A search can also be limited by a specific field in Pure. The advanced query syntax enables users who are intimate with all the index fields in pure to perform more advanced queries than possible with the basic query syntax. To write a query using this syntax, you must write '^' as the first character in the query that you enter - for example "^abstract:science AND title:computer".
Tip:Notice the option for adding the ^ character using the advanced search form at "Additional options".
|Search, limit to...||Example||Notes|
|title||^title:universe||Finds content with 'universe', only in the title|
|abstract||^abstract:universe||Finds content with 'universe', only in the abstract|
|keyword||^keyword:universe||Finds content where 'universe' has been added as keyword - or is part of a keyword.|
Tip:To explore more and get a full overview of search fields, please refer to the full description here
|AND or [blank space]||term1 AND term2||Finds content with BOTH term1 or term2|
|OR or |||term1 OR term2||Finds content with EITHER term1 or term2|
|NOT or -||term1 NOT term2||Finds content where term1 is present BUT NOT term2|
Note:Boolean operators must be ALL CAPS. And AND is the default operator, when using two or more search terms.
Using ( ) search queries can be build by combining for example boolean operators with field searches. For example like this: (evaluation OR usability) AND ^title:design