Searching in GIPO's Tool can be as simple as typing a few terms in the search box. You can also refine search results by using the faceted navigation, and the following tips can help you get even more accurate results.
Phrases and (boolean) operators
Fuzzy / Wildcard searching
Fuzzy / edit-distance searching
You can use the tilde symbol (~) to find terms that are close to the original, or misspellings (e.g., Europa~ is similar to the following query: Europol OR Euroopa OR Europe OR European OR euro OR …).
You can use the tilde symbol followed by a number (~N) to find the first term within a number (N) of positions from the second term (e.g., “open data” ~2 is similar to the following query: “open data” OR “open government data” OR “open sharing of data” …).
You can use tags:TERM to find all items tagged with some specific terms (e.g., tags:(spyware OR malware))
You can use tstamp:[DATE-BASED-EXPRESSION] to find all items within a period relative to fixed moments in time (e.g., tstamp:[NOW-5DAYS TO NOW] -tweeted).
The NOW parameter is used to set a fixed time for evaluating date based expressions. You can add some quantity of time in a specified unit: SECONDS, MINUTES, HOURS, DAYS, MONTHS, or YEARS. Notice that all date based expressions are evaluated relative to the UTC Time Zone.