2014 Review: As Volumes Intensify, Data Search Tools Get Smart

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At the start of 2014, Thomson Reuters unveiled the fourth iteration of its Eikon data desktop, featuring new search features designed to make it easier for users to access the platform’s content and analytics. The new functionality allows clients to run natural-language search queries, marking a significant departure from traditional terminals that require users to remember shortcuts and codes. In addition, the system auto-suggests search terms, and also analyzes individuals’ usage patterns to

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