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Feb 17, 2014
Posted by: plh
The Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare bought the i-Term Suite for managing their terminology.
Mar 21, 2012
Posted by: plh

i-Term is now TBX-compatible. The DANTERMcentre has developed a solution that makes it possible to import and export data using the standardised TBX mark-up language which is based on ISO data categories.

Mar 8, 2012
Posted by: admin
The demo version of i-Term, which is accessible via, has been upgraded to i-Term v. 3.8.0


i-Model can be purchased as an optional module integrated within i-Term.

i-Model is a graphical concept-modelling tool which organises the concepts in i-Term. This module allows the user to build complex graphic representations of relations between concepts in i-Term, so-called concept systems or ontologies. i-Model supports traditional terminology work methods for concept modelling. Companies and organisations can get an overview of a subject area by adding characteristic features and subdivision criteria to the concepts and thereby be assisted in creating consistent definitions.

Create large and complex diagrams with only a few clicks of the mouse. Diagrams, that are almost impossible to draw in e.g. Word or PowerPoint.

With i-Model you can:

  • retrieve concepts from i-Term
  • create relations between the concepts
  • add characteristic features and subdividing criteria
  • access all the information associated with the concepts
  • save concept systems as image files
  • extract systematic lists

Why create concept systems?

  • To get an overview of a domain
  • To write accurate and consistent definitions
  • To optimise knowledge dissemination
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