Talkwalker Query Syntax
A single search query can support up to 50 operands and be up to 4096 characters long in length. To create complex queries, operands may be combined using Boolean Operators.
All queries are executed in their unaccented and case insensitive form, thus a search for "éléVE" will also match all documents with the word "eleve". No language stemming is being done, thus a search for the "children" won’t return results with the word "child". Non Latin characters and Emojis can also be used for creating queries.
The following pages are continuously extended, as we are adding new fields on an irregular basis.
These transformations apply when a query contains no operators from the query syntax (quotes, AND, OR, wildcards etc, see below).
| Operator | Description | Example |
Advanced Search Options
| Option | Description | Example |
URL Based Search
| Type | Description | Example |
Metric (Minimum / Maximum) Restrictions
metricname<n and metric_name:n return only documents which match a specific value or range of a metric.
Some documents have precise geographic data in form of GPS measured coordinates provided by the source.
Special Query Modifiers
All queries are executed in their unaccented and case insensitive form on the content and the title of documents. To change this behaviour, use flag: to enable special query modes.