Web Search Report Worksheet
Name: Gary Pratt
Google search: Google
Section #1: Popular features of the Search Engine
Recognize which features can be found in your engine. Your search engine may possibly have one or multiple features.
_Yes__ Search the internet?
_No__ Search other search engines like yahoo?
_No__ Work as a directory (lists of categories to select from)?
_Yes__ Have an advanced search option?
_Yes__ Have " HelpвЂќ choices?
_Yes__ Work with Boolean Logic (and, or, not)?
_No__ Use Truncation/Wild Card Characters or Exceptional Characters (*,?, ~)
_Yes__ Translate websites?
_Yes__ Enable field restricting searches (can you look for filetypes, site, intitle)*
_Yes__ Allow you to browse within a completed search (find similar web pages, offer terms to narrow your search)?
__Yes_ Understand parentheses or perhaps quotation represents to search for key phrases?
__Yes_ Permit you to change the way the site is exhibited (number results on the web page, preferred language)?
__Yes_ List the number of webpages in the databases?
__Yes_ Clarify how the answers are ranked?
Make sure you list different Noteworthy Features:
Yahoo also offers a safe search filtration system so that sexually explicit content material will not appear in your search effects. It also enables you to open the search results within a new home window. You also have the choice of having the question suggestions inside the search box.
Section #2: Total Evaluation (Create a bulleted list for each and every question)
Following reviewing the real key features of your engine, answer the following questions:
What are the strengths of the search engine?
Yahoo is a very robust search engine that may be highly adaptable to meet our needs. Searching by web page, image, map or additional file type. It gives you millions of results and positions those results according to relevance and page rank.
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