Objective information, often manually recorded from documents such as the document date, the authors or recipients of the documents, or the title of a document. Bibliographic coding usually takes place against documents originating as paper with no electronically stored information.
The entering of objective information such as date, document number, and document type into data fields. 1
Extracting information from electronic documents such as date created, author recipient, CC and linking each image to the information in pre-defined objective fields. In direct opposition to Subjective coding where legal interpretations of data in a document are linked to individual documents. Also called objective coding. 2