is software that helps you to find relevant information by showing where your chosen keywords occur within a document by highlighting them in colour. This helps you find relevant records on an online search, or find information within a chosen document much more quickly, since the human brain can process a picture faster than it can scan through text. It is very powerful, and you can try it out for free at www.searchvisualizer.com
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About the bloggers
Gordon Rugg is a former timberyard worker, archaeologist and English lecturer who ended up in computer science via psychology. He’s the same Gordon Rugg who did the Voynich Manuscript work, and the books with Marian Petre about research. He’s co-inventor of the Search Visualizer.