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Full text search
Allows to make queries on the basis of any string of letters (key words) in all the data base fields (Text box: "All context"). The text box allows enquiries restricted to specific elements of a DP description (e.g. in the DP Objectives, in the DP Innovation, etc. The Refine button allows new criteria to be introduced and to search in the results of the preliminary search.The "Round" box allows to restrict the search to DPs from the first (2001) or the second (2004) round.
A series of symbols or operators can be useful for searching.
Basic and advanced filters allows enquiries on the basis of more precise criteria by combining various filters (Country, Theme, Activities...), at the full text search function. To activate a filter, tick the text box. For each filter a drop-down menu makes it possible to choose one or more element(s). To select several elements simultaneously, maintain the CTRL key while clicking on the various elements.
Within a filter, a logical "OR" is placed between the various elements; between the various filters a logical "AND" is placed.
When using filters, the full text search is optional. The "Refine" button makes it possible to carry out additional full text searches in the results obtained, by keeping the same filters.
According to the search criteria used, a list of DPs appears (possibly on several pages) showing the title, the number of the EQUAL theme, the year of launching of the DP and its identifier. Clicking on the latter, one can have access to the complete description of a DP.
Only "full-text" search is available to seek information on the "Transnational Cooperation Agreements" (TCA) concluded between DPs of various Member States. Functionalities are identical to those described for the DP search.
To find a specific TCA on the basis of its identification number (TCA Id.), introduce its number followed by "%". So, to find the TCA n° 369, type "369%" in the "Full text search" box.
According to the search criteria used, a list of TCAs appears (possibly on several pages) showing the title, the year the last version of the TCA was in force and its identifier. Clicking on the latter, one can have access to the complete description of a TCA.
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