The Top 5% is a ranking that Google uses to rank libraries based on their quality and popularity.
It’s based on the number of articles published per month by each library in the U.S. and its location within the country.
For example, if the number is 4, the library in New York is the top spot on the ranking, while a library in California is the fourth.
The algorithm takes into account factors like library hours, geographic proximity, and number of books per library.
The top five% of all U.K. libraries are located in London, according to the website.
The Top 20% of U.N. libraries in the world are located at the United Nations headquarters in New Delhi.
The ranking algorithm is based on several factors, including a library’s geographic location, quality, and the number and quality of articles.
You can see how your library stacks up against the top 10,000 libraries in America, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and New Zealand by clicking here.
The rankings are based on over 2.3 million articles from Google News, including articles from The New York Times, USA Today, the Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, ABC News, MSNBC, Fox News, The Associated Press, The Economist, Business Insider, Yahoo!, and Wikipedia.
To learn how to customize your library’s search results, check out this guide.
Learn more about Google and its search algorithm here.