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Aduna AutoFocus

Posted by dariosantarelli on April 11, 2007

Aduna AutoFocus helps you to search and find information on your PC, network disks, mail boxes, websites and Aduna Metadata Server sources. It scans all places where you expect valuable information and provides powerful means for retrieving that information. The important difference with other search tools is that AutoFocus presents the search results using Cluster Maps (VERY COOL Feature!!!). In these maps you can see how files, web pages or emails are related to your question.
The birds-eye view helps you gain insight in information that is available on combinations of keywords. In each step of your search it shows the number of documents that match your search (and of course a link to the documents themselves) so that you can effectively zoom in to find what you seek.

Here you are some Benefits:

  • search results presented in a Cluster Map for better overview
  • facets show what metadata is available in sources
  • support for multiple information sources and file types
  • significant terms summarize clusters and suggest search refinements

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