I know a couple off the top of my head (SCP-055, SCP-131, SCP-173, SCP-312, SCP-387, SCP-668, and, SCP-931). I'm wondering are there any others people know of.
From a search on the site, I can determine that the SCPs contained in Site-19 are
People, I'm on page 40 of 359, I think it's safe to say that Site-19 is fucking bloated with SCPs.
Hello! Your post was super-long, so I put it behind a collapsible. ~Decibelle
This caught my attention to such a degree that i finally applied to this site. I spent more hours than i should putting my old data mining / handling skills to use so let me just get to some numbers.
Just because i have a text editor open that counts lines, and i wanted to know personally, Madman with Keyboard's list contains 88 entries and includes joke/decommed/former inhabitants. certainly a good effort, especially if using wikidots search, but i wanted to go deeper(5 hours deeper, sigh).
I tried using wikidot and various search methods, but nothing would give me a list of only SCP procedure files where the text mentioned Site 19.
The first couple of pages would be okay but things would fall apart quickly and eventually the search either stops following its own rules or i can't read documentation.
Instead i did so many google searches that i had to fill out a "are you human" test at one point and found a search that gave good results:
site:scp-wiki.net "scp-wiki.net/scp-" "site-19" -"Search the site" -"Extended Test Logs"
After pruning the results and removing anything that was not a SCP mainlist entry i had about 200 entries.
I copied those results into a spreadsheet and sorted out all joke/decommed/former SCPs, then i manually verified that googles text sample was indicating actual location at Site 19(and does not, for example, simply mention the site or contain notes from researchers at the site).
The spreadsheet can be viewed here and contains name, link to, and description of Site 19 relation for each scip that i believe to be at Site 19, a number that my research indicates is 124
…So that is quite a lot of scips in one boat :D
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I haven't tried cross referencing my list with Madman's but that might be interesting.
This little project made me wonder if anyone has ever tried to make a database of all the SCPs offsite.
Such a thing would need to be able to update very easily or it would become outdated or require monumental maintenance, but it would give us a lot more flexibility than the current tag system.
Perhaps just a massive collaborative spreadsheet with all SCPs and various info related to them.
(eg. location, discovery/acquisition date, background information(common rumors/theories, author statements on the SCP), author, page link, popular name, aliases, votes ect ect ect)
Might make a new post for that, anybody interested?
(oh dear, what a wall of text… TLDR; many(124 at least) SCPs at 19, wikidot search bad, google search good)
Holy shit, mad props to you.
after creating a google spreadsheet by importing the search data in csv format
I've only ever used csv format when handling giant raw coding files for psyc research.