You're looking to create quick and dynamic search results using the top and rare commands to find the most or least common values across multiple fields - two commands that share the same search syntax.
This video shows you how to effectively use the
rare commands in your searches. You'll learn:
- An introduction to the
- Examples of basic searches using
- How to use
rareto find the most or least common values across multiple fields
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