Monthly Archives: February 2015

Long tail packed counters for faceting

Our home brew Sparse Faceting for Solr is all about counting: When calculating a traditional String facet such as Author – H.C.Andersen (120) – Brothers Grimm (90) – Arabian Nights (7) – Carlo Collodi (5) – Ronald Reagan (2) the … Continue reading

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Exhaustive ID filters in Solr

Analysis of the material in our Net Archive index is challenging for many reasons. One of them is agreeing on what we’re looking at: It is rarely the full amount of data; our researchers wants to define subsets. Subsets can … Continue reading

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British Library and IIPCTech15

For a change of pace: A not too technical tale of my recent visit to England. The people behind IIPC Technical Training Workshop – London 2015 had invited yours truly as a speaker and participant in the technical training. IIPC … Continue reading

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