1 The Charleston Advisor / October Advisor Reviews Standard Review Using xsearch for Accelerating Research Review of Deep Web Technologies Federated Search Service doi: /chara Date of Review: September 8, 2011 Composite Score: HHHH 3/8 Reviewed by: Grace Baysinger Head Librarian & Bibliographer Swain Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Library Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources 364 Lomita Drive, Organic Chemistry Building Stanford, CA Tom Cramer Chief Technology Strategist Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources 210 Meyer Library Stanford, California Abstract Developed by Deep Web Technologies (DWT) (< Webtech.com/>) in consultation with the Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources, xsearch (< stanford.edu>) is a locally named and customized version of DWT s federated search service that can search 170+ resources at one time. (Explorit is the commercial version of Deep Web Technology s federated search solution which Stanford has locally branded as xsearch.) In addition to the broad range of resources searched, xsearch provides an intuitive interface for searching, refining, and displaying results. The ability to choose the resources searched allows this tool to be used by researchers as well as undergraduates. Speed is enhanced by the fact that some results are displayed before the search is completed. Users are able to easily set up alerts from their search results. Both library staff and users are able to create custom search pages that can be a link on a Web page or embedded as a search box in a research or course guide. xsearch has provided a scalable, cost-effective, and robust solution for meeting a wide variety of information needs. Pricing Options Customized pricing is provided for each agreement. DWT s pricing structure for Stanford contains: (1) Fixed and initial startup costs which include a software license for the Explorit Federated Search application, custom development, and support and maintenance fees for one Standalone Implementation, as well as initial connector development for resources. (2) Annual recurring fees to maintain connectors and for Explorit maintenance and support. (3) Capability to add new connectors, which will incur an additional one-time fee for setup and development, and a lower annual recurring fee to maintain the connector. We found DWT s pricing to be competitive and, in some cases, significantly lower than similar products available on the market. All of the features developed for Stanford are available to other DWT customers. DWT also offers additional features not currently included in xsearch (e.g., multilingual searching, multimedia and image searching). Explorit, DWT s federated search engine, implemented at a mid-sized academic university with a population of up to 25,000 students and federated search services that contain 100 resources on a server hosted at DWT would cost about $20,000 a year. This price includes alerts services and the ability to build custom search engines. Product Description DWT has developed several federated searching sites that may be familiar to users. Sites include: Science.gov (< gov>), WorldWideScience.org (< Scitopia (< ScienceResearch.com (< Mednar (< and Biznar (< xsearch is the name we decided to use for DWT s federated search services that were customized for Stanford. Content Because the intended audience for xsearch (< edu>) includes researchers as well as undergraduates, the ability for subject specialists to select the resources to be searched via xsearch is a very important feature. It is worth noting that because content is queried in real time, not pre-indexed, the results include the latest information available from a resource. Resources in xsearch provide depth and breadth for a wide array of subject areas and document types. In addition to abstracting and indexing services covering articles, conference proceedings, dissertations, patents, and technical reports, it was a high priority to include sites that have full-text searching of ebooks and ejournals in xsearch. Full-text search sites for newspapers and primary historical resources are also included. Other resources selected for xsearch include archival finding aids, government publications, and reference materials. Statistical resources searchable via bibliographic data are also included in xsearch. A few foreign language resources are included, but there are no special features implemented to assist in searching them.
2 56 Advisor Reviews / The Charleston Advisor / October FIGURE 1. Quick Search A few of the resources that we wanted to include in xsearch would not work. There were several reasons: design of the search interface (e.g. must browse to select search terms), poor response time for a resource, and lack of persistent URLs for retrieved items. The native interface is being used for many queries but a few resources require using a Web Services API. As a result, some resources are accessible via xsearch that are not available from other federated search services. Search Interface End-user access to xsearch (< xsearch.stanford.edu>) requires only a Web browser and an internet connection. When working with DWT to customize the interface, great care was taken to make navigation and access ADA-compliant. A mobile version does not exist although many features work on an ipad. So that help information could be modified easily, a companion Web page was set up locally (< that contains a list of resources, a quick reference guide and tutorial, plus links to custom search engines created for subjects or courses. The Quick Search page allows users to search Keywords in a fixed subset of 50 popular resources (see FIGURE 1). The Advanced Search page (see FIGURE 2) allows users to enter terms in Keywords, Title, and Author fields along with date ranges for all 170+ resources. Users may select resources they want to search by choosing individual titles or by choosing categories. Brief descriptions of each resource are displayed when a user hovers their computer mouse over the resource name. A separate search page for searching selected business resources by Company Name is in development. All search pages support Boolean logic (AND, OR, NOT) plus nesting if users want to combine terms using AND and OR in the same query. Two trun- FIGURE 2. Advanced Search
