Taxonomizing knowledge through Wikipedia

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1. Main subcategories

1.1. A

1.1.1. Academia

1.1.2. Applied disciplines

1.2. B

1.2.1. Bodies of knowledge

1.3. C

1.3.1. Consulting

1.4. D

1.4.1. Knowledge deities

1.5. E

1.5.1. Education

1.5.2. Knowledge engineering

1.5.3. Epistemology error

1.6. I

1.6.1. Indexes

1.6.2. Inductive reasoning

1.6.3. Information, knowledge, and uncertainty

1.7. K

1.7.1. Knowledge sharing

1.7.2. Kowledge-oriented systems

1.8. L

1.8.1. Literacy

1.9. M

1.9.1. Knowledge management

1.9.2. Mysteries

1.10. P

1.10.1. Procedural knowledge

1.11. R

1.11.1. Reference

1.11.2. Rules of thumb

1.12. S

1.12.1. Scholars

1.12.2. Science

1.12.3. Skills

1.12.4. Sources of knowledge

1.13. T

1.13.1. Terminology

1.13.2. Trivia

2. Knowledge engineering

2.1. Knowledge representation

3. Knowledge representation

3.1. A

3.1.1. Argument mapping

3.2. C

3.2.1. Classification systems

3.3. G

3.3.1. Grouping

3.4. K

3.4.1. Knowledge bases

3.4.2. Knowledge discovery in databases

3.4.3. Knowledge representation languages

3.5. M

3.5.1. Mereology

3.5.2. Micromorfats

3.5.3. Minimum Information Standards

3.5.4. Multi-agent systems

3.6. O

3.6.1. Ontology (information science)

3.7. S

3.7.1. Semantic desktop

3.7.2. Semantic Web

3.7.3. Strategy

3.8. T

3.8.1. Taxonomy

4. Taxonomy

4.1. C

4.1.1. Controversial taxa

4.2. F

4.2.1. Folksonomy

4.3. G

4.3.1. Georagphic taxonomies

4.4. O

4.4.1. Taxonomy organizations

4.5. P

4.5.1. Plant taxonomy

4.6. S

4.6.1. Scientific classification

4.7. T

4.7.1. Taxon authorities

4.7.2. Taxonomic categories

4.7.3. Taxonomists

4.7.4. Taxonomy disambiguation pages