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skylark:search [15/03/2019 @ 16:01]
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skylark:search [08/01/2020 @ 10:52]
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  The keyword search function has been updated in the latest Skylark release to be more intuitive and flexible.  The keyword search function has been updated in the latest Skylark release to be more intuitive and flexible.
 The default setting for a multi-term search is now an __implied OR search__. The default setting for a multi-term search is now an __implied OR search__.
-e.g. if you make a standard keyword search for //blood pressure// the results will be any variable with the word blood OR the word pressure in the variable name or label+e.g. if you make a standard keyword search for //blood pressure// the results will be any variable with the word blood OR the word pressure in the variable name or label.
  
 You can use the modifiers - + and “ next to one or more search terms to change the focus of a keyword search. You can use the modifiers - + and “ next to one or more search terms to change the focus of a keyword search.
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-\\ //​__Library__//​ searching can be another very useful ‘topic’ search, for example the library ‘Alcohol14’ contains all the variables on alcohol use collected in 2014. However, only the more recent libraries have contextual names, with many of the older data being housed in libraries called ‘B01’ or ‘Y79’, which give no idea of their contents. ​+\\ //​__Library__//​ searching can be another very useful ‘topic’ search, for example the library ‘Alcohol14’ contains all the variables on alcohol use collected in 2014. However, only the more recent libraries have contextual names, with many of the older data being housed in libraries called ‘B01’ or ‘Y79’, which give no idea of their contents. ​However, every library has a brief description listed in the dropdown menu.  ​
  
 A {{library_files.pdf|guide}} to the NSHD data libraries and their contents is available. ​ \\  A {{library_files.pdf|guide}} to the NSHD data libraries and their contents is available. ​ \\ 
   * **However**,​ __please note__ that not all the libraries listed in the guide are available on Skylark. Sensitive or possibly disclosive libraries may have been removed to protect the study and the identity of its participants. ​ \\    * **However**,​ __please note__ that not all the libraries listed in the guide are available on Skylark. Sensitive or possibly disclosive libraries may have been removed to protect the study and the identity of its participants. ​ \\ 
-  * Also, many of the libraries relate to various sub-studies that have taken place over the years. In some cases, the variables will contain only a few hundred cases, rather than the full sample. Please use the frequency tables for individual variables present on Skylark to check the details, prior to adding to your basket.  ​+  * Also, many of the libraries relate to various sub-studies that have taken place over the years. In some cases, the variables will contain only a few hundred cases, rather than the full sample. Please use the frequency tables for individual variables present on Skylark to check the details, prior to adding to your basket. 
 +  * The [[mrepo:​insight|Insight 46 neuroscience sub-study]] libraries all begin with '​I46...'​
  
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