4 58 Advisor Reviews / The Charleston Advisor / October class or research guide. Saved custom searches are accessible through the xsearch interface, as a link that can be added to Web page, or as an embedded search box via widget code. FIGURE 4. Results Summary Technical Infrastructure and Technical Support Stanford has worked with DWT for four years. Initially, DWT created three federated search prototypes for us: (1) a collection of library catalogs, (2) a collection of locally digitized materials, and (3) a collection of licensed resources that included databases and full-text ebook and ejournal sites. With shelving space limited on campus, before items were shipped off-site faculty wanted to have a more robust search interface for discovering library materials than was possible via Sirsi or DWT. Blacklight (< an open source discovery application, was selected and local development work followed. The new interface to the library catalog is called SearchWorks (< Because Search- Works also includes bibliographic access to locally digitized materials and because of the considerable investment the library makes in licensing resources that are not available via the open Web, we decided to focus our efforts with DWT on licensed resources. Our efforts included working with DWT in order to get a summary of search results, alerting services, a custom search engine, and support for open URL linking. DWT also customized the search interface for us in order to harmonize the user interface with other library Web applications. While there are no technical barriers to prevent the library catalog from being merged into xsearch, because development efforts have been underway for both interfaces, we have not yet integrated SearchWorks and xsearch. DWT offers both hosted and locally installed versions of their federated search software; Stanford opted for local installation on its server farm. The initial production instance of xsearch was launched two years ago and included 28 resources running on a RedHat virtual machine. A year ago, when we decided to significantly expand the number of resources, to insure adequate bandwidth for production use and to provide a test environment for future developments, Explorit Search Engine and accompanying software were installed on dedicated dual CPU server with 4 GB of RAM. Staff support from both DWT and Stanford is needed for xsearch. In addition to technical support provided by DWT staff for custom development, installation, and maintenance, technical support was also needed by Stanford for implementation (installation and configuration of the application, integration with University authentication systems, specification of open URL linking) and for maintenance (ongoing server management, coordination with DWT for upgrades and changes to connectors). Looking ahead, the goal is to have someone at Stanford assigned to xsearch as the Application Administrator. After an initial period of FIGURE 5. Custom Search Engine
5 The Charleston Advisor / October Deep Web Explorit Review Scores Composite: HHHH 3/8 The maximum number of stars in each category is 5. Content: HHHH 1/2 DWT is able to build connectors for a broad array of resources. User Interface/Searchability: HHHH 1/2 The interface is powerful and intuitive to use. Dynamically generated clusters make it easy to refine results. Being able to filter results to items from a particular resource is great. The ability to create custom search pages and set up alerts are features not offered by other federated search providers. Pricing: HHHH 1/2 Deep Web Technologies federated search services are competitive with and in some cases considerably less expensive than competitor products. Contract Options: HHHH Contract language and options were reasonable. Because Abstracting and Indexing tools contain controlled vocabulary terms, when a user is searching xsearch, there are more discovtraining and knowledge transfer, it is estimated that this work will consume less than 10% FTE on an ongoing basis for routine monitoring and maintenance. The Application Administrator would be expected to increase their time commitment during upgrades. Usage Statistics Usage statistics far surpass what is in a typical COUNTER Report. Statistics that are provided include information such as the number of queries, response time for each resource, percent results that are relevant, and the number of click-throughs to full-text. Details for terms searched and particular articles viewed are also available. Daily, weekly, and monthly use statistics are available graphically and can be exported into Excel. Statistics to provide details about alerts were developed at Stanford and include total number of alerts and addresses for those receiving alerts. Critical Evaluation Compared to other federated search products, Stanford found that DWT offered the most compelling package of performance, features, and design. While federated search engines performance is inherently limited by the performance of its target sites, DWT s progressive delivery of results gives researchers near real-time response with the first set of responses while the application assembles a complete set of hits from all sources. When we chose DWT, other federated search Contact Information Deep Web Technologies 301 N Guadalupe Street, Suite 201 Santa Fe, NM Phone: URL: services we considered (e.g., MetaLib) were much slower because they did not return any results until a search was completed. The recommended number of resources to search at one time through other services was much smaller too. DWT offered many options for customizing the interface, the only service that included alerts, and the only service that allowed us to create customized search engines locally. DWT calculates relevance across search results on the fly, and clusters hits based on predefined criteria, giving searchers the ability to filter results by topic, author, source or date. These options are presented as facets in the left hand column of the search results, in a simple and intuitive interaction design already familiar to users of SearchWorks (or Amazon or Google, for that matter). While most values in the topics facet are subjects, a few values are descriptors about items (e.g., abstract from author). Creating recurring alerts from searches, building advanced searches, and picking sources to query are similarly straightforward and accessible to even first time users. The search interface is customizable beyond simple color, icon and font changes, and the flexibility of DWT s display layer makes it seem like a well-integrated discovery tool in Stanford s environment rather than a bolt-on application or a licensed resource obviously run from a third party site. DWT s performance, good relevance ranking, and faceting capabilities are very helpful to users. The ability to choose the resources that are in xsearch, including those with full-text searching (not just bibliographic data), has given Stanford researchers a powerful and focused tool for discovery. For undergraduates, the Quick Search page in xsearch provides a good mix of content. For researchers, content available on the Advanced Search page has the breadth and depth required for most subject areas. Alerts and the ability to create custom engines also support research efforts.
