Taxonomies are systems used to name, describe, classify and organize things.
The first thing to remember about taxonomies is that there is never one correct taxonomy per set of elements. Taxonomy is not so much about the products, it is more about the users. Each user has his own "correct" taxonomy, or more properly, each combination of a user and task he has to achieve will have its own correct taxonomy.
There is no best solution - only best compromise
Wrong macro categories
Too early conclusions
Unknown items, needs, etrms, groups
The problem with creating hierarchies
Every entity has more than one property/variable
Taxonomy helps us organize data into logically arranged chunks which are easier to consume by the intended user. It makes consumption of data easier because it is more accessible and easier to predict. Imagine you’re trying to make something out of lego bricks
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