I suspect that there is a data query that will find this for me, but it's been a while since I last ventured onto the data site and I'm hoping that someone will be able to answer this quickly for me.

Due to shifting websites a few years back, many of my posts here contain dead links. I get the odd notification when someone notices it, but I don't always have the time to deal with it there and then and so when I do have time (such as now), I don't always remember where they are - and I have rather a lot of posts so going through one by one is prohibitive.

So, is anyone able to quickly put together a search on the data query site (and remind me where that site is!) for me to find them? The key criteria are:

  • user: 86
  • post contains: ntnu

Then I can figure out which documents I need to upload to my new website (or github) and stop getting notifications about dead links.

up vote 5 down vote accepted

The following query could be a starting point:

https://data.stackexchange.com/tex/query/877843/find-links#resultSets

Please note that it returns a few "false positives", i.e. answers by other users, but maybe it is good to leave them in so that these posts can be fixed as well.


I just learned that there is a url key for the search

https://tex.stackexchange.com/search?q=url%3Awww.math.ntnu.no%2F%7Estacey

  • Looks brilliant. I'll edit slowly so that I don't spam the front page. – Loop Space Jul 24 at 10:20

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