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Re: [swish-e] count number of times a word occurs in an index [resolved]

From: Eric Lease Morgan <eric_morgan(at)not-real.infomotions.com>
Date: Sat Dec 29 2007 - 03:47:47 GMT
On Dec 28, 2007, at 7:17 PM, Bill Moseley wrote:
>> How can I use swish-e to count the number of times a word occurs  
>> in an
>> index?
>
>     -T index_words
>     -T index_words_full
>
> probably will tell you in a round about way.
>
> hello [1 1 2 (5/9 6/9)] [1 2 1 (5/9)]
> hi [1 2 1 (6/9)]
> there [1 1 1 (7/9)]
>
> Where [<meta id> <file num> <count in file> (position data)]
>
> hello [1 1 2 (5/9 6/9)] [1 2 1 (5/9)]
>
> is in meta 1, file 1 (twice) and file 2 (once).


Okay, this is what I thought. The third space-delimited value in each  
square-bracketed element denotes the number of times the word occurs  
in each file. Sum each of these values for the each element and you  
get the total number of times the word appears in the index.

-- 
Eric Lease Morgan

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Received on Fri Dec 28 22:29:20 2007