If SciPinion wants to organize the areas of expertise by main and sub-classifications, what schema would you recommend? Is there a standard system SciPinion could adopt?

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Bioinformatics
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Dr Mac
Journals are subdivided according to key words  so that authors submit the  correct type of articles. I am sure that SciPinion could do the same. There is also a very detailed Library Classification system that is internationally recognized. https://www.librarianshipstudies.com/2015/08/library-classification.html
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Trudy
I also prefer key words, more flexibility 
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Akinyemi A. Omoniyi
Key word is the more easy
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PaoloM
I would probably start applying the ERC sectors scheme, with minimal modifications
https://erc.europa.eu/sites/default/files/2023-03/ERC_panel_structure_2024_calls.pdf
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Martin Sch├Ątz, BioImage Analyst
For me, it would make sense to use Fields of Research and Development (FORD) as main and either expertise or keywords as sub-classification.
As a multidisciplinary researcher, even though I am a specialist in scientific image analysis, I could fit in many FORDs - but only in a few keywords.
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EdetGene
Classification should ideally be done using generic keywords (umbrella terms for specific fields) and sub-terms for subdivisions. For instance, you could classify expertise as cancer/oncology for any mild, malignant, or metastatic tumours, then you could divide by tissue type, which is the predominant approach used for specialist and expertise training, (e.g., lung, breast, colorectal, etc.). 
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Federico Benetti MD
Key words is the more easy

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