AR·Taxonomy is an easy-to-use taxonomy editor and manager. It is designed to be simple for librarians, taxonomists, semantic experts and knowledge engineers to take control of the enterprise vocabulary.
That AR·Taxonomy manager makes it easy to manage taxonomies and rules.
On the left hand panel is the taxonomy tree. This is where you can drag-and-drop, add, rename and delete nodes in the taxonomy. It is as intuitive to use as Windows Explorer or Macintosh Finder.
On the top right is the node properties panel. Use this panel to set the name of the taxonomy node (also known as the “preferred term”), some optional descriptive text and the auto-tagging rule.
In the middle right is the rule results table. This pane contains a list of documents from your index that match the auto-tagging rule. You use this table to refine the rule so that you can see exactly how it will behave against your existing data.
On the bottom right is the preview pane. Select a document in the rule results table to see a the extracted text with highlighted search terms extracted from the document. The properties tab shows you all of the metadata properties from the document.