paresh mokashi 1 Posted September 22, 2014 Share Posted September 22, 2014 hello, i want to create a huge database on ancient history. this request is regarding creating a document kind of application which has a fine search facility. for example, i want to start writing notes on illiad. i ideally would like to open a simple word kind of document and start writing notes. notes may vary in size, 2 lines/10 ines/ couple of pages. i can leave a line space between the notes to differenciate between two notes or i can number them. now, when i search for a word or words , the notes containing that word should appear (of course in editable/open form). if i search for achilles or war strategy or children of zeus, the notes with the word should be displayed. and only those notes should be displayed and not the entire page on which the note is written. because there could be other unrelated notes on the same page. so, the unit of inputting and search output is very important. and that could be a note as i have described. many academic researchers and others too are looking for a product like this but not finding one.after i finish illiad, i may start on mahabharat. i will open a new doc and start writing notes. thus, i may write notes on many more books. therefore the search facility could be multilayered. if i search for 'chariots' on the first level, all the notes containing 'chariots' from all the books could appear. and if search the word within a single book, the notes from that book only could appear.as evernote has created a good convinient note based app, i am requesting the experts to please create something like what i have described. what we have currently is a little tedious for my kind of job. everytime i have to open a new note/window to write a new note. then i need to think of tags etc. but if all these facilities are incorporated in simple document form, it would be easy to write and search.forgive me for explaining it in detail and in non technical term as i am no expert in this field. thanks. Link to comment
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