You can initiate a search by entering keywords or selecting filters (e.g., under Subject, Geography, etc.) on the left side of the page.
Filters can be used together or in any combination. Each time you select a filter, the results on the page are updated.
To start a new search, click on the Clear all button above the search box or deselect each filter.
Specified keywords and filters appear above the search box. You can deselect any or all the tags to refine or clear your search.
You can enter keywords in the search box. It is not necessary to use “+” or “, “ or “AND”.
You can delete some or all of the keywords from your search string.
Quotes around keywords limit the search to a specific phrase.
For example, “labour force survey” will limit results to products containing this phrase.
Use “or” between keywords to obtain results that contain one or more search terms.
For example, labour or force or survey will limit results to products containing any or all of these words.
This search looks for results that have your query term in the title, description, subject, geography, product number or other information about the product.
For example, when searching the term ‘Diseases’, all results with the word ‘Diseases’ in the title, description or tagged the subject appear.
The text within an article or publication are not searched. For full text searching of articles, use the site search.
The Sort by feature provides three options:
The Sort by feature provides four options: