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Charts tracking tags in articles by Michael Day

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Interactive charts on this page show tags in articles published by Michael Day, tracking usage from 1996 (when publication started) to present (as of most recently published issue).

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Top tags in Michael Day articles

This chart shows up to 10 tags most frequently associated with Michael Day.

  • select term label (near bottom of each column) to see an overview of all articles by Michael Day referring to this term
  • the default view of articles and total usage shows overall comparisons of top terms used by Michael Day
  • de-select the 'articles' label to hide this data set and focus on total usage of each term
  • de-select the ''total usage' label to hide this data set to focus on numbers of articles referring to each term

Long tail: all tags in articles by Michael Day

This data chart shows relative distribution of data associated with tags in articles written by Michael Day:

  • points in red plot data related to the top 10 tags
  • points in blue plot the (more or less) long tail of other tags also associated with Michael Day
  • vertical axis marks the number of articles in which Michael Day refers to a term
  • horizontal axis marks total usage of a term by Michael Day
  • darker points in this chart indicate overlaps of terms mentioned in same number of articles with same total usage

Complete list of tags associated with Michael Day

Here is a list of tracked terms used by Michael Day, ordered by total usage of each term.

  • numbers in parentheses indicate each tag's position in the chart (total usage / number of articles).
  • term names provide links to overviews of relevant articles by Michael Day

