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Power, Susi
Dear all,

I’m working as a Science Communication Specialist for a research lab. Next to our research itself, we are using a reference manager to store all the publications of our field of research and offer other interested people this list in form of an online library. Since the access is usually restricted to scientific articles we are just allowed to publish the titles and authors in that list and not the articles themselves.

We were wondering though, whether we could run Lucene in the back of the list and implement it as a web interface, so that users could do a key word search through the actual publications without us providing them? Once Lucene found the article the key word is included it would just show the title in the list.

I’d appreciate getting some support, since it is a very important project to us.

Many thanks,
Susi


Susi Power
Science Communication Specialist
Huisken Lab / Medical Engineