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Google Clustering: Looking at Lists of Google Suggestions

Eric Giguere has put a tool together that allows you to explore Google's "Suggestions" feature... where you begin typing in a search query and Google provides you with a number of suggested searches.

With his tool, however (available at, it returns Google's suggestions as a list of hyperlinks. No, it's not really clustering, but it's interesting to see how Google hangs queries together.

I tried searching for thunder, and I got a list of results that included the results on the left, then the number of queries in the middle, and then the same results on the right broken out by individual words. (So on the left you could click on and get suggestion results for "Thunder Cats", while on the right you could click on and get suggestions for either "Thunder" or "Cats".) Hey Eric, how about one more column -- to actually run the search in Google?

The words are all hyperlinked so you can move from suggestion to suggestion -- thunder to thunderstorms to thunderstorms for kids to ... well, I guess there aren't any suggestions after that. As I said there doesn't seem to be any easy way to run the Google search itself once you've found something interesting.

Nerds can get more information on how Eric accesses the information for his tool at


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