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The simple text search allows you to search for information using search words, modifiers, and operators. When you enter a word as a query, a simple text parser will add some simple modifiers to the word and pass everything to the search engine. You can also use traditional search operators such as AND, OR, and NOT. Results are measured by documents scores; the higher the score, the more likely the document will match the specified search criteria.

  • Search for: Type a word or phrase in this field to represent the text you want to search for in the document type you previously selected. Follow these rules for specifying your search text:

    To search for multiple words, separate each word with a space. For example, if you specify gene expression, simple search will return all documents that contain the words gene or expression. Additionally, it will return all documents that contain variations of these words, such as genetic and expressions.

    To search for a string of words or a phrase, enclose the words in quotation marks, eg. "gene expression". This will find only documents that contains the phrase "gene expression".