Create a Taxonomy in the Back Office - Fluid Topics - 3.4 - Technical Notes

Enrich and Clean Metadata

Product
Fluid Topics
Fluid Topics Version
3.4
Category
Technical Notes
Target Audience
public

To enrich the subclass metadata values, the first step is to create a taxonomy in the Back Office. To access the Back Office, go to Administration > Knowledge Hub > Enrich and Clean. Select View/edit taxonomies in the Back Office.
Link to the Back Office Vocabularies from Fluid Topics Enrich and Clean

The Vocabularies interface of the Back Office is displayed for the tenant corresponding to the portal.


Vocabularies interface in the Back Office
Note: If access to the Back Office from this URL is denied, please contact Antidot to modify the portal's configuration.

From the Vocabularies interface, the rest of the process is as follows:

  1. Open the Setup dropdown menu, select Vocabularies, and select the New Vocabulary button.

    The New Vocabulary button allows users to create a vocabulary.
    Tip: If the vocabulary exists in CSV or RDF/XML format, upload it directly by selecting the Import button.

    The New Vocabulary popup appears.


    The Back Office New Vocabulary pop-up window
  2. Define a new vocabulary as follows:

    The new vocabulary is created with the appropriate settings
    • In the Type drop-down menu, Select Taxonomy.
    • In the USE section, select Indexing use and Semantic Enrichment.
    • Name the vocabulary subclass_hierarchy.
      Tip: To differentiate synonyms from taxonomies, name each vocabulary according to the metadata key it enriches and its type, e.g., $metadata_element_to_enrich_clean vs $metadata_element_to_enrich_hierarchy.
    • In the LANG section, select English / U.S., as your content is in American English.
      Note: Fluid Topics supports regional languages, e.g., Metropolitan or Canadian French.
    • Add a short description and tags if desired.
  3. Select Save to create the vocabulary.

The vocabulary is displayed, but it does not yet contain any terms.


The vocabulary's term list is empty