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Building Research Tools with Google For Dummies

ISBN: 978-0-7645-7809-0
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366 pages
April 2005
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Introduction.

Part I: Getting Started with Google Research.

Chapter 1: Googling the World.

Chapter 2: Researching with Google and the Web.

Chapter 3: Delivering and Automating Research Results.

Part II: Crafting Queries and Using the Google Research Tools.

Chapter 4: Building Simple, Effective Queries.

Chapter 5: Achieving Precision with Google Operators.

Chapter 6: Using Google Answers to Learn Google Research Techniques.

Chapter 7: Getting Help from the Google Directory.

Chapter 8: Researching Photographs with Google.

Chapter 9: Providing Competitive Intelligence: Researching an Industry.

Part III: Building Valuable Research Content.

Chapter 10: Researching Like a Pro.

Chapter 11: Using Google’s Comparative Methodology to Your Advantage.

Chapter 12: Packaging and Delivering Research.

Part IV: Building Research Tools Using the Google APIs.

Chapter 13: From Scripting to the Google Web APIs.

Chapter 14: Downloading a Developer Key.

Chapter 15: Understanding WSDL and Web Services.

Chapter 16: Building a C# Google Application.

Chapter 17: Creating Your Own Search Window with the Google APIs.

Chapter 18: Understanding and Following Trends.

Part V: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 19: Ten (Mostly Really Useful) Google Research Resources.

Chapter 20: Ten Tools That Use the Google APIs.

Part VI: Appendixes.

Appendix A: Using the SDK.

Appendix B: Building a Research Application with Visual Basic .NET.

Appendix C: Using the Google APIs with Java.

Index.

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