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Boolean Advanced Practice 3: Title & Ingress

  • 24 November 2022
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In the course Creating Searches with Boolean: Advanced we reviewed the Boolean operators that can help you find prominent mentions of your organization. Here is a safe place where you can practice your new knowledge. You can also practice in Explore and test your search to see if you are getting the results you expected.

 

How it works:

  1. Pick at least one scenario listed below and create a mock search.
  2. Add your search as a reply below. No cheating!
  3. Once you post your search, review what other learners have added to see how it compares.
  4. We will PM you the answer key

 

Let’s Practice

 

Let’s practice using the operators title: and ingress:. Pick at least one scenario listed below and create a mock search. Add your search as a reply below.

 

Scenario 1 👵

Find documents that mention Star Wars or George Lucas in the first paragraph of an article written by Mike Hale.

 

Scenario 2 🍔

Find documents that mention at least one of the following McDonald’s holiday menu items in the title or first paragraph: Mighty McMuffin, Big Tasty Burger or Festive Pie.

 

Scenario 3 ✈️

Find documents that mention Delta Airlines in the title or first paragraph, and that also include mentions of at least one of the following terms in the article: elite status, frequent flier, or rewards programs.


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((title: “Delta Airlines”) OR (Ingress: “Delta Airlines”)) AND (“elite status” OR “frequent flier” OR “rewards programs”)

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