Click NEW VOCABULARY and fill in the following fields:
TYPE: select Taxonomy
INDEXING USE: select Semantic Enrichment (Indexing)
LANG: set the language of the vocabulary (it can be specific to a regional variant of the language)
NAME: enter the name of the New Vocabulary. It will only be displayed in Back Office management interface (required)
DESCRIPTION: enter a description for the New Vocabulary. It will only be displayed in Back Office management interface (optional)
TAGS: enter words to be used as filters to find the vocabulary in Vocabularies application (optional)
Taxonomy means classifying terms. In order to do that, at least two terms must have been created.
Each term can be associated with as many synonyms as needed (optional).The following screen is displayed:
A column called Specific Terms redirects you towards the specific terms you have defined.
A term can be classified as a:
- Generic term: when it includes one or more terms.
Example: The word "car" is a generic term because it includes in its category the word "sedan".
- Specific term: when it is included in a upper category in the hierarchy.
Example: The word "sedan" is a specific term because it is included in the category of the word "car".
At the top, a breadcrumb representing the hierarchy of the terms is available as soon as the terms' classification begins.
To decide if a term is generic or specific, click it and use one or both of the two frames available at the right of the page:
- Generic term: Add one or more terms (among those you have already written) which are ranked upper.
- Specific term: Add one or more terms (among those you have already written) which are ranked lower.
Click PUBLISH to apply your changes.
Now your terms are classified: