Analyzer of the Location Search Quality
One of the most frequent and most obvious uses of search engines is for mere geographical navigation. We often want to find out whether a certain organization, business, service etc. is located where it should be, from our point of view. Although the overall search quality for this type of queries is not bad at all, mistakes sometimes occur. E.g., the search engine promptly finds the entity in question in some other city district or even some other city. Or, conversely, it supplies us with similar addresses of other organizations, presuming it doesn't make any difference what we shall do, provided we do it in the right place. This analyzer was made to compare the respective merits of search engines in dealing with such queries.