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Is it possible to search for releases with high or low data quality? I've noticed many people misunderstand it and lower/raise quality illegitimately. I've now saved the query and won't let pass such edits, but I'd like to fix up what has been already entered. --[[User:Salo.rock|salo.rock]] 12:30, 19 December 2009 (UTC)
 
Is it possible to search for releases with high or low data quality? I've noticed many people misunderstand it and lower/raise quality illegitimately. I've now saved the query and won't let pass such edits, but I'd like to fix up what has been already entered. --[[User:Salo.rock|salo.rock]] 12:30, 19 December 2009 (UTC)
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The operator NOT appears to work in advanced searches. (e.g. ''track name NOT type:compilation'' will exclude comps from the result.) Should that be added to the examples? [[User:Torc|Torc]] 07:37, 10 August 2010 (UTC)

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Is it possible to search for releases with unset attributes (type, status, language, script)? -- salo.rock, 16 December 2009

No, I don't believe it is. If you're looking for things to edit there are plenty of interesting reports available. I'd recommend the UnlinkedDiscsWithSameBarcode report; it has the benefit of being really easy do to, and in doing it you'll be contributing to the NGS migration effort. --navap 17:28, 16 December 2009 (UTC)

Is it possible to search for releases with high or low data quality? I've noticed many people misunderstand it and lower/raise quality illegitimately. I've now saved the query and won't let pass such edits, but I'd like to fix up what has been already entered. --salo.rock 12:30, 19 December 2009 (UTC)

The operator NOT appears to work in advanced searches. (e.g. track name NOT type:compilation will exclude comps from the result.) Should that be added to the examples? Torc 07:37, 10 August 2010 (UTC)