SERP-test: connecting researchers & developers in software testing

This website is developed to support the use and evolution of the SERP-Test taxonomy which aims to bridge the gap between research and practice in software testing. This is an extension of the SERP-connect project.

Descriptions of practical challenges and research results are classified and organized according to four facets. The taxonomy and related facets can be inspected below. For more information please refer to the paper cited above.

The SERP-Test taxonomy

Hover over the table to see which facet you are currently viewing


Click the tables on the left to get more information about the facets


Classify in a shared taxonomy

Using a shared taxonomy developed by the SERP research team.


Use search to find challenges and research related to your own queries.

Visualise relationships

Use the visualiser to get an overview of the relations between your entries.

Organise with collections

Organise your entries in collections and invite other people to collaborate.

Experiment with extensions

Extend the shared taxonomy if your dataset requires finer granularity.

Share your data

Share your collection search and explore links with colleagues.

Get started


Head over to the explore page to get an idea of how the visualiser works.


To submit entries you first need an account, sign up here!

View a collection

You can explore and search an existing collection.


Want to look at the existing data? Check it out on the search page!

Learn more

Go to the about page for more information on the SERP-connect project.


Interested in this project? Take a look at our GitHub page for documentation on the web tool itself along with guides for contributors!