Libraries and their contents can be searched for words, text fragments
or regular expressions similar to search engines known from the internet.
This is a useful tool to find required analytical data in a vast number
of objects of a library quickly. You can configure a search query to your
personal demands and save it for another search on your libraries later
on. The search result is displayed in a search result table, which can
be configured as well.
Activating this option will display the currently active spectrum in
the search result dialog. This makes a direct visual comparison of the
spectrum to the search results very easy. The search result dialog will
be similar to the result
dialog of the regular spectrum search. Therefore the user will be
able to use the function Search
Residual Spectrum in conjunction with the text search. Please refer
to the tutorial How to
search spectra for a detailed description of the search options.
By default, text information of objects is stored in user defined labels, properties
or any other format in a library. They are used to carry additional information,
which might be searched and displayed in the search result table. Here,
searching can be limited to a set of user defined labels, which might
increase search speed in large libraries. By default, all labels are applied
the search was successful, the search result table may display additional
information about resulting library objects. Additional information is
carried in object properties
or object labels, that have been
previously uploaded together with library data.
The user can configure the labels and properties
here, being displayed in columns of the search result table. These additional
information will be retrieved together with the search results and can
be reviewed by the user.