6 60 Advisor Reviews / The Charleston Advisor / October ery points than if they were searching Google Scholar or a publisher s site. The search interface and facets for refining results are clear and easy to use. These facets make it much easier to refine results than in Google Scholar. The fact that xsearch also searches resources licensed by Stanford, and has good openurl integration, helps ensure that Stanford researchers have full access to the results they discover, and via a more direct path than can sometimes be the case in Google Scholar. Search results are returned while a search is still running so the lag time between starting a search and being able to begin reviewing results is very short. The number of items retrieved from a resource may vary, depending on the response time of that resource when the search was performed in xsearch. For items in xsearch results, the ability to filter the display of results to a particular resource is very helpful. Relevancy ranking of the search engine is robust but results brought into xsearch from each resource are dependent on default sorting order for that resource. If the default sorting order for an individual resource is by date rather than by relevancy ranking, items retrieved and merged in xsearch results will not be the most relevant items from that individual resource. Search results include both ranked and unranked items with unranked items having only some of the search terms present. This means if results are sorted By Date then less relevant items may be displayed first. The Brief Display includes the title, author, abstract, publication title, publication year, and the resource that an item was retrieved from, as well as a link to the full-text. Ideally, entries for articles would also include volumes and pages but this is a minor annoyance as the full citation is available either when the full record is displayed or when a citation is exported to a reference manager. Contract Provisions DWT is a commercial service that offers federated search solutions to a wide array of customers. Each contract is customized and is based on such factors as the type of organization, the number of resources included in the service, how the service is deployed (hosted vs. standalone), the amount of customization desired, support services needed, etc. Because nearly all resources included in xsearch are currently licensed by Stanford, access to xsearch is limited to students, faculty, and staff with a current Stanford University Network ID. The DWT contract for xsearch defines deliverables that include features, functionality, and services. One key component of this license agreement is defining turn-around time for responding to service requests, for example, a prompt response if a connector is not returning results but batching requests for cosmetic changes to the interface. Statistics provided are not COUNTER Compliant but do offer a much richer array of data and reports that include data such as response time for each resource, number of queries, and number of full-text click-throughs. Authentication Anyone can view the search interface but only current Stanford users can run a search. Because most resources in xsearch are licensed by Stanford, IP filtering and EZProxy authentication using a Stanford University Network ID (SUNet ID) are invoked when a user presses the Search button, even if a user is located on-campus. SUNet ID entries are checked against the Stanford Directory to insure that users are current students, faculty, or staff (also called LDAP). Creating a custom search engine or setting up an alert also requires SUNet authentication. Before custom search engines were developed, we had users authenticate when they entered the URL or clicked on the link to use xsearch. After custom engines were developed, because these custom engines can be embedded as a search box, the authentication prompt was moved so that it appears when a user presses the search button. Author s References Gerrity, Bob. MetaLib. The Charleston Advisor 5, no. 2 (October 2003): Rowe, Ronda. Encore Synergy, Primo Central. Web-Scale Discovery: A Review of Two Products on the Market. The Charleston Advisor 12, no. 4 (April 2011): DOI URL: < Rowe, Ronda. Web-Scale Discovery: A Review of Summon, EBS- CO Discovery Service, and WorldCat Local. The Charleston Advisor 12, no. 1 (July 2010): DOI URL: About the Authors Grace Baysinger is the Head Librarian and Bibliographer of the Swain Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Library at Stanford University. She was the project lead for implementing xsearch at Stanford. Grace s professional interests include end-user searching, collection development and management, and scholarly communication issues. She serves on several advisory boards and committees for database producers and publishers in chemistry. After receiving her library degree in 1981 from the University of Michigan, Grace held professional positions at UM s Natural Sciences and Chemistry Libraries. In 1989, she accepted the position as Head of the Swain Library. She also served as the Head of Stanford s Science and Engineering Libraries from Tom Cramer is the Chief Technology Strategist and Associate Director of Digital Library Systems and Services for the Stanford University Libraries. In this role, he oversees the technical development and delivery of the full complement of Stanford s digital library activities, including the digitization, description, discovery, delivery, preservation and management of digital resources that support teaching, learning and research. Tom is one of the founders of the Hydra Project < and an active contributor to Blacklight < open source projects rooted in higher education that deal with digital asset management and discovery. He currently serves as the director of PASIG, the Preservation and Archiving Special Interest Group, and as a steering group member for Open Repositories. n
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