Knowledge Graph Documentation
ℹī¸ This is the new documentation of the EBRAINS KG. Please note, that it is not yet fully complete - it's going to be extended continuously.
If you find any issues / have any comment, please contact kg@ebrains.eu to give us your feedback!

Search with the UI

Choose the search category

By default, the UI is set to search for datasets. You can find other result types you can search for in the Categories section:

Categories
The categories selection showing an active selection of "Dataset"

Result view

The main section lists the results - even if you didn't search for anything yet. In the default view, most resources (datasets, models, software, ...) are sorted by their date of publication (latest ones at the top) with the exception of those that have some specific properties (e.g. the "trending" instances which are the most visited entries in the last 30 days).

As you would expect from a search interface, you can do your search queries by simply typing in your search terms. Once done, the result section will update and the numbers of results in the left panel (Categories and the Filters) will update according to your results.

Please note, that depending on your search, the system will provide you with suggestions to prevent typos:

Did you mean
Suggestions for alternative search terms: The system suggests to search for "amunts" for the search term "amounts"

In addition to the full text search, you can also use - depending on the search category you've selected - the faceted search to narrow down the search results to the ones of interest to you.

Faceted search
Faceted search mechanism
This open source software code was developed in part or in whole in the Human Brain Project, funded from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation under Specific Grant Agreements No. 720270, No. 785907 and No. 945539 (Human Brain Project SGA1, SGA2 and SGA3).
Co-funded by the European Union