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  • If you go the home page of data portability .org these are the logo you will find.Below is there mission statement. Today I am going to try and give you a real world view of this space.What features we can build now and how do we design the interfaces
  • If you go the home page of data portability .org these are the logo you will find.Below is there mission statement. Today I am going to try and give you a real world view of this space.What features we can build now and how do we design the interfaces
  • SQL Servers has a issues free text search across multiple fields where it requires to find all the term to match in eachfield. It also weights terms on how early they appear in the search results.
  • If you go the home page of data portability .org these are the logo you will find.Below is there mission statement. Today I am going to try and give you a real world view of this space.What features we can build now and how do we design the interfaces
  • If you go the home page of data portability .org these are the logo you will find.Below is there mission statement. Today I am going to try and give you a real world view of this space.What features we can build now and how do we design the interfaces
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    • 1. What a UX Designer
      needs to know about Solr
      Glenn JonesUX Brighton – Brighton, UK08 February 2011
    • 2. ease, speed and relevancy
    • 3. Part of the open source Apache Luceneproject
    • 4.
    • 5. Boolean logicdtLastModified > 2011/01/01
    • 6. Term frequency the more times a search term appears in a documentInverse document frequency matches on rarer terms count more than matches on common terms
    • 7. Design of the London Tube Map
      The first diagrammatic map of the London Underground was designed by Harry Beck in 1931. Beck was an Underground employee who realised that because the railway ran mostly underground, the physical locations of the stations were irrelevant to the traveller wanting to know how to get to one station from another. This talk considers the Becks work in light of modern wayfinding theory.
      design, wayfinding, maps
      8 February 2011
      Brighton
    • 8. design london
      Designof the LondonTube Map
      The first diagrammatic map of the LondonUnderground was designed by Harry Beck in 1931. Beck was an Underground employee who realised that because the railway ran mostly underground, the physical locations of the stations were irrelevant to the traveller wanting to know how to get to one station from another. This talk considers the Becks work in light of modern wayfinding theory.
      design, wayfinding, maps
      8 February 2011
      Brighton
    • 9. wayfindingbrighton
      Design of the London Tube Map
      The first diagrammatic map of the London Underground was designed by Harry Beck in 1931. Beck was an Underground employee who realised that because the railway ran mostly underground, the physical locations of the stations were irrelevant to the traveller wanting to know how to get to one station from another. This talk considers the Becks work in light of modern wayfindingtheory.
      design, wayfinding, maps
      8 February 2011
      Brighton
    • 10. Weighted field search (dismax)
      2.0
      Design of the London Tube Map
      The first diagrammatic map of the London Underground was designed by Harry Beck in 1931. Beck was an Underground employee who realised that because the railway ran mostly underground, the physical locations of the stations were irrelevant to the traveller wanting to know how to get to one station from another. This talk considers the Becks work in light of modern wayfinding theory.
      design, wayfinding, maps
      8 February 2011
      Brighton
      0.5
      1.5
      2.0
      2.0
    • 11. Weighting fields as you query
      http://example.com/select?
      defType=dismax&
      qf=title^2.0 description^1.5&
      q=design london
    • 12. Weighted tags (payloads)
      design|1.2 wayfinding|2.2 maps|1.8
    • 13. Mix and match
    • 14. Weighted free text, boolean and range
      2.0
      Design of the London Tube Map
      The first diagrammatic map of the London Underground was designed by Harry Beck in 1931. Beck was an Underground employee who realised that because the railway ran mostly underground, the physical locations of the stations were irrelevant to the traveller wanting to know how to get to one station from another. This talk considers the Becks work in light of modern wayfinding theory.
      design, wayfinding, maps
      8 February 2011
      Brighton
      0.5
      1.5
      date:[Now+30DAY To NOW]
      location:brighton
    • 15. Rounding the circle (score calculations)
      1.0953647 = (MATCH) sum of:
        0.85416585 = weight(text:"accountmanag" in 40050), product of:
          0.9704757 = queryWeight(text:"accountmanag"), product of:
            4.023551 = idf(text: account=21218 manag=37288)
            0.24119881 = queryNorm
          0.88015175 = fieldWeight(text:"accountmanag" in 40050), product of:
            4.0 = tf(phraseFreq=16.0)
            4.023551 = idf(text: account=21218 manag=37288)
            0.0546875 = fieldNorm(field=text, doc=40050)
        0.24119881 = (MATCH) ConstantScoreQuery(posted:[1284146733990 TO 1297106733990]), product of:
          1.0 = boost
          0.24119881 = queryNorm
    • 16.
    • 17.
    • 18. Auto Complete (term search)
    • 19.
    • 20.
    • 21. Search item groupings
    • 22.
    • 23. world/north-korea
      world/south-korea
      world/nuclear-weapons
      world/world
      profile/justinmccurry
      tone/news
      type/article
      Navigational pivots
    • 24.
    • 25. Have only shown you a small window on Solr
    • 26. Search relevancy is part of your job. It forms part of the information architecture of a site and can massively effect the user experience
      Be brave take on the challenge
    • 27. Search is a lot more than adding a box
      Findability
    • 28. Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial 2.0 UK: England & Wales Licence.Copyright Glenn Jones 2011www.glennjones.net
    • 29. Thanks to the following for their photos
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/hkuchera/2831439566/
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/cowfish/2126161953/