Search can be accessed from the toolbar by using the search input field.
Exchange.ai: Keyword Search
After inputting a search keyword and hitting enter or clicking go the search results will be displayed:
Results can be further refined by selecting a content type or content source from the menus on the left. Selecting these filters will limit the search to only content of that type or source.
Exchange.ai: Advanced Search
Search can be enhanced by adding custom search operators. Operators provide on-demand browsing of available terms. After typing an operator, use the down arrow to scroll through the available terms, press enter to select the term (quotes around the term will automatically populate). Continue typing to filter the dropdown.
|Adds items that match the Term from search results. This operator is chainable with other operators and keywords.|
Results will be any item that is annotated with the "Article" Term.
is:"Article" +"Data Science"
Results will be any item that is annotated with the "Article" and "Data Science" Term.
If a user wants to find articles from DataShopTalk.com that are about doing data science with Spotfire, the search could look like the following:
is:"Article" is:"Data Science" +"Spotfire"
|Removes items that match the Term from search results. This operator is chainable with other operators and keyword.|
Results will be any item that is not annotated with the "Article" Term.
Results will be any item that is not annotated with the "Article" nor "Extension" Term.
If a user wants to find items that are not articles nor extensions nor boards, the search could look like the following:
not:"Article" not:"Extension" -"Board"
NOTE: The default for searching is AND, meaning that when a user chains operators together, the term AND will be applied between them. To change this to OR, select the advanced button below the search. The AND and OR will be applied in the background during the search.
Example Search Query:
If a user wants to find templates using maps that do not have advanced data science techniques, the search could look like the following:
Access Browse by clicking the Browse button on the toolbar. After navigating to Browse, a user will be presented with options to browse by curated collections like Training or latest Templates. Clicking on an option will return results for that collection.
Results can be browsed by scrolling down and by clicking the annotated terms for each item. This discussed further below.
When searching or browsing, results will be displayed as items. See examples below:
|Title and Thumbnail||Displays the title of an item. Clicking on the item's title or thumbnail will take the user to that item.|
|Download||If the item is downloadable, click this button to download the item.|
|Pin||This will allow a use to add the selected item to a Board. Discussed further in User Guide: Boards.|
|Terms||Each item will have annotated terms. Clicking a term will bring the user to the search results for that term.|