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Taxonomy Boot Camp 2016’s conference topic is “Beyond Awareness: Honing the Craft,” which will focus on taxonomy methodologies inspired by a range of disciplines, including cognitive science, data management, and user experience design. Join us to learn more about diverse practical approaches that will improve your taxonomy development and implementation skills.
The Taxonomy Boot Camp 2016 program, which will be held Nov. 14-15 in Washington, DC, is designed to provide something for everyone, from taxonomy newbies to seasoned experts (and everyone in between). Two parallel tracks on the first day provide those new to the field with the nuts and bolts they need to get up-to-speed and give more experienced practitioners insight into how others have evolved their approaches. On the second day, hear case studies, practical sessions on taxonomy tools and methods, and cutting-edge developments in the field.
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Using Text Analytics to Conquer
Information Overload, Get Real
Value from Social Media, and Add
Big(ger) Text to Big Data
By Tom Reamy
Foreword by Patrick Lambe
Deep text is an approach to text analytics that adds depth and intelligence to our ability to utilize a growing mass of unstructured text the world is drowning in. Here, author Tom Reamy explains what deep text is and surveys its many uses and benefits. He describes applications and development of best practices, discusses business issues including ROI, provides how-to advice and instruction, and offers guidance on selecting software and building a text analytics capability within an organization.
This is an important book
for anyone who needs to be on the text analytics cutting edge from developers and information professionals who create, manage, and curate text-based and Big Data projects to entrepreneurs and business managers looking to cut costs and create new revenue streams. Whether you want to harness a flood of social media content or turn a mountain of business information into an organized and useful asset, Deep Text will supply the insights and examples you'll need to do it effectively.