Classification overview (2)
Having applied classifications to our bibliography, I am not sure how to view the classifications. I can read a single classification by selecting each publication individually, however some sort of overview would be nice. For example, classifications shown as labels in a bibliography’s publication list, or being able to get publication lists sorted by classifications would provide nice improvements.Submitted by Sander Vermolen on 7 May 2010 at 09:55
We have just come across a first (urgent) use case of such an overview:
In our survey we plan to discuss papers along two or three classification directions. To this end, we intend to select the most distinguishing and/or most important classification directions. Without an overview, we could try to make an educated guess, yet an overview would allow us to select the right dimension with more certainty.
If we would not have researchr, we would have made a feature table, which lists all publications on one dimension and all classification labels on the other. Marks (crosses or ticks) in the table can then present which paper is classified with which label.
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