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From "laszlo sera" <laszlo.s...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Article keyword counters
Date Tue, 25 Jul 2006 18:57:59 GMT
Hi Chris,

Sorry for the cross posting but i'm newbie at the lucene community and
thanks for your instructions!

> if you want to know the counts in the context of a search that has
> narrowed the document space, the problem becomes trickier -- you'll find
> discussions on it if you search the archives for "faceted search"
> "category counts" of "facet counts"

Yes, this is the situation and I try to find the answer in the archive.

Laci

On 7/25/06, Chris Hostetter <hossman_lucene@fucit.org> wrote:
>
> 1) please do not cross post to more then one lucene mailing list.  the
> appropraites place for questions about using the Java Lucene library is
> "java-user"
>
> 2) if you want the counts of all documents matching each keyword, then the
> TermEnum.docFreq method can solve all of your problems.
>
> if you want to know the counts in the context of a search that has
> narrowed the document space, the problem becomes trickier -- you'll find
> discussions on it if you search the archives for "faceted search"
> "category counts" of "facet counts"
>
>
>
> : Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2006 17:37:11 +0200
> : From: laszlo sera <laszlo.sera@gmail.com>
> : Reply-To: java-user@lucene.apache.org
> : To: java-user@lucene.apache.org
> : Subject: Article keyword counters
> :
> : Hi all,
> :
> : I need some help from the Lucene experts because I coulnd't find the
> : best solution for a problem...
> :
> : The problem: we have article entities which can have multiple keywords:
> :
> : - article #1: keyword #1, keyword#2, keyword#3
> : - article #2: keyword#2, keyword#3
> : - article #3: keyword#3
> : - article #4: keyword#4
> :
> : I need to create a method to produce a list like this for keyword #2:
> :
> : - keyword#1 (1)
> : - keyword#2 (2)
> : - keyword#3 (1)
> : - keyword#2 (0)
> :
> : This list shows counters of keywords and a counter means that how many
> : article matches with the given keyword in the given scope (in this
> : example: keyword#2). So, there's one article which has keyword#1 and
> : keyword#2.
> :
> : What's the best way to produce the counters?
> :
> : Laci
> :
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> -Hoss
>
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