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Charts tracking tags in articles by Sophia Ananiadou

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

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Top tags in Sophia Ananiadou articles

This chart shows up to 10 tags most frequently associated with Sophia Ananiadou.

  • select term label (near bottom of each column) to see an overview of all articles by Sophia Ananiadou referring to this term
  • the default view of articles and total usage shows overall comparisons of top terms used by Sophia Ananiadou
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Long tail: all tags in articles by Sophia Ananiadou

This data chart shows relative distribution of data associated with tags in articles written by Sophia Ananiadou:

  • 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 Sophia Ananiadou
  • vertical axis marks the number of articles in which Sophia Ananiadou refers to a term
  • horizontal axis marks total usage of a term by Sophia Ananiadou
  • 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 Sophia Ananiadou

Here is a list of tracked terms used by Sophia Ananiadou, 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 Sophia Ananiadou

text mining (107/4), search technology (89/4), data (57/4), research (52/4), uima (40/3), repositories (33/4), interoperability (28/2), ontologies (24/2), university of manchester (21/4), metadata (18/4), natural language processing (17/3), meta-net (14/1), framework (14/4), institutional repository (12/1), data mining (9/2), algorithm (9/2), identifier (8/3), open access (8/3), web services (8/3), e-science (8/2), standards (7/2), information retrieval (7/4), infrastructure (7/2), semantic web (6/3), named entity recognition (6/3), jisc (6/3), database (6/3), ukoln (5/1), software (5/3), ibm (5/3), digital library (5/3), controlled vocabularies (5/2), visualisation (5/2), taxonomy (4/1), mimas (4/2), google scholar (4/2), portal (3/2), university of oxford (3/1), machine learning (3/2), lucene (3/1), e-research (3/2), internet explorer (3/1), university of bath (3/1), sherpa (3/1), archives (3/2), university of tokyo (3/2), university of salford (3/1), university of liverpool (3/1), bibliographic data (2/2), intute (2/1), information society (2/1), vocabularies (2/2), university of nottingham (2/1), automatic metadata generation (2/1), microsoft (2/2), dissemination (2/1), cache (2/1), university of cambridge (2/2), higher education (2/1), google (2/2), open source (2/2), aggregation (2/1), data set (2/1), knowledge management (2/2), curation (2/1), intellectual property (1/1), apache (1/1), cataloguing (1/1), massachusetts institute of technology (1/1), data management (1/1), doi (1/1), cloud computing (1/1), programming language (1/1), ict (1/1), wikipedia (1/1), usability (1/1), opendoar (1/1), university of bristol (1/1), social networks (1/1), java (1/1), web 2.0 (1/1), oclc (1/1), e-learning (1/1), nhs (1/1), repomman (1/1), blog (1/1), plain text (1/1), tagging (1/1), preservation (1/1), crm (1/1), google search (1/1), personalisation (1/1), medical subject headings (1/1), national library (1/1), gnu (1/1), xml (1/1)

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