When you search on a word, e.g. 'collisions', we will automatically search across everything we store
about a record. But, sometimes you may wish to be more specific. Here we show you how.
Guidance and examples on the query string syntax can be found in the
Search on title or abstract
- Find all data with collisions in the title
- Find all data with "baryon production" in the abstract
Search by keywords
- Find all data with the phrase diffractive or elastic
- Find all data with the P P --> LQ LQ X reaction
- Find data by CM Energy (in GeV):
- Find all data with observable ASYM
Other useful searches
- Find all data with neutron energy in the title AND the CM energy of 7000 GeV
Note that AND and OR need to be uppercase in order to be
treated as an operator (otherwise they will be used as a search term).
- Find all data from the collaborations D0 OR ATLAS
- Find all data where there is an author from Fermilab.
- All papers from year 2015 from the collaboration LHCf with the reaction P P --> N X.
Find a record by the Inspire record number, journal DOI, or HEPData DOI.
Note that the DOI strings need to be enclosed in quotation marks.
The field names can be omitted as they will be queried in a full-text search.
- Find all papers which include specific types of analysis.
Searching via Inspire
- Search Inspire for records that have a corresponding HEPData entry.