Re: [ba-unrev-talk] Getting a search to work
lists graduate programs in Exercise Science.
Stanford is not on the list.
OTOH, Cal State Chico isn't listed either, but it has one.
At 03:34 PM 8/23/2002 -0700, you wrote:
>As promised, here is the latest search I'm doing
>in which looking for terms isn't narrowing things
>down a whole lot. (Because concrete examples
>make good use cases.)
> Find a link to the Stanford University Department
> of Exercise Science. (I saw where someone got
> a masters in it, I'm interested in investigating the
>Google: stanford exercise science
> 102,000 hits. Everybody and anybody doing anything
> remotely related to exercise, with a mention of
> Stanford somewhere in the paper.
>Google: stanford "exercise science" program
> 1,540 hits. All about different exercise programs,
> citing credentials or information from stanford.
>Google: stanford "exercise science" department
> 1,270 hits. Mostly with people who's credentials
> cite a degree from that department.
>Google: Stanford University Department of Exercise Science
> 49,700 hits. Every exercise science department, anywhere
> in the country, or references to same.
>Google "Stanford University Department of Exercise Science"
> 0 hits.
>Google: "Stanford University" "Exercise Science"
> 966 hits. Still pages the reference people who came from
>Google: "Stanford University" "Exercise Science" home
> 639 hits. Not a lot of reduction.
>Clearly, there is some term I *should* know that will take me
>to Stanford's home page. (For some reason, www. stanford.edu
>took me back to the engineering page, when I was looking at
>that. Now that I've retried it, www.stanford.edu got me to the
>university's home page.
>Even then, though, I'm in trouble...
> * The department listing doesn't show "Exercioxe Science"
> or "Department of Exercise Science", even though about
> 1,000 papers use that exact phrase in their list of credentials.
> * The link to the Help Center doesn't appear to be working.
> * I can't find a physical education department or anything similar,
>So I sent a note to the webmaster.
>Maybe I'll take a drive...
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