googling “stata”

September 4, 2009 at 4:55 am 1 comment

| Gabriel |

As you may have noticed, google sometimes seems to find it very difficult to believe that anyone intended to google things about “stata” when there are so many totally awesome pages out there about “state.” For instance, if you google “stata opencl” or “stata escape,” most of the results include “state” but not “stata.” Unfortunately there appears to be no “don’t correct my spelling” option but you can tell it to exclude things with the word “state” in it by adding “–state” to the end of your query. So searching for “stata opencl –state” gives better results.


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1 Comment

  • 1. shrinkingisaac  |  September 4, 2009 at 10:03 am

    the best substitute for the non-existent “don’t correct my spelling” option that i’ve found is to put the particular word in quotes. it seems to have the same result.

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