SmartIndexing

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The Taxonomies & Indexing team has created a separate taxonomy to index LexisNexis sources, which is consistent with the controlled vocabularies used to index documents.  The illustration below shows the “News and Business” topics in the Source Selection Browse form.  Three different taxonomies are available on this form:  geography, publication type, and topic.
 
The Taxonomies & Indexing team has created a separate taxonomy to index LexisNexis sources, which is consistent with the controlled vocabularies used to index documents.  The illustration below shows the “News and Business” topics in the Source Selection Browse form.  Three different taxonomies are available on this form:  geography, publication type, and topic.
  
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===Source Selection: Find===
 
===Source Selection: Find===
 
The same source taxonomies, plus language and periodicity classifications, are available on the Source Selection Find form. (The geography, language, and periodicity choices are collapsed under “More Options” in the illustration.) Note that the publication type options expand, which allows you to select more specific types such as “newspapers” or “transcripts” within the “News” category.
 
The same source taxonomies, plus language and periodicity classifications, are available on the Source Selection Find form. (The geography, language, and periodicity choices are collapsed under “More Options” in the illustration.) Note that the publication type options expand, which allows you to select more specific types such as “newspapers” or “transcripts” within the “News” category.
  
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You can combine the source indexing with keyword searching, or use it by itself. For example, without entering a keyword, you could use SmartIndexing to quickly produce a list of Spanish-language newspapers covering business and management topics.
 
You can combine the source indexing with keyword searching, or use it by itself. For example, without entering a keyword, you could use SmartIndexing to quickly produce a list of Spanish-language newspapers covering business and management topics.

Revision as of 10:50, 10 December 2013