March 13


How To Create a Customised Data Science Search Engine For Your Website (Without Taking All Day)

For many tasks performing a normal Google search will locate the most relevant pages for your query.  When working on focused projects, however, it is might be preferable to restrict the scope of your search to some specific website domains that may not normally rise to the top of your search research.  For example, there may be results from websites like, ahem, your own website, that you might like to include in your results.  Let's see how to do it and have a look at the results shall we?

Google has created a simple interface where you can specify the websites you would like to include in your search engine here.

My Custom Data Science Search Bar

Enter search query in the box above...


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