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Jumpstarting Your Semantic Solution Design with UML Diagrams

Where do I start? Whether it be a taxonomy, an ontology, or a knowledge graph, this is a common question that we get from clients when they are beginning their scoping journey. We get it. It is difficult to define … Continue reading

Optimizing Your Taxonomy in SharePoint Online: Search Filters

All too often, clients come to Enterprise Knowledge (EK) with the issue that “we cannot find anything in our SharePoint sites.” Because of its highly configurable nature, SharePoint can quickly become the wild west of your organization if it is … Continue reading

A Data Scientist Perspective on Knowledge Graphs (Part 1): the Data-Driven Challenge

Photographer: Johannes Plenio This series of articles is a data scientist, and data engineer, perspective on knowledge graphs, which is intended not only for other data scientists and engineers, the nerdy role in the office that no one truly understands; … Continue reading

Five Steps to Implement Search with a Knowledge Graph

Knowledge Graphs and Search are commonly linked together to support search use cases such as: Returning contextual relationships with search results; Displaying relevant topics in a knowledge panel; or Powering an expert finder. These advanced use cases enable an organization … Continue reading