PLM Prompt: Explore Search Results with Google Wonder Wheel

PLM Prompt: Explore Search Results with Google Wonder Wheel

To discover infornmation and search results is always Interesting problem. Especially when you deal with big amount of data. Short note on additional way to do it in Google you may find interesting – Google experiement with Wonder Wheel. You can access this option from search results -> Show Options -> Wonder Wheel. Take a look on pictures and video below.

What do you think? Do you like this option for our field?

Google Wonder Wheel - Regular Search

Google Wonder Wheel - Regular Search

Google Wonder Wheel - Video Search

Google Wonder Wheel - Video Search

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  • Roberto Picco

    I’ve always been a fan of tag clouds. Remember those clouds of words, where most relevant keywords are bigger than less relevant ones? I find it more helpful…

  • Roberto, thanks for comment. I found tag clouds good, but sometimes they are not able to deliver scale. You big tag cloud will be less usable… don’t you think so? Regards, Oleg

  • H.

    Wonder wheel appears as a weak version of http://www.kartoo.com/

    Beyond this remark, I think visual representation of search result are what users tend to ask for. And in these case we talk about 2D representations … I really wonder about 3D representation of this kind of graph.

  • Hugo, Thanks for your comments and welcome to plmtwine! Kartoo had nice visualizations and I see they improved last time. I see Kartoo is complex when you present graph. I think stronger presentation of this graph is what 3DLive can generally do in 3D. What is your view on this? …. Best, Oleg

  • H.

    Well, I think you’re right, 3DLive does the job when we talk about 3D representation of complex structures.
    But what about “abstract meaning”? I mean, in 3D you can represent a car, but what if you look for the word “happiness”, for instance ?

  • Hugo, Thanks for your comment! 3DLive in my view is good to represent “one type of relations” – product structure. Other type of rels are supported, but user experience could be challenging… What is your view? How do you see it? Best, Oleg.