With the relational atlas we can describe “what a document talks about”, by highlighting the links between descriptors (key-words) and representing these links. This differs from traditional key-word indexation in two ways: descriptors have a finer level of detail than thematic key-words, and they are situated at the interface between other descriptors.
Thematic dossiers on our website are an ideal way to compare experiences and to draw lessons of more general relevance. But the real interest of indexation with the atlas is to embrace the vast semantic field made up of governance, and to show the links among the themes.
With the relational atlas, you can browse according to the proximity principle.