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Old 06-30-2017, 05:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Dynamic equation model in Excel

Hi guys,

I am looking to create a dynamic model that enables me to search news articles based on a set composition of key words (e.g. "Bakery" AND "Bread" NOT "Confectionary") or ("Bakery" NEAR-10 "Bread" NOT "Confectionary"). The system I work in combines and excludes words with the commands AND or NOT, whereas NEAR-10 implies that it should not be more than ten words between them in the article. Kind of like a tailored and more detailed Google search.

So my problem is that I want to create a model where it is easy to change and add words to this search link. Is this even doable with Excel or do you need more advanced programs? I'm quite green at programming, so apologize beforehand for any stupid questions. I hope I managed to explain my problem adequately.

Best regards from Oslo.
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