Rice ID Checker Help

How to Query

  1. Searching with multiple keywords
  2. Including or excluding words from your search
  3. Wildcard searches
  4. Searching with keywords that contain special characters

1. Searching with multiple keywords

To search with multiple keywords, separate each word with a space such as "Os01g0119000 AK071050". This will search for records with either of the keywords. If you want to search for records with all of the keywords, use the AND operator, such as "Os01g0119000 AND AK071050".

2. Including or excluding words from your search

You can use operators to include or exclude specific words from your search.

A union using sets - OR operator or || symbol

This will search for records with either of the keywords. For example, "Os02g0156100 OR LOC_Os02g06170.1" or "Os02g0156100 || LOC_Os02g06170.1" will search for records related to either "Os02g0156100" or "LOC_Os02g06170.1".

An intersection using sets – AND operator or && symbol

This will search for records which contain both of the keywords. For example, if you type "Os02g0156100 AND LOC_Os02g06170.1" or "Os02g0156100 && LOC_Os02g06170.1", a search for records which contain both keywords "Os02g0156100" and "LOC_Os02g06170.1" will be performed.

A difference using sets – NOT operator or ! symbol

The NOT operator excludes records that contain the keyword after the NOT operator. For example, if you type "Os02g0156100 NOT LOC_Os02g06170.1" or "Os02g0156100 !LOC_Os02g06170.1", a search for records which contain "Os02g0156100" but does not contain "LOC_Os02g06170.1" will be performed.

Plus (+) symbol

The "+" symbol performs a search for records that must contain the keyword which comes after the "+" symbol. For example, use "Os02g0156100 +LOC_Os02g06170.1" to search for records that may contain "Os02g0156100" but must contain "LOC_Os02g06170.1".

Minus (-) symbol

The "-" symbol excludes records that contain the keyword which comes after the "-" symbol. For example, use "-Os02g0156000 -Os02g0156100" to search for records without "Os02g0156000" and without "Os02g0156100".

3. Wildcard searches

You can use the following characters for wildcard searches.

Question mark (?) for single character wildcard search

The single character wildcard search will look for images with keywords which match that with the single character replaced. For example, use "Os02g01577?0" to search for "Os02g0157700" or "Os02g0157750".

Asterisk (*) for multiple characters wildcard search

The multiple character wildcard search will look for images with keywords that match that with 0 or more characters replaced. For example, use "Os02g01577*" to search for "Os02g0157700" or "Os02g0157750".

4. Searching with keywords that contain special characters

You can escape the supported special characters (+ - && || ! ( ) { } [] ^ " ~ * ? : \) with a backslash (\) to search for keywords which contains special characters.

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