Lexicon at Justfindit.se: A new idea has been born! Justfindit.se has got an own Lexicon where information about words and phrases can be found. So, instead of using some external data now it is possible to get information about something directly from the own database.
During all years Justfindit.se tried to create a useful database for all kind of searches. Since the absolute goal is to get different website owners to register their own web content in this search engine it also has been necessary to use external data, the one that was saved by crawling many websites and the reason for that was to satisfy eventual emptiness that was visible in some cases.
A new idea has been born! Justfindit.se has got an own Lexicon where information about words and phrases can be found. So, instead of using some external data now it is possible to get information about something directly from the own database. The external data is not visible anymore since all those website owners are not registered in this search engine and therefore they should not have that opportunity as all registered users.
This is how it can look like in some search where data is found in e.g. Magazine and Lexicon. They appear in different colors so they are easy to separate.
How much data it is meant to be is not clear but the intention is to create some acceptable amount of it so that every search can be satisfied. The image above shows us how it can look in some search where data from Lexicon is presented.
How reliable are results in the Lexicon? They are expected to be very reliable since the owner simply likes the good engineering practice which means that e.g. spreading wrong information and stimulating a not correct development is not accepted.
Will information in Lexicon be updated so the correct one appears in all searches? According to the owner: Yes.
Yes, of course we have an intention be à jour and to keep it updated as we like to say.
The information found in Lexicon is presented in three languages: English, Swedish and Serbo-Croatian. In future it maybe will be possible to read even in other languages, depending on language demand.