Search Drawer: Text filters find results on Brainspace Discovery

This video describes the powerful search tools available in the Search Drawer, including the Brainspace Concept Search. The Search Drawer provides controls for creating and managing text filters to find results. Discovers allows users to build search by Concept, People, Keyword, Domain, or use the Advanced Query Builder to customize your search using the available metadata fields. These search tools can be combined to powerful effect. [add example using Advanced Query Builder] Sometimes, the search filters can be too powerful [show example of added filter reducing document results to zero]. Remember, you can always remove an element from the breadcrumb list if your filter becomes too restrictive. Brainspace Discovery Concept Search is: • Intuitive. Use a word, a sentence or an entire document, to retrieve conceptually related documents ranked by relevance or contextual distance. [use air quality example from User Guide] • Transparent. You’re able to see all of the terms that comprise your search. • Configurable. By adjusting the resulting terms in the Search Drawer, you can finely tune your search criteria to find just what you’re looking for. • Multi-Concept-Capable. Other semantic searches provide an averaging of terms and highlight just a single concept. Brainspace Discovery automatically locates multiple concepts in the query and returns terms that best represent each concept. • Word-Order-Aware. Discovery Concept Search accommodates not just single-word terms, but also multi-word phrases, and extracts meaning in the combination, and order, of the words used. The ability to extract context-specific phrases from a unique Dataset is one of the powerful differentiators that makes Discovery the most advanced solution for analyzing unstructured data. After entering a query, the term results sliders can be adjusted. In their initial position, the sliders represent how closely related the terms are to your original query – using just the information in your document population, no previously-constructed indexes, Ontologies or Dictionaries. You have full control over your search. You can require a particular term to be included in your search [show example dragging slider all the way to the right], exclude certain terms from your search [show example moving slider all the way to the left], or increase or decrease the influence of certain terms to the overall search, all by manipulating the term result sliders. The Advanced Query Builder allows you to construct complex queries with metadata, including dates, and also allows you access to the powerful Lucene syntax with manual entry. Lucene allows for proximity search, fuzzy searches and wildcard searches. While Discovery is designed to be as intuitive and easy as possible, without having to think about Search, it also provides powerful Search tools at your fingertips.