I recently did this search on Google – education site:www.wired.com teaching. I got 1,290 hits. Is there any way to automate DTP to import my 1,290 search results in order to search and massage the data, or to do a “See Also & Classify”?
Seems like it would be relative easy by searching with DEVONagent (if you have or can afford a license) and sending results to DEVONthink since they’re designed to work together. But you’ve been around here long enough to probably know that and maybe even tried it.
I’ve got DA, but I did not think to do the magic. I will, thanks to you. This sends the DA/DTP2.0 connection into orbit for me!
Anyone care to help me formulate a DEVONagent search? I want to find articles that appear ONLY in Wired magazine containing these two terms: education and teaching. Thanks in advance.
You might want to request/use the latest beta. Several posts mention how to obtain it; should be easily spotted in search results for “devonagent beta”.
I’ll let someone more DA-savvy tackle that.
I’ve been watching this thread for a bit hoping someone chimes in. I gave my best effort at hacking the google query, and filtering results, but haven’t been able to figure out how to do this in DEVONagent without making a new plugin for it (that would use wired.com’s built-in search and/or google’s site:wired.com operator).
So any DEVONagent-savvy folks out there…?
As far as I remember you’re using the beta of v2.5 and it’s quite easy now using the new “EngineSite” key. Some examples are the Philosophy, Poetry & Gutenberg plugins, see Contents > PlugIns > References in application package. The next beta will also introduce an assistant for this.