Sandy Pond Farm Linguistics Lab

Mission Statement: Provide a search service that indexes data semantically, based on sentence structure; subject, subject complement, or direct object, etc. versus just key words. Recognize information that is not directly communicated by the author, by relating acronyms, abbreviations, and compound nouns to appropriate subject matter within an article. Results will be ordered and prioritized by the strength of the correlation of search term to the sentences returned. Results will provide full sentences where possible, with deep links to those sentences, making it possible for users to jump directly to those sentences of interest. Such a tool will improve the search experience and increase the value of data.

Current prototypes include:
Wikipedia data,, Medical data (PubMed, & others), and Massachusetts municipality data
All sites are currently live and last updated on 5/2017, but if you would like to schedule a demonstration by the founder, email Thomas Cowley at