Depending on what you are looking for and how precise you need to formulate the search expression, PaGeS allows two different ways: Standard, and Formal Search
Here you can search for one or several words or for the exact phrase. By default lemmatization will be applied to your search.
Enter your search term in quotation marks " " to search for the exact word form or the exact phrase.
In the multiword queries all words which are neither verbs, adjectives, nouns, nor adverbs are ignored.
The standard search supports single (?) and multiple character (*) wildcard searches within single terms. You have to enter your search term preceded by [SS] (Solr Search). Wildcard characters can be applied only to single terms, but not to search phrases.
|Buch||Bücher, Buches, Buch, Büchern|
|relataría||relataría, relatar, relataba, habíamos relatado, ha sido relatado…|
|gutes Buch||gutes Buch, gute und interesante Bücher…|
|"gutes Buch"||gutes Buch|
|concilió el sueño||conciliar un profundo sueño, concilió el sueño…|
|"concilió el sueño"||concilió el sueño|
|[SS]er*gen||erschlagen, ertragen, erzogen…|
|[SS]er??gen||erwägen, erlegen, erzogen…|
Matches in the original texts are displayed first in the left column. Matches in the translated texts are displayed after in the right column.
After every text the work ID, workpart (in Roman numerals) and chapter number or chapter title are displayed in square brackets.
By clicking on the work ID you will get a page where you can see a larger linguistic context and the details of the textual information.
You can find within the texts following abreviations:
[n_t_s] in the translation text means that an original string has not been translated.
[a_s_t] in the original text means that a string has been added by the translator.
[…] indicates that some text (in original or translation) was omitted.
Formal search option gives you full command of the query syntax which is used by the underlying query tool Solr. Version 5.0.0.
The search term has to be preceded by [SS].
A search expression is constructed word by word, and for each word it is possible to specify various search parameters. Moreover you can combine string search and category (PoS-tagging) search.
For more information about Solr query syntax, please click here.