|Enter your search term in the box below. All components of the Digital Clendening will be searched.
Enter search terms in all lower case. This forces the search engine to find all versions of the terms—upper, lower or mixed case. Example:
search term: harvey
matches: Harvey, harvey or HARVEY
Entering your search terms in mixed case will force the search engine to match that term exactly.
search term: Harvey
matches: Harvey, but not harvey or HARVEY
NOTE: the search engine performs word stemming by default. A search on the term ‘diagnostic’ will also produce results that include diagnostics, etc.
Searching only page titles
You can steamline your searches by restricting them to one specific area of a document. For example, search for a page title match as follows:harvey <IN> title
<IN> instructs the search engine to look in a specific location for the terms included in the search, in this case, the document title. The <IN> tag can also specify: <PARAGRAPH> <SENTENCE> <PHRASE> or <NEAR> (NEAR selects documents containing specified search terms, where the closer the search terms are within a document, the higher the document’s ranking).
A boolean search is one in which you assign simple rules to the search. The most basic of these are the AND, OR, and NOT operators. Examples:search term: harvey AND circulation
matches pages that contain the two terms: harvey and circulation
search term: harvey NOT circulation
matches documents that contain the term ‘harvey’ but not the term ‘circulation’.
search term: harvey OR circulation
Matches documents that contain one or both terms ‘harvey’ or ‘circulation’