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ECHO access will show the first 10 results of a search. If there are more results, ECHO Access will allow you to traverse those results in the following manner.

For any result set you will always be able to go directly to the first or last page of results.

If you are not at the first page, you will be able to navigate to the previous page.

If you are not at the last page, you will be able to navigate to the next page.

Examples,

  1. You have conducted a search that yields 33 hits. If you,
    1. Do nothing, you will see results 1 to 10
    2. Click on 'next', you will see results 11 to 20
    3. Click on 'last', you will see results 31 to 33
  2. You have navigated to the 11th result by clicking on 'next', If you,
    1. Do nothing, you will see results 11 to 20
    2. Click on 'previous' you will see results 1 to 10
    3. Click on 'next' you will see results 21 to 31

Note that if you move to a certain page in your dataset results and then either view more information on that dataset or search that dataset, clicking on the 'Return to dataset results' link will return you to the same page in your dataset results. The same is true for granule searches.

For example,

  1. On the dataset search page, type in the keyword 'MODIS' and click on 'Search'.
  2. You will see 10 results related to the 'MODIS' keyword.
  3. Click on 'Next'
  4. You will see 10 more results related to the 'MODIS' keyword. You will see 'Showing 11 to 20 of x results' and 'Page 2 of x'
  5. Click on 'View this dataset'
  6. Click on 'Return to dataset results'
  7. You will notice that your dataset search parameters have been preserved ('MODIS') and you are still on page 2 of the result set
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