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My postgres windows client, upon receiving a query with many results, only shows some of them initially, showing -- More -- at the bottom and making you hit "enter" to show each new result line. This is cumbersome and silly. What can I do to make it show me absolutely every result from the start?




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The process and options for downloading content and formatting downloaded content vary based on whether you're downloading from a Look or an Explore, from a dashboard, from a legacy dashboard, or from a merged results query.


When you click Run in a Look or an Explore, Looker checks your permissions and determines whether the complexity of the query and the database dialect will allow the entire query to be downloaded. If you have the permissions (for results above a set limit) and if Looker determines that your entire query can be downloaded, the All Results option will be available in the Download window.


When you select All Results, you may also see the option to Remove all sorts from query. This option prevents sorting on your query before you download the results. Selecting this option may speed up your download, since sorting a query can be costly to performance for certain database types.


When you are downloading a large result set in Looker using Google BigQuery as your database dialect and you select All Results, you may see the Allow large results option. This is because Google BigQuery has a maximum response size for query results, as described in the Write query results Google Cloud documentation topic. In order to download results that exceed the BigQuery maximum response size, Looker must perform a different process.


You can download your entire dashboard as a PDF, which means you will get a PDF that displays the dashboard title, any dashboard filters, some or all dashboard tiles, and the time zone the dashboard was run in. The PDF will also include a timestamp that shows when the dashboard was downloaded.


Select or leave unselected Expand tables to show all rows. If you select this option, for dashboard tiles that use table visualizations, the PDF will show all the rows that are available in the table visualization, not just the rows that are visible in the dashboard tile thumbnail. If you do not select this option, only the rows that are visible in the thumbnail without scrolling will appear in the PDF. Dashboard and query filters will still apply, as will visualization settings such as row limits, column limits, and settings that are made with the Limit Displayed Rows option.If the Expand Tables to Show All Rows option is selected, dashboard tiles that contain table visualizations may look slightly different in downloaded PDFs than they do inside Looker. The following differences may be noticeable in the PDF:


When you download a dashboard as CSV files, the options for formatting downloads, such as setting custom row limits or choosing all results, are unavailable. The row limits in the downloaded files correlate to the row limits on the corresponding tiles.


You cannot download the data from dashboard tiles based on merged results queries, but the data from merged results tiles is included if you download a dashboard as a PDF or as a collection of CSV files.


Looker checks your permissions and determines whether the complexity of the query and the database dialect will allow the entire query to be downloaded. If you have the permissions to download results above a set limit and if Looker determines that your entire query can be downloaded, the All Results option will be available in the Download window.


Select the Single column format box if you want the PDF to show the legacy dashboard tiles in a single vertical column. Leave the box unselected if you want the PDF to show the tiles as they are arranged in the legacy dashboard.


If you select the Expand tables to show all rows option, for dashboard tiles that use table visualizations, the PDF will show all the rows that are available in the table visualization, not just the rows that are visible in the dashboard tile thumbnail. If you do not select this option, only the rows that are visible in the thumbnail without scrolling will appear in the PDF. Dashboard and query filters will still apply, as will visualization settings such as row limits, column limits, and settings made with the Limit Displayed Rows option.


If you do not see the Paper size or Expand tables to show all rows options, talk to your Looker admin about installing the appropriate version of the Chromium renderer for your Looker instance.


You cannot download the data from legacy dashboard tiles based on merged results queries, but the data from merged results tiles is included if you download a legacy dashboard as a PDF or as a collection of CSV files.


Have results sent to your phone in real-time, by downloading Expo's mobile event app and creating a user profile. Once downloaded, turn on the notifications in the settings for the breed shows you would like result notifications for.


Hiding results can be very useful if you want to avoid getting biased results. Especially for sensitive matters, or when you do not want your audience to get influenced by the answers submitted by the faster fingers.


I tried to rebuild the index but it works for temporary only. Last time I rebuilt index is 29 Dec 2021 , I search mail today , the result only return same as 29 Dec 2021. If I rebuild index today and search again tomorrow , result only show until today.


If want to include image files in a result, such as a product photo or logo, store them outside of Azure Cognitive Search, but include a field in your index to reference the image URL in the search document. Sample indexes that support images in the results include the realestate-sample-us demo (a built-in sample dataset that you can build easily in the Import Data wizard), and the New York City Jobs demo app.


Occasionally, the substance and not the structure of results are unexpected. For example, you might find that some results appear to be duplicates, or a result that should appear near the top is positioned lower in the results. When query outcomes are unexpected, you can try these query modifications to see if results improve:


The results of paginated queries aren't guaranteed to be stable if the underlying index is changing. Paging changes the value of $skip for each page, but each query is independent and operates on the current view of the data as it exists in the index at query time (in other words, there's no caching or snapshot of results, such as those found in a general purpose database).


Now assume you want results returned two at a time, ordered by rating. You would execute this query to get the first page of results: $top=2&$skip=0&$orderby=rating desc, producing the following results:


On the service, assume a fifth document is added to the index in between query calls: "id": "5", "rating": 4 . Shortly thereafter, you execute a query to fetch the second page: $top=2&$skip=2&$orderby=rating desc, and get these results:


In a full text search query, results can be ranked by a search score, a semantic reranker score (if using semantic search), or by an $orderby expression in the query request that specifies an explicit sort order.


For full text search queries, results are automatically ranked by a search score, calculated based on term frequency and proximity in a document (derived from TF-IDF), with higher scores going to documents having more or stronger matches on a search term.


The "@search.score" range is 0 up to (but not including) 1.00. A "@search.score" equal to 1.00 indicates an unscored or unranked result set, where the 1.0 score is uniform across all results. Unscored results occur when the query form is fuzzy search, wildcard or regex queries, or an empty search (search=*). If you need to impose a ranking structure over unscored results, an $orderby expression will help you achieve that objective.


If consistent ordering is an application requirement, you can explicitly define an $orderby expression on a field. Only fields that are indexed as "sortable" can be used to order results.


Another approach that promotes order consistency is using a custom scoring profile. Scoring profiles give you more control over the ranking of items in search results, with the ability to boost matches found in specific fields. The extra scoring logic can help override minor differences among replicas because the search scores for each document are farther apart. We recommend the ranking algorithm for this approach.


Note: The Results by Year timeline counts all publication dates for a citation as supplied by the publisher, e.g., print and electronic publication dates. These dates may span more than one year; for example, an article that was published online in November 2018 and published in a print issue in January 2019. This means the sum of results represented in the timeline may differ from the search results count.


The relative date range search for publication dates will also include citations with publication dates after today's date; therefore, citations with publication dates in the future will be included in the results.


The Exclude preprints filter can be added to the sidebar using the Additional Filters button. Alternatively, you can exclude preprints from your search results by including NOT preprint[pt] at the end of your query.


The MEDLINE filter can be added to the sidebar using the Additional Filters button. To use this filter in a query, add medline[sb] to your search. The MEDLINE filter limits results to citations that are indexed for MEDLINE.


Click the title of the citation to go to its abstract page, or change the search results display to Abstract format using the Display options button in the upper right corner of the search results page. 041b061a72


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