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You can use the DataONE search engine ONEMercury to find one or more datasets. You may do this in one of two ways. First, access the DataONE website at www.dataone.org and then either: 1. Locate the “search” box in the top center of the DataONE home page. ONEMercury appears as the default search engine. To search for data, enter a search term in the “for” box to the right of the “search” box and click “go”. 2. Alternatively, scroll down the DataONE homepage to click on the picture of the ONEMercury search interface. This opens the ONEMercury search interface and provides access to its advanced search features.

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You can use the DataONE search engine ONEMercury to find one or more datasets. You may do this in one of two ways. First, access several ways:

  • From the DataONE website home page at www.dataone.org and then either: 1. Locate http://www.dataone.org locate the “search” box in the top center of the DataONE home page. ONEMercury appears as the default search engine. To search for data, enter a search term in the “for” box to the right of the “search” box and click “go”. 2. Alternatively,
  • From that same DataONE home page, scroll down near the DataONE homepage to bottom and click on the picture of the ONEMercury search interface. This opens the ONEMercury search interface and provides access to its advanced search features.
  • You can go directly to the ONEMercury page at https://cn.dataone.org/onemercury/

As DataONE develops, other search interfaces will be added. Developers can also consult the DataONE API documentation for ways of enabling DataONE search in their applications.

You can use the DataONE search engine ONEMercury ONEMercury to find one or more datasets. You may do this in one of several ways:

  • From the DataONE home page at http://www.dataone.org locate the “search” box in the top center of the DataONE home page. ONEMercury ONEMercury appears as the default search engine. To search for data, enter a search term in the “for” box to the right of the “search” box and click “go”.
  • From that same DataONE home page, scroll down near the bottom and click on the picture of the ONEMercury ONEMercury search interface. This opens the ONEMercury search interface and provides access to its advanced search features.
  • You can go directly to the ONEMercury ONEMercury page at https://cn.dataone.org/onemercury/

As DataONE develops, other search interfaces will be added. Developers can also consult the DataONE API documentation for ways of enabling DataONE search in their applications.