Spell Check Tab
Studio > Relevance > Basic Relevance > Spell Check Tab
The Spell Check Tab of the SearchStax Studio’s Basic Relevance screen lets us take a search keyword and apply a closeness algorithm to locate similar-looking words in the index (Data Driven) or in a custom list (Dictionary Driven).
When a query returns zero results, the Spell Check feature suggests an alternate spelling. The following image shows a spelling correction from the Search Preview screen.
Spellcheck may be Data Driven, or it may be Dictionary Driven, or both Data+Dictionary Driven. If data-driven, the Studio consults the contents of a field pre-selected by the user. When a query returns zero results, the Studio attempts to find a word in that field that resembles the user’s current input.
If dictionary-driven, the Studio uses a spellcheck dictionary that you provide.
You can build the dictionary one word at a time, or you can upload a .CSV or .TXT file. Individual words should be separated by a comma or by whitespace (such as newline). When you upload a file, it appends words to the previous list. Duplicate entries are ignored.
Spelling checking of queries is applied automatically by the Search Preview screen.
Do not hesitate to contact the SearchStax Support Desk.