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From James Sewell <james.sew...@lisasoft.com>
Subject Alternate ways to facet spatial data
Date Tue, 05 May 2015 13:16:03 GMT
Hello all,

I've just started using SOLR for spatial queries and it looks great so far.
I've mostly been investigating importing a large amount of point data,
indexing and searching it.

I've discovered the facet.heatmap functionality, which is great - but I
would like to ask if it is possible to get slightly different results from
this.

Essentially rather than a heatmap I would like either a polygon per cluster
(might be too much computation?) or a point per cluster (centroid would be
great, centre of grid would be ok), coupled with the point count.

Is this currently possible using faceting, or does it seem like a workable
feature I could implement?

Cheers,

James Sewell,
PostgreSQL Team Lead / Solutions Architect
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 Level 2, 50 Queen St, Melbourne VIC 3000

*P *(+61) 3 8370 8000  *W* www.lisasoft.com  *F *(+61) 3 8370 8099



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James Sewell,
PostgreSQL Team Lead / Solutions Architect
______________________________________


 Level 2, 50 Queen St, Melbourne VIC 3000

*P *(+61) 3 8370 8000  *W* www.lisasoft.com  *F *(+61) 3 8370 8099

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