The Noggle “KnowledgeMap,” a search result visualization tool, provides users with essential information about the structure of topics that appear within the search results. The Noggle clustering algorithm scans internal relations and linguistic patterns among all the documents according to how similar they are to the initial search request. This tool can unearth new groups or cross-document relationships, which might guide users to new, interesting areas that build upon their initial search request. Clustering is one of many methods that can be used to make searching collections of documents easier.
We have often heard users demand such clustered cross-document relationship information, likely because they become frustrated with the constantly growing document volume and fragmented data storage solutions they encounter in the cloud and other big data services.
Please review the following video tutorial:
A detailed knowledge base article on our NoggleMap search feature can be found here: