The widgetable label is displayed against any vocabulary which can be used the RVA Vocabulary Widget. Hover your mouse over the label to find out more.
Collapse results with the same IRI, per vocabulary
Resources with the same IRI from any version of the same vocabulary will be collapsed into a single search result.
The primary result for a resource is from the vocabulary's version that has status "current", if there is one, otherwise, it is from the version that has the most recent release date.
Where collapsing has occurred across versions of a vocabulary, the other versions can be accessed by clicking on the View other versions button shown at the bottom of the search result.
Collapse results with the same IRI
Resources with the same IRI from any vocabulary or version will be collapsed into a single search result.
The primary result for a resource is from a vocabulary's version that has status "current", if there is one, otherwise, it is from the version that has the most recent release date.
Where collapsing has occurred across vocabularies, collapsed vocabularies can be accessed by clicking on the View other vocabularies button shown at the bottom of the search result.
Don’t collapse results
|No collapsing of results is applied. All instances of a resource are displayed as individual search results.|
Collapsing and the effect on filters
When collapsing is enabled, the available filters and associated current search results count (see Filter counts) do not take into account the collapsed versions/vocabularies. The filters available only reflect the properties of the resources used as the primary results (the result others are grouped into).
The filter addition counts represent the number of individual vocabularies/resources in the search index which contain a filter value and are not present in your current search results. These counts do not take into account the effect collapsing may have on the final count of results. Refer to the image below for an example.
Advanced searching techniques
|Boolean Operator||Alternative Symbol||Description|
Requires both terms on either side of the Boolean operator to be present for a match.
To search for vocabularies that contain 'algae' and 'bloom', use either of the following queries:
algae && bloom
algae AND bloom
The NOT operator excludes results that contain the term after NOT. The symbol ! can be used in place of the word NOT.
The following queries search for vocabularies that contain the phrase "medical microbiology" but do not contain the phrase "medical ethics":
"medical microbiology" NOT "medical ethics"
"medical microbiology" ! "medical ethics"
Requires that either term (or both terms) be present for a match. OR is the default search operator.
To search for documents that contain either "climate indicators" or just 'climate', use the query:
"climate indicators" climate
"climate indicators" OR climate
The + symbol (also known as the "required" operator) requires that the term after the + symbol exist somewhere in an indexed field in order for the query to return a match.
For example, to search for documents that must contain 'carbonates' and that may or may not contain 'pressure' use the following query:
Prohibits the following term (that is, matches vocabularies that do not include that term). The - operator is functionally similar to the Boolean operator !.
For example, to search for vocabularies that contain the phrase "ice sheets" but not the phrase "ice shelf" use the following query:
"ice sheets" -"ice shelf"
When specifying Boolean operators with keywords such as AND or NOT, the keywords must appear in all uppercase.