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For example, you can find Ongoing workpackages by clicking on the Network Structure and Description of Work left menu item and selecting the Ongoing Workpackages from the submenu.

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Use the Search tool
The MUGEN - Netowrk Of Excellence Web Site was designed with a powerful search tool to help you locate information or services that you are unable to find in our listing of intentions. If you haven't tried this search tool, enter some key words that describe the services or information that you are looking for in the "Search Delaware:" field above. This search tool allows you to confine your search to just the MUGEN - Netowrk Of Excellence Web Site itself. Searching from the search field above the left navigation menu that appears on all pages comprises a Search. Clicking the word "Search" executes the search and returns all matches for that query string. The query string can consist of one or more words. The table below describes rules that apply to the query string. The Search initially returns only information from the MUGEN - Network of Excellecne Web pages and databases.

Note: Text appearing between square brackets represents characters entered into the query string text box.

Rule Description

Single Word Search

Entering one word finds documents that contain that word.

For example, searching for [diabetes] finds all documents that contain the word "diabetes" anywhere in that document.

Multiple Word Search

Entering more than one word finds documents that contain any of those words in any order.

For example, searching for [diabetes research] finds documents that contain "diabetes" or "research" or "diabetes research".

Compulsory Inclusion [+]

Attaching a [+] in front of a word requires that the word be found in all matching documents.

For example, searching for [diabetes + research] only finds documents that contain the word "diabetes": documents that have "diabetes" in them will rank higher according to this search, but only "research" is required to appear on a page. Note: In a multiple word search, you can attach a [+] in front of every token including the very first token. A token is a string enclosed in double-quotes ("). It can be a single word or a phrase.

Compulsory Exclusion [-]

Attaching a [-] in front of a word requires that the word not be found in all matching documents.

For example, searching for [diabetes - research] only finds documents that do not contain the word "research", but do contain "diabetes". Note: in a multiple word search, you can attach a [-] in front of every token except the very first token. A token is a string enclosed in double-quotes ("). It can be a single word or a phrase.

Phrase Matching ["..."]

Putting quotes around a set of words only finds documents that contain that precise phrase.

For example, searching for ["diabetes research"] only finds documents that contain the string "diabetes research".

Wildcard Matching [*]

Attaching a [*] to the right side of a word returns left side partial matches.

For example, searching for the string [diab*] finds documents that contain all words beginning with "diab" such as "diabetes" or "diabolical". You can also insert an asterisk in the middle of a word. For example, searching for the string [res*ch] finds documents that contain words such as "research".


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