kandi X-RAY | solr-spatial-clustering Summary
kandi X-RAY | solr-spatial-clustering Summary
This project offers a distance-based spatial clustering search component for Apache Solr. It addresses the problem of reducing the amount of displayed markers on a map, described as Spatial Clustering, using a distance-based clustering algorithm based on GVM. The search component aggregates all possible search results to a maximum amount of pins and adds this information to the standard search result representation. Like faceting, it can be used to query for a paged result slice (eg. for a result list) and a geographic overview of ALL search result items (spatial clusters) at once.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Process the clusters
- Extract clusters
- Create a list of clusters
- Converts the cluster results into a compact list
- Gets the numeric field value
- Returns the string value of the given field
- Obtain the type of the pin
- Initialize fields
- Get an integer argument
- Get the string argument
- Configures the output
- Returns true if clustering is enabled
solr-spatial-clustering Key Features
solr-spatial-clustering Examples and Code Snippets
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I am building a question function in my website where a user can search up a question
"how do I cook a cake?"
and get a link to the question someone else asked before of whom title is:
"how do I make a cake?"
the question is almost the same yet the writing is different and for now a user cant find question 2 if they search for question 1 search i just input the search bar into
how do I fix this? is there an API who can maybe generate similar and same meaning sentences to search for?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-25 at 01:25
I dont think this answer is a search engine tat you want but it is the best that mongodb can do.
I'm reading someone else's code and I don't understand what is the use of
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-19 at 22:40
@ refers to the matrix multiplication operator.
The @ operator can be used as a shorthand for np.matmul on ndarrays.
I have a problem where when i search something in github, there are something 1000 results that are all literally the same file, all the same name, and they are not forks either.
Basically these are just copy pasta codes, and for example i get 1000 results that all end up in xxx.c, which all contain the same code used in different projects..
My question is, is it possible to limit github to only find unique file names? So in our example, only show 1 result that has xxx.c at the end....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-02 at 08:30
Not really, from my experience: once you have speficied your criteria from "Searching Code", any file (from different non-fork repositories) would be displayed.
Even though they might be the same name/content.
I know that it is possible to search for information on a particular site by using the
site key via Google and etc.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-11 at 21:58
A pipe operator is what you're looking for ;D
I have a list of cities, want to search from these cities:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-29 at 07:05
String::matches impicitly checks the entire string as if "^" and "$" anchors are applied, so a minor fix to check for a value in the middle would be to update the regex to allow any prefix
Also, it may be needed to put the
\E to enable search by string literal, and automatically escape characters which may be reserved for the regular expressions.
We have developed a vue app with support for different languages. For such, we use the dictionaries of i18n.
Also, on "/public/index.html", we have added the descritions we expect to read on the google search page with the tags:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-27 at 19:15
Google cannot index translated content unless you use separate URLs for each language. Google says:
If you prefer to dynamically change content or reroute the user based on language settings, be aware that Google might not find and crawl all your variations. This is because the Googlebot crawler usually originates from the USA. In addition, the crawler sends HTTP requests without setting
Accept-Languagein the request header.
In my experience, Googlebot won't find multiple languages served from the same URL. You need to create multiple URLs for pages. See How should I structure my URLs for both SEO and localization?
When using a single page application framework like Vue, that usually means:
history.pushState()to change the URL when loading new content (or changing the language)
- Configuring your web server to serve your single page app for every valid URL and making sure your app loads the correct content based on the initial URL.
- Implementing server side rendering (also called pre-rendering) to make your site more accessible to bots. Googlebot is the only search engine bot advanced enough to execute the JS. Even for Googlebot, indexing will be worse and slower if you require Googlebot to render it rather than doing so server side.
When you use meta tags, make sure they match the URL. You'll want the
</code> tag and the
tags for SEO. If you want your site to look nice when shared on Facebook and Twitter, you'll need to include open graph meta tags for an image and description.
I want to configure my google search engine in order to search only for HTTPS websites. I found something like Google Programmable Search Engine. I am now struggling to configure the HTTPS-pattern of the websites to search (see the screenshots below).
https://www.*:443 also doesn't work. Maybe there is another way to achieve my goal (without the google programmable search engine)?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-17 at 16:14
inurl Google Search Operator is what was I looking for.
Lets say I want search with the keywords "buy bitcoin" a https secured website I can type now in the google search field:
buy bitcoin inurl:https://
A negative example will include not https protected marktplaces: buy bitcoin inurl:http://
We have a domain, which is active already about 1 year. All the time there was a message "Under construction". Some months ago we have launched a new website on this domain.
And now we have a problem to get any search result on any search engine. We have double checked robots.txt and other settings - all seems to be OK. There are multiple websites with similar settings on this web server - and there are no problems with them.
We have tried to setup Google Search Console (there was no problem while approving domain ownership) and request indexing, but got an error - "Indexing request rejected". There also is an error while adding sitemap.xml in search console.
How we can resolve this problem? The domain name is pswgroup.lv
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-27 at 13:04
After few days the error disappeared by itself. No problems now.
As I know ReactJs render at the client-side means when I fetch data from the API server need to wait until change title and meta tags. So does google wait to run JS? In other words is React with dynamic routes friendly with google/search engines?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-08 at 02:57
In general, CSR (Client side rendering) < SSR (Server side rendering) in term of SEO. You and your competitor have the same site an your site is running in CSR then you will be less likely to get to the top Google Search Result.
There is a budget while google bot crawling your site. With SSR it takes a minimum amount of that budget crawling contents of your pages, on the other hand. With CSR, bots have to spend more time and resources for your pages to fully rendered, thus it takes more budget to do that.
At the moment, there is a very popular method to have the best of both worlds (SSR - CSR) is to applying a hibrid approach where SSR in first render and CSR for the 2nd navigation and so on.
You can take a look at such framework like Nextjs or craft your own masterpiece.
/search?q=(search query) (engine explaned here and here) and I want the browser to know that my website has it, for example, when you visit any stack exchange community, when you write down the url it shows a search option on google chrome, no need of manual user setup... how can I do this for my website?
I searched on google, but no results were found......
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-19 at 19:20
Google the following:
google search results search box
Google Search may automatically expose a search box scoped to your website when it appears as a search result, without you having to do anything additional to make this happen. This search box is powered by Google Search. However, you can explicitly provide information by adding WebSite structured data, which can help Google better understand your site.
Check other results too.
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