25 June 2013


025 Universal Decimal Classification
I haven’t worked with UDC scheme, and the last time I paid any attention to it was back in the days of studying for my library qualifications. UDC is analytico-synthetic scheme that allows for any number of aspects of a topic to be expressed in a classification number. In addition the format of the information carrier (book, document, film, audiorecording etc) can be included in the notation.
The summary is available under a creative commons licence, and available in SKOS format for linked data usage.
UDC Fact Sheet

I couldn’t find a UDC classifier, but here is my Dewey Decimal classification based on some dodgy numerology
Peta Hopkins's Dewey Decimal Section:
503 Dictionaries & encyclopedias
Peta Hopkins = 65018561949 = 650+185+619+49 = 1503

500 Science

Math, astronomy, prehistoric life, plants and animals.

What it says about you:
You are fascinated by the world around you, and see it as a puzzle worth exploring. You try to understand how things work and how you can make them better. You might be a nerd.
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