation tailored to strategic public communication – a taxonomy being a mapping of a field to produce a categorisation of concepts and terms – in short, to show where things go and where they fit in relation to each other.

Contributor Roles Taxonomy

"A high-level classification of the diverse roles performed in the work leading to a published research output in the sciences. Its purpose to provide transparency in contributions to scholarly published work, to enable improved systems of attribution, credit, and accountability. (...) The classification includes, but is not limited to, traditional authorship roles. That is, these roles are not intended to define what constitutes authorship.

Unique Identifier (ID) Taxonomy

"The following represents a linear or flat representation of the different Unique Identifier Types that are used by Information Technology (IT) organizations and professionals (especially Data professionals) to help create Data Solutions that allow unique identification of instances of Data Entities or Data Items. This Taxonomy is associated with the IT Disciplines known as Unique Identifier Management and Data Management."

Taxonomy Taxonomy

"The following represents a linear or flat taxonomy of the many different key Taxonomy types or categorizations that are used by Information Technology (IT) organizations and professionals to help define, structure, organize, and understand various forms of Data, Information, and Knowledge. Such a Taxonomy is often used as a foundation for activities like data modeling (i.e. the design, definition and development of other Taxonomies and Ontologies).