How can I make it easier to read scans of records when the other side of the page bleeds through? didn't get very high search results in Google when I searched for "image processing bleed-through". "Bleed-through" is in the question but not title.
The first few pages of the search result are filled with academic papers discussing the topic, full of the math associated with the process.
I don't know how the message can be improved to make it rank higher.
I think the question and answer are valuable; the reason I marked it 'Satisfactory' was because it didn't rank high in the search results.
Is there a resource for easily determining relationships between two relatives?
I searched for "relationship calculator" and got pages of hits, several of which are 'relationship' in the sense of romance not genetics. Adding the term 'genealogy' to the search weeded out the match-making sites, and brought the question Calculate Family Relationship from Genealogical Data from Stack Overflow to the top of page 2. How do I determine a relationship with a cousin?, which is linked in this question, appears at the top of page 5.
We got much better results when I added the word "step" to the search. Steve Morse's Relationship Calculator from his One-Step Web Pages was the #1 hit on the first page. Not far down on page 1 were two questions from G&FH.SE, What would a step-grandmother's(?) brother be called? (showing a title pre-fix of "relationship mapping") and Determining name for family relationship that involves a step daughter?. At the bottom of the page was the Stack Overflow question referenced above.
I skipped voting on Inferring father/son relationships from Senior (Sr.) / Junior (Jr.) naming? because it's my answer. A search for "father son senior junior kinship terms" shows it pretty high on page 1. It's not a great answer, with only three upvotes, so it probably could have been better, but it satisfies the "get high search results on Google" test. It ranked higher than some of the resources I used to answer the question, anyway. If you take out the "father son" terms from the Google search, it still shows up on page 2.