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Duplicate options lets you choose whether or not you want to use similarity analysis to process your search results. Similarity analysis detects similar documents in your search results and groups them together. For more information about duplicate options, see What are Group Duplicates options?.
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This feature lets you obtain more in-depth information about an item mentioned within the document you are viewing by automatically using that item as a search term within the other LexisNexis services you choose. Select this checkbox if you want the access link (icon) to this feature displayed every time an eligible item is mentioned within the document. Or, clear this checkbox if you only want the link displayed with the first mention of that eligible item.
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