You can check boxes in different sections (or check more than one box in certain sections). The fewer checkboxes you select, the broader your results will be.
Keep in mind, the more checkboxes you select, the more likely you are to get a null result.
Clicking more than one checkbox will yield all annotations that are associated with all of the selected items. For example, clicking three checkboxes will display only those annotations that are associated with all three of your selections.
If you want to adjust your selections after running your LIMIT query simply use the “back” button or icon at the top of your browser window to return to this page with your selections intact.
Trying to get too specific by checking many of the checkboxes below can easily mean you end up with a null result.
For example, a majority of annotations relate to Mary Baker Eddy, so running a limit query using “Mary Baker Eddy” with one or two other categories / keywords will probably yield several results. But relatively few annotations relate to “Independent Christian Scientists” or “Christian Science Architecture.” So a limit search for those two terms will not yield any results, since no annotations relate to both “Independent Christian Scientists” and “Church Architecture.”
For the best results in finding a very specific result, we suggest starting by selecting just one or two categories (subjects, people, organizations or controversies) and then adding your limiting factors one at a time.
An easy way to clear all of your selections at once is to simply refresh this page.