Is available for testing the 1.033 version of TemaTres. These are some of the new features: Subordinate an existing term to the current term. (special thanks for David Lawrence of SafetyLit and Nandu Madimchetty of Monarch Media) Associate an existing term to the current term as a non-preferred term.(special thanks for David Lawrence of SafetyLit… Read more »
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Harry Potter Thesaurus. Based on automatic parsing of thesaurus created by Stasa Milojevic and available available in www.angelfire.com/ks2/stasa/hpt/first.htm
APT Australian Pictorial Thesaurus Search form Aboriginal customs alarms amphibious military vehicles animal diseases architectural drawings architectural metalwork auroras Australian birds Australian Pictorial Thesaurus bales (packages) banksias bar codes beef booksellers cables cableways campuses carriages carts (horsedrawn) carvings childbirths cleaning plant (mining) climbing coal cockatoos cooperatives cups cutlery dance parties dancing demonstrators (political) diseases ;… Read more »
Thesaurus en psychiatrie et en santé mentale Authors: GIP Ascodocpsy Description: Based on automatic process of Thesaurus SantéPsy: Thesaurus en psychiatrie et en santé mentale by GIP Ascodocpsy available in www.ascodocpsy.org/article.php3?id_article=691. V3.1 – février 2009/ Topics: Psychiatry and Mental Health Language: French
Dear all, a few weeks ago Marc Bria Ramírez (from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) published an article in the PKP forum about a new plugin for integrate TemaTres with Open Journal System. For the integration use TemaTres Web services and TemaTresView, an very modular and clear ajax interface for TemaTres created by Nicolas Populan.
Below we repeat the post and instuctions published by Marc at PKP forum:
Musicmoz Music Styles Authors: Open Music Project Description: Vocabulary to describe music styles. Based on source available at http://musicmoz.org/xml/ Topics: music Language: English
This TemaTres version of GEMET Thesaurus is based on the RDF sources available in http://www.eionet.europa.eu/gemet (GEMET version 2.1).
The Australian Pictorial Thesaurus (APT) is a collection of topic terms for indexing Australian images. The APT uses contemporary Australian terminology to describe objects, people, places and structures, activities and concepts depicted in an image. It ensures the common description of pictorial collections across Australian libraries, museums and archives.
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