metadata (347/24), data (299/22), archives (267/21), research (263/25), preservation (191/20), cataloguing (107/14), url (101/11), digitisation (96/7), digital preservation (88/13), software (63/17), search technology (53/14), ocr (51/1), digital library (51/19), interoperability (49/13), database (48/17), oais (47/6), ukoln (46/25), standards (42/13), repositories (35/10), jisc (35/11), framework (31/14), identifier (30/10), bibliographic data (28/10), dublin core (28/10), university of bath (27/21), information retrieval (26/7), infrastructure (25/8), video (23/4), data set (22/8), resource discovery (21/9), provenance (20/7), dissemination (20/5), preservation metadata (19/5), usability (18/9), university of cambridge (18/10), british library (18/9), national library (18/10), accessibility (17/5), elib (17/9), data mining (16/5), digital archive (16/6), oai (16/2), national library of australia (16/5), rdf (15/2), the national archives (14/6), d-lib magazine (14/8), copyright (13/10), taxonomy (13/4), controlled vocabularies (13/3), multimedia (12/6), internet archive (12/4), xml (12/6), sosig (11/2), iso (11/6), bibliometrics (11/2), eprints (11/2), university of oxford (10/5), web 2.0 (10/2), oclc (10/3), google (10/6), w3c (9/3), intellectual property (9/7), algorithm (9/5), ark (9/1), indiana university (9/4), impact project (9/1), university of pittsburgh (9/4), e-learning (9/1), codata (9/1), open university (9/2), higher education (9/7), z39.50 (9/2), mpeg (8/2), visualisation (8/3), schema (7/5), ftp (7/3), isbd (7/2), doi (7/2), cornell university (7/2), vocabularies (7/6), geospatial data (6/2), cerlim (6/1), html (6/5), ifla (6/3), library of congress (6/3), aacr2 (5/1), uk data archive (5/1), pdi (5/1), document format (5/3), ibm (5/2), massachusetts institute of technology (5/4), standardisation (5/4), urn (5/2), national library of the netherlands (5/3), adl (4/1), information society (4/4), prism (4/1), bnf (4/3), university of london (4/2), digital preservation coalition (4/1), dublin core metadata initiative (4/2), application profile (4/1), marc (4/3), hypertext (4/3), harvard university (4/3), jisc information environment (4/3), heritrix (4/1), data model (4/3), optical character recognition (4/1), stanford university (4/2), metadata model (4/1), persistent identifier (4/1), api (4/2), manchester metropolitan university (4/1), semantic web (3/3), thesaurus (3/2), victoria university (3/2), national academy of sciences (3/3), foi (3/1), authentication (3/3), eprints uk (3/1), wcag (3/1), frbr (3/1), foia (3/1), university of glasgow (3/2), ead (3/1), open access (3/2), flickr (3/2), university of bristol (3/3), resource description (3/5), microsoft (3/3), university of chicago (3/1), edinburgh napier university (3/3), mods (3/1), university of east anglia (3/2), kings college london (3/3), university of sheffield (3/2), ietf (3/2), operating system (3/1), lcsh (3/1), ansi (2/1), university of arizona (2/2), elsevier (2/2), licence (2/2), cilip (2/1), stm (2/2), privacy (2/2), machine learning (2/2), university of california berkeley (2/2), jisc digital media (2/1), learning objects (2/1), university of illinois (2/2), university of brighton (2/2), data management (2/2), oxford university press (2/2), ulcc (2/2), oai-pmh (2/1), university of southampton (2/2), sgml (2/1), web accessibility initiative (2/1), ict (2/2), xml schema (2/1), rslp (2/1), mla (2/1), ejournal (2/2), text mining (2/1), bldsc (2/1), social networks (2/1), association of research libraries (2/2), content conversion specialists (2/1), web resources (2/1), university of northumbria at newcastle (2/1), dcmes (2/1), web browser (2/2), cache (2/2), ahds (2/2), university of salford (2/1), open source (2/2), facebook (2/2), mobile (2/2), tagging (2/2), university of wolverhampton (2/2), mets (2/1), name mapping authority (2/1), loughborough university (2/2), knowledge management (2/2), open archives initiative (2/2), digital object identifier (2/2), dner (2/1), oreilly (1/1), niss (1/1), ncsa (1/1), citeulike (1/1), content management (1/1), university of hertfordshire (1/1), portal (1/1), queens university belfast (1/1), file format (1/1), moodle (1/1), purl (1/1), natural language processing (1/1), university of central lancashire (1/1), digital repositories (1/1), university of manchester (1/1), sheffield hallam university (1/1), subject heading (1/1), oracle (1/1), youtube (1/1), semiotic (1/1), character encoding (1/1), coalition for networked information (1/1), subject gateway (1/1), monash university (1/1), national science foundation (1/1), opac (1/1), naan (1/1), born digital (1/1), e-government (1/1), bbc (1/1), perseus (1/1), swiss federal archives (1/1), subject portals project (1/1), austrian national library (1/1), dtd (1/1), adobe (1/1), wiki (1/1), london school of economics (1/1), dublin city university (1/1), rss (1/1), ddi (1/1), content licence (1/1), ebank uk (1/1), institutional repository (1/1), second life (1/1), university of wales (1/1), collection development (1/1), ilrt (1/1), bibliographic control (1/1), national and university library of slovenia (1/1), java (1/1), south bank university (1/1), robert gordon university (1/1), twitter (1/1), alt (1/1), ldap (1/1), rfc (1/1), university of lancaster (1/1), electronic theses (1/1), carnegie mellon university (1/1), university of wisconsin (1/1), dewey decimal (1/1), university of reading (1/1), university of munich (1/1), niso (1/1), graphics (1/1), andrew w mellon foundation (1/1), university college dublin (1/1), blog (1/1), california digital library (1/1), collection description (1/1), simple dublin core (1/1), university of edinburgh (1/1), jpeg 2000 (1/1), university of sussex (1/1), institute for dutch lexicology (1/1), social software (1/1), pics (1/1), plain text (1/1), ascii (1/1), vle (1/1), johns hopkins university (1/1), tiff (1/1), national library of new zealand (1/1), medical subject headings (1/1), aggregation (1/1), abbyy (1/1), icsu (1/1), rnib (1/1), gopher (1/1), gnu (1/1), university of lisbon (1/1), talis (1/1), university of essex (1/1), curation (1/1), edina (1/1), e-science (1/1)

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