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Confidence in CDDmatics Pascal's results

Search through unstructured data

The search algorithm determines which results are relevant based on:
1. Each/how many input fields you provide.
2. How often it finds your input in the data. (a rarely used name gets a higher score than a common name because it is more likely to be the person you are searching for).
3. When it finds a hit, how often does your search term appear in the hit itself? the more often, the more relevant it will be.
4. When it finds a hit, how much data does the hit have? Less data means your search term is more likely to be relevant. (It is more similar to your search)

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