How-to: PLOS Search FAQ Share via FacebookShare via TwitterShare via LinkedinShare via Google+Share via RedditShare via Mail The PLOS Search API gives developers access to data that can be flexibly integrated into applications for the web, desktop or mobile devices. It allows PLOS content to be queried using any of the twenty three terms in the PLOS Search. Track this How-To/Source-Code Submit a How-To/Source-Code Summary Followers Comments Comments (0) Comment * Leave this field blank Post Comment Followers (0) Track this Howto/Sourcecode Sorry, No Followers Specs Realated APIs PLoS Search Tags Mobile, Search, Search, Search Added June 9, 2013 URL http://api.plos.org/solr/faq/ Followers (0) /View all Track this Howto/Source code Related News Articles /View all Search-as-a-Service and API-as-Product: An Interview with Algolia Search-as-a-Service and API-as-Product: An Interview with Algolia Over the past year, French startup Algolia has pivoted its business model to focus on providing search as a service by offering an easy-to-integrate API product for use by websites and online busin... Interview Mark Boyd API, Tools, Search 4 months ago 0 Search-as-a-Service and API-as-Product: An Interview with Algolia Find Out Who's Who With Indie Identity Service IDLight API Find Out Who's Who With Indie Identity Service IDLight API An email address can be the key to an online identity, and that's just what IDLight is using in its identity lookup API. By supplying either an email address or a URL to the IDLight API you could ... News Garrett Wilkin API, Email, Identity 4 months ago 0 Find Out Who's Who With Indie Identity Service IDLight API Is the True Knowledge API an Answer to Natural Language Search? Is the True Knowledge API an Answer to Natural Language Search? Google has dominated the search engine world for years, weathering the attempts of many competitors who have tried and failed to capture a piece of the search engine market. True Knowledge, a new n... News Michael Manoochehri Search, Semantics 4 months ago 3 Is the True Knowledge API an Answer to Natural Language Search?