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GOV.UK Taxonomy

"As members of the Finding Things team have written previously, we’ve long understood the need for a GOV.UK taxonomy that’s subject-based and site-wide, and we’ve been working towards achieving this challenging aim for a while. When finished, the taxonomy will group together all content on the site in a meaningful and intuitive way, using a hierarchical structure. It will consist of many ‘topics’ and ‘subtopics’, to which all content items will be tagged.

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Categories for the Description of Works of Art

"CDWA is a set of guidelines for the description of art, architecture, and other cultural works. CDWA also provides a framework to which existing art information systems may be mapped, upon which new systems may be developed, or upon which data may be linked in an open environment. CDWA is mapped to the Cultural Objects Name Authority (CONA) and CIDOC CRM."

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Sachgruppen der Deutschen Nationalbibliografie

"Bei den Sachgruppen der Deutschen Nationalbibliografie handelt es sich um eine grobe fachliche Gliederung mit ca. 100 Klassen, die auf der Dewey-Dezimalklassifikation (DDC 23) basieren. Sie werden seit 2004 für die Reihen A, B, C, H, O und den Neuerscheinungsdienst der Deutschen Nationalbibliografie verwendet. Die Reihen M (Musikalien) und T (Musiktonträgerverzeichnis) folgen ebenfalls der Gliederung nach DDC; die Sachgruppe 780 Musik wird dabei DDC-gemäß in weitere Unterklassen aufgeteilt.

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Minimum Information for A Phylogenetic Analysis

"The MIAPA ontology is intended to be an application ontology for the purpose of semantic annotation of phylogenetic data according to the requirements and recommendations of the Minimum Information for A Phylogenetic Analysis (MIAPA) metadata reporting standard. The ontology leverages (imports) primarily from the CDAO (Comparative Data Analysis Ontology), PROV (W3C Provenance Ontology), and SWO (Software Ontology, which includes the EDAM ontologies) ontologies.

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Population and Community Ontology

"The Population and Community Ontology (PCO) describes material entities, qualities, and processes related to collections of interacting organisms such as populations and communities. It is taxon neutral, and can be used for any species, including humans. The classes in the PCO are useful for describing evolutionary processes, organismal interactions, and ecological experiments. Practical applications of the PCO include community health care, plant pathology, behavioral studies, sociology, and ecology.

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eNanoMapper

"The eNanoMapper project (www.enanomapper.net) is creating a pan-European computational infrastructure for toxicological data management for ENMs, based on semantic web standards and ontologies. > This ontology is an application ontology targeting the full domain of nanomaterial safety assessment. It re-uses several other ontologies including the NPO, CHEMINF, ChEBI, and ENVO."

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