Cracking the Code

In the UK, there's a TV quiz show called Codex, where competitors race through the enormous, maze-like British Museum in a quest to crack codes. Newcomers to the reference data segment might have a similar experience, considering the technical nature of the market and the complex methodologies used to analyse it.

And it seems this isn't just a problem for newcomers: Dissimilarities and codes also bring about challenges for experienced end-users. The various classification systems have served

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