The Indexer: The International Journal of Indexing

Indexing and the ‘organized’ researcher

The Indexer: The International Journal of Indexing (2003), 23, (3), 129–133.

Abstract

This article proposes that indexing concepts relating to relevance, precision, recall, coextensiveness, exhaustivity, specificity and consistency offer a ready-made model that can be applied to the organization of research data. This knowledge organization model contributes significantly to the ability of researchers to collect and organize data in a manner most likely to shed light on the research problems they address.

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Olson, Hope A.

Given, Lisa M.