Improving your search results using filters
In Maven Semantic you can refine your searches using filters:
Search is simple: just type whatever you need in the search box, hit the Search button,
and Maven will search the life sciences web for people and organisations that are relevant to your query.
Most of the time you will find what you were looking for with a basic search.
However, you can use Maven's filters to refine your query and to make the most of your searches.
You can search keywords up to 1,000 characteres.
Narrow your search
Maven also suggests keywords to help you to focus your search.
Simply select the keyword that best matches your search requirements.
For example, you could start a search on Lung Cancer,
and then filter down to just contact involved in Early Detection of Lung Cancer.
Maven shows you which contact fields are available for a specific search.
For example, you can use these filters to just choose contacts with email, phone or postal addresses.
Maven allows you to select specific countries within your search.
For the USA, you can now also select by Time Zone, or by State.
For example, you can choose just contacts that are in the sales territory for your East Coast Sales Team, or just leads in California.
Maven allows you to narrow your search down to specific organisation types.
For example, you could filter down to just companies involved in asthma, or just academics doing stem cell research.
Maven allows you to limit your search to data verified within the past X number of years.
For example, you could filter your selection down to anyone that has been verified in the area of cardiovascular research since 2008.
Maven selects the best research to match your search from the 700,000+ reports available from our partner site www.researchandmarkets.com.
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