In Azure, the following services provide natural language processing (NLP) capabilities: Azure HDInsight with Spark and Spark MLlib. Azure Databricks. Microsoft Cognitive Services.

1. Use simple Lucene query syntax - Azure Cognitive Search

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  • Updated: 2022-09-28
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  • Summary: Use simple Lucene query syntax
  • Matched Content: Query examples demonstrating the simple syntax for full text search, filter search, and geo search against an Azure Cognitive Search index.
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2. Create an index in Azure Cognitive Search - Microsoft Learn

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  • Updated: 2022-09-28
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  • Summary: Create an index in Azure Cognitive Search
  • Matched Content: In Azure Cognitive Search, query requests target the searchable text in a search index. In this article, learn the steps for defining and 
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3. Azure SQL indexer - Cognitive Search - Microsoft Learn

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  • Summary: Azure SQL indexer Cognitive Search
  • Matched Content: Set up a search indexer to index data stored in Azure SQL Database for full text search in Azure Cognitive Search.
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4. Filter on search results - Azure Cognitive Search

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  • Updated: 2022-09-28
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  • Summary: Filter on search results
  • Matched Content: It's the filter attached to the search query that provides the geolocation see How to rebuild an Azure Cognitive Search index.
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5. Searching document text at scale using Azure Cognitive Search

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  • Updated: 2022-09-27
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  • Summary: Searching document text at scale using Azure Cognitive Search
  • Matched Content: Using the Azure CLI, create a resource group (if not already created), To enrich our Azure Cognitive Search Index with an AI skillset, 
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6. Relevance and scoring - Azure Cognitive Search - Microsoft Learn

  • Author: microsoft.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-27
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  • Summary: Relevance and scoring Azure Cognitive Search
  • Matched Content: Azure Cognitive Search finds documents that match on search 
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  • Edited by: Ingunna Frans

7. Full Text Search for Azure Cognitive Service and Azure SQL Database

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  • Updated: 2022-09-27
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  • Summary: Full Text Search for Azure Cognitive Service and Azure SQL Database
  • Matched Content: In this article we look at how to build a new index for full text search using Azure SQL Database and Azure Cognitive Search.
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8. Using Azure Cognitive Search

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  • Summary: Using Azure Cognitive Search
  • Matched Content: To use Azure Cognitive Search on your website, perform the following steps: Set up an Azure Cognitive Search service (see the Create an Azure 
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9. Index large data sets in Azure Cognitive Search - Microsoft Learn

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  • Updated: 2022-09-26
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  • Summary: Index large data sets in Azure Cognitive Search
  • Matched Content: Azure Cognitive Search supports two basic approaches for importing data into a search index: pushing your data into the index 
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10. An Overview of Azure Cognitive Search Service - MS SQL Tips

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  • Summary: An Overview of Azure Cognitive Search Service
  • Matched Content: Use Azure Portal for Creating an Azure Cognitive Search Index To create an API connection to Azure Cognitive Services, open the Azure portal 
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  • Edited by: Wynn Darrill

11. Extract paragraph or sentence from pdf azure cognitive search

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  • Updated: 2022-09-23
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  • Summary: Extract paragraph or sentence from pdf azure cognitive search
  • Matched Content: 1 Answer AyoushU-1289, Yes. It's possible with Azure Cognitive Search. Azure Search can extract all text from PDF text elements. The Azure 
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  • Edited by: Nariko Charlton

12. Synonymes dans Recherche cognitive Azure

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  • Updated: 2022-09-23
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  • Summary: Synonymes dans Recherche cognitive Azure
  • Matched Content: l'étendue d'une requête de recherche sur un index de Recherche cognitive Azure. Classement sémantique - Azure Cognitive Search.
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13. Model complex data types - Azure Cognitive Search - Microsoft Learn

  • Author: microsoft.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-21
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  • Summary: Model complex data types
  • Matched Content: Nested or hierarchical data structures can be modeled in an Azure Cognitive Search index using ComplexType and Collections data types.
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14. Service limits for tiers and skus - Azure Cognitive Search

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  • Updated: 2022-09-21
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  • Summary: Service limits for tiers and skus
  • Matched Content: Service limits in Azure Cognitive Search You need both resources for storage, indexing, and query operations. Index alias limits.
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  • Edited by: Neala Chasse

15. Azure Cosmos DB SQL indexer - Cognitive Search

  • Author: microsoft.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-21
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  • Summary: Azure Cosmos DB SQL indexer
  • Matched Content: Set up a search indexer to index data stored in Azure Cosmos DB for DB indexing and Cognitive Search indexing are different operations.
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16. Document operations using Azure Cognitive Search REST APIs

  • Author: microsoft.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-20
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  • Summary: Document operations using Azure Cognitive Search REST APIs
  • Matched Content: In this article. Operations on search documents; See also. In Azure Cognitive Search, an index is stored in the cloud and populated using 
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17. Index overview - Azure Cognitive Search

  • Author: microsoft.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-20
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  • Summary: Azure Cognitive Search Index overview
  • Matched Content: In Azure Cognitive Search, a search index is your searchable content, available to the search engine for indexing, full text search, 
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18. Will you provide Index Alias in Azure Cognitive Search?

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  • Updated: 2022-09-20
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  • Summary: Will you provide Index Alias in Azure Cognitive Search?
  • Matched Content: In ElasticSearch, there is a feature called "Index Alias". I don't see any of this in Azure Cognitive Search.
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19. Create an index alias - Azure Cognitive Search

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  • Updated: 2022-09-19
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  • Summary: Create an index alias
  • Matched Content: In Azure Cognitive Search, an index alias is a secondary name that can be used to refer to an index for querying, indexing, 
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  • Edited by: Hertha Betteann

20. Create an indexer - Azure Cognitive Search - Microsoft Docs

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  • Updated: 2022-09-15
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  • Summary: Create an indexer Azure Cognitive Search
  • Matched Content: Creating indexers in Azure Cognitive Search · Indexer definitions · Prerequisites · Prepare external data · Prepare a data source · Prepare an index.
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21. Azure SQL indexer - Cognitive Search - Microsoft Docs

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  • Updated: 2022-09-15
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  • Summary: Azure SQL indexer Cognitive Search
  • Matched Content: Set up a search indexer to index data stored in Azure SQL Database for full text search in Azure Cognitive Search.
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22. Content metadata properties - Azure Cognitive Search

  • Author: microsoft.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-15
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  • Summary: Content metadata properties Azure Cognitive Search
  • Matched Content: Metadata properties can provide content to fields in a search index. This article lists metadata properties supported in Azure Cognitive 
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  • Edited by: Elsbeth Bakemeier

23. Model complex data types - Azure Cognitive Search - Microsoft Docs

  • Author: microsoft.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-14
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  • Summary: Model complex data types
  • Matched Content: Nested or hierarchical data structures can be modeled in an Azure Cognitive Search index using ComplexType and Collections data types.
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  • Edited by: Virginie Innis

24. Quickstart: Create a search index in the Azure portal - Microsoft Docs

  • Author: microsoft.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-13
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  • Summary: Create a search index in the Azure portal
  • Matched Content: This tutorial provided a quick introduction to Azure Cognitive Search using the Azure portal. You learned how to create a search index using the 
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  • Edited by: Moyra Hallee

25. Relevance and scoring - Azure Cognitive Search - Microsoft Docs

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  • Updated: 2022-09-08
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  • Summary: Relevance and scoring Azure Cognitive Search
  • Matched Content: Azure Cognitive Search finds documents that match on search 
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  • Edited by: Scarlet Hinkel

26. Azure Cognitive Search client library for Python - Microsoft Docs

  • Author: microsoft.com
  • Updated: 2022-09-07
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  • Summary: Azure Cognitive Search client library for Python
  • Matched Content: The Azure Cognitive Search service is well suited for the following cors_options=cors_options) result = client.create_index(index) 
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27. Azure Cognitive Search - OData select reference - Microsoft Docs

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  • Updated: 2022-09-07
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  • Summary: Azure Cognitive Search OData select reference
  • Matched Content: return in the search results of Azure Cognitive Search queries. OData $select syntax in Azure Cognitive Search odata-filter-expr
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  • Edited by: Ronica Herrick