Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Search engines other than Google, supposedly do not possess anything interesting which evokes curiosity among users but a relatively new search engine named omnity is a class apart.
Reportedly, it might be just aimed at researchers or students but there is something exciting to it that should be taken note of.
The only question that arises here is how does omnity manage to stand apart in the fair of search engines globally.
The answer to this is that it offers best results relating to anything a user searches and additionally, how those results relate to each other.
As per The Washington Post, if you are willing to start a research project on thing you know very little about, you can quickly see who is getting cited the most, whose research is the most influential or which university is leading the pack on that subject.
It draws from a number of data sets, including SEC filings, public news organization reports, scientific journals, financial reports and legal histories.
You can also drag and drop documents into the search engine to get an analysis of the "rare words" in it - Omnity obviously strips out the little words like "he," "she," "it" and "but," yet also looks for words that are more unique to any given document to get a better idea of what it's about.