The Indexer: The International Journal of Indexing

Indexing wine

The Indexer: The International Journal of Indexing (2012), 30, (2), 90–95.

Abstract

The author explains how a wine cellar can be classified, using his own cellar of Australian wines as an example.

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Aitchison, J., Gilchrist, A. and Bawden, D. (2004) Thesaurus construction and use: a practical manual. London: Aslib: the Association for Information Management. [The print edition is out of print but a Kindle edition is available.] Thesaurus construction and use: a practical manual Google Scholar

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Ranganathan, S. R (1967) Prolegomena to library classification, 3rd edn. London: Asia Publishing House. Prolegomena to library classification Google Scholar

Aitchison, J., Gilchrist, A. and Bawden, D. (2004) Thesaurus construction and use: a practical manual. London: Aslib: the Association for Information Management. [The print edition is out of print but a Kindle edition is available.] Thesaurus construction and use: a practical manual Google Scholar

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Cann, J. (1997) ‘Principles of classification: suggestions for a procedure to be used by ICIS in developing international classification tables for the construction industry.’ ICIS. Available at: www.icis.org/siteadmin/rtdocs/images/5.pdf (accessed 30 January 2012). Google Scholar

Mills, J. (1960) A modern outline of library classification. London: Chapman & Hall. Recommendations for examining documents, determining their subjects and selecting indexing terms A modern outline of library classification Google Scholar

Pettee, J. (1946) Subject headings: the history and theory of the alphabetical subject approach to books. New York: H. W. Wilson. Subject headings: the history and theory of the alphabetical subject approach to books Google Scholar

Ramsden, M. (2011) ‘The VIC – indexing wine.’ ANZSI Newsletter 7(6): 10–11. The VIC – indexing wine ANZSI Newsletter 7 10 11 Google Scholar

Ranganathan, S. R. (1959) Elements of library classification, 3rd edn. London: Asia Publishing House. (First published 1937. A simpler explanation than the Prolegomena.) Prolegomena Google Scholar

Ranganathan, S. R (1967) Prolegomena to library classification, 3rd edn. London: Asia Publishing House. Prolegomena to library classification Google Scholar

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Ramsden, Michael