Re: [TaxoCoP] Re: Taxonomy Development Infographic
- Thanks for the feedback Stephanie. Yes you're welcome to use it with attribution. On the "develop" question the answer is actually both things you suggested - I wanted to keep it simple, and I think that between warrant and testing most of the critical input for development emerges. I wasn't intending to make a strong methodological statement, I actually did have "Design and Test" in an earlier version and decided to simplify in deciding to drop words, Testing was less dispensable than "Develop" or "Design".BestPOn May 2, 2012, at 6:12 PM, stephaniealemieux wrote:
This is really nicely done! ...though perhaps more info than graphic :)
And I'm so thrilled you're sharing it. I'd love to reference it (with attribution of course)
One question for you - it goes from Plan to Test... there's no Develop or Create step. Did you put in the facet creation under test for simplicity or is it a methodological statement you're making?
--- In TaxoCoP@yahoogroups.com, Patrick Lambe <plambe@...> wrote:
> Hi folks - I've created a taxonomy development infographic, originally
> to explain the process to clients, but thought I would share more
> widely. There are A4 and A3 poster versions available if you find it
> Patrick Lambe
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- At 11:04 PM 5/1/2012, Patrick Lambe wrote:
Hi folks - I've created a taxonomy development infographic, originally to explain the process to clients, but thought I would share more widely. There are A4 and A3 poster versions available if you find it useful.
If you are off biking you might not see this for a while, but thought you might be interested in seeing a "prezi" version of your "infographic" on creating a taxonomy that someone at the DAM foundation put together.
David Riecks (that's "i" before "e", but the "e" is silent)
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