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 Free text search is available either on the first page (see 2 in Figure 2) or in the “Search” menu (Figure 8). If the user enters “soil” in the free text search field (2 in Figure 2 or 1 in Figure 8), for instance, and triggers the search by pressing the “Search” button (2 in Figure 2 or 8 in Figure 8, respectively),​ the system founds all data sets, which contain the word “soil” in the fields listed above. If more than one terms are entered, it will be interpreted as an “AND request”, meaning that the metadata-set must contain all of the search terms. Free text search is available either on the first page (see 2 in Figure 2) or in the “Search” menu (Figure 8). If the user enters “soil” in the free text search field (2 in Figure 2 or 1 in Figure 8), for instance, and triggers the search by pressing the “Search” button (2 in Figure 2 or 8 in Figure 8, respectively),​ the system founds all data sets, which contain the word “soil” in the fields listed above. If more than one terms are entered, it will be interpreted as an “AND request”, meaning that the metadata-set must contain all of the search terms.
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 +  - Free Text Search
 +  - What Filters
 +  - Where Filters
 +  - When Filter
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 Clicking on the “+” icon beside the “What ?” button(2 in Figure 8) opens a drop-down menu with sub-menus, which allow the user to define advanced search items icon namely “Topic Category”,​ “Sensor Type” and “Parameter”. These options are mainly of relevance for the search to sensor data.  Clicking on the “+” icon beside the “What ?” button(2 in Figure 8) opens a drop-down menu with sub-menus, which allow the user to define advanced search items icon namely “Topic Category”,​ “Sensor Type” and “Parameter”. These options are mainly of relevance for the search to sensor data. 
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