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You can't do that with the tabs on that page or using the search, but you can find them using the API: unanswered = Last@Reap@Block[{i = 1, more}, While[{more = "has_more" /. #, Sow["items" /. #]} &@ Import["http://api.stackexchange.com/2.1/questions/unanswered?pagesize=100&site=mathematica&filter=!BGS1(RNaQDJUqhjM_kktL.ISG39ejq&...


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There's a a Data.SE query allowing you to do it.


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Do an empty search, and there will be a link Advanced Search Tips that opens in-place (hence the lack of link here). I've copied the content of that help below. More help on advanced search in the Help Center's search-specific section. tags [tag] exact "words here" author user:1234 user:me (yours) score score:3 (3+) score:...


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Your best bet is to use Google I guess. Try to search like this pie chart site:https://mathematica.stackexchange.com/


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Somehow isanswered:no doesn't exclude questions with an accepted answer scored 0. The following query should give you the desired search results: isanswered:no closed:no hasaccepted:no answers:1 https://mathematica.stackexchange.com/search?q=isanswered%3Ano+closed%3Ano+hasaccepted%3Ano+answers%3A1


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AFAIK, halirutan has provided the most effective way to search for image using Google. For SE's own tools, no, it's not really possible since images are stored just as that, image files. There's no metadata that describes if an image is a pie chart or anything else. If users properly describe the alternative text on image markdown as "pie chart", e.g. ![...


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The following search query should give you all questions that are categorized as unanswered, but have at least one answer with non-positive vote count: https://mathematica.stackexchange.com/search?q=isanswered%3Ano+closed%3Ano+hasaccepted%3Ano+answers%3A1


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