Solr python interface – Sunburnt fork

I forked tow (Toby White, gratitude for his great work) sunburnt repository from github because I needed range facet funcionality and the workaround (with the filter queries) wasn’t quite what I wanted.

You can checkout here: https://github.com/charlesnagy/sunburnt

Docs about it:

Range facets

More about range facets see: http://wiki.apache.org/solr/SimpleFacetParameters#Facet_by_Range

Now sunburnt support range facets as well. Every range field can be set separately in order to fulfill the requirements. The facet_ranger.update() method takes a dictionary with the field names and the essential parameters (start, end and gap).

Simple usage

Full example

Comments and ideas are welcomed.

 

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I'm out of many things mostly automation expert, database specialist, system engineer and software architect with passion towards data, searching it, analyze it, learn from it. I learn by experimenting and this blog is a result of these experiments and some other random thought I have time to time.
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