Questions tagged [search-engine]

Search engines provide an interface to a group of items that enables users to specify criteria about an item of interest and have the engine find the matching items.

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Harvesting Bulk Metadata from ArXiv and querying by date

Recently I've found the need to query a large amount of data from ArXiv for a project I'm working on. In particular, I want to retrieve metadata according to a time query (say starting 2015 to 2016). ...
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Filtering Wikidata Search

Wikidata today is not only an ontology but also a catalog of publications: scientific articles, formal documents (law), etc. are registered, millions of Wikidata-items. So, when using Wikidata's ...
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How do I get my data indexed by Google Dataset Search?

Google now offers Dataset Search (beta) https://toolbox.google.com/datasetsearch Dataset Search enables users to find datasets stored across the Web through a simple keyword search. The tool ...
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Where can I download QRU-1 dataset?

In the paper QRU-1: A Public Dataset for Promoting Query Representation and Understanding Research, writers introduce that dataset. I want to download it but when I search for it there is no result. ...
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Google Trends data at county level

Does anyone know how Washington Post has managed to source Google Trends data at county level for this map? Here's a state-level query for Kansas. The geographical response is by metro. In the (...
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What is the value of standardized metadata (e.g. OAI-PMH, LOM, Dublin Core) in the days of search engines?

What is the value of standardized metadata (e.g. OAI-PMH, IEEE-LOM, Dublin Core) in the days of search engines? Sites that offer open data (e.g. Open Educational Resources), want their content to be ...
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Search engine keyword relevance

I am looking for a dataset of search engine queries with qualitative assessments of the search results' relevancy. I have such data from Kaggle in the case of The Home Depot website search queries, ...
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Information retrieval problem

I am doing some work on emotions and the web. To do this I need some data on search queries that relate to the user's emotion. For example songs. Can anyone give me a source for this kind of data?
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Open text document corpus for information retrieval evaluation

INTRODUCTION: document collections (corpora) for evaluation of information retrieval (search engine) systems are pretty often behind a paywall. A notorious example is the TREC conference (http://trec....
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Face Images and Face Databases [duplicate]

I want to get face photos or images of a given race e.g. asians from search engines like google.com or bing.com for a photo profiling software project I am building. What would be the best search text ...
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Searching for Open Data Dataset That is No Longer Online

Many questions are posted here in search of a specific dataset that is either no longer online, or has died from linkrot, or a combination of the two. What is the best way to get around this? Or ...
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k-NN Search with GIS dataset [closed]

I have made a k-NN search algorithm in matlab, and I want to implement it using a GIS data-set. A Google search didn't yield any good test data-sets. At this point, I have created a data-set by taking ...
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Google search by file size

How can I sort files found by Google search according to their size or show only results that are larger than x Kilobytes? For isntance using filetype:mbox to find only large .mbox files.
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Sentiment search engine

Sometimes I want to know what is the mainstream sentiment about a product/service/person/anything. For instance: is the game GTA V considered by players as entertaining or boring? are selfie sticks ...
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Search engine for graphs where we can specify the axis we are looking for

Are there some search engines where I could search for graphs by specifying the axis I am looking for? E.g. axis 1: year; axis 2: price to store 1 TB on a hard drive.
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Database of searches within Pinterest (or other social networks)

I want to see what people are searching the most within Pinterest. It would be like an equivalent of the Google Keyword Research tool, but for Pinterest. Data for similar/other social networks is OK ...