Wikipedia:PetScan

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Output from article search

PetScan (previously CatScan) is an external tool that searches an article category (and its subcategories) according to specified criteria to find articles, stubs, images, and categories. It can also be used for finding all articles that belong to two specified categories (the intersection). CatScan was developed by the German Wikipedian Duesentrieb and is run on Wikimedia Toolforge, as part of Wikimedia Foundation's cloud computing environment.[1]

Release version

  • PetScan

Resources

  • Instructions
  • Issues
  • m:User:Duesentrieb/CatScan - About page
  • Template:PetScan - "Scan" template that automatically generates a link to a PetScan search.

Uses and ideas

A few examples of how the English Wikipedia uses CatScan:

  • finding articles for deletion sorting, example
  • finding articles for an educational project (class): search for stubs within a category corresponding to the class subject
  • finding certain articles with a certain template, e.g. featured articles containing the template {{citation needed}} (see box below)
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Featured articles needing citations

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Until 2014 most tools were run on the toolserver, a previous service provided by Wikimedia Deutschland e.V.

External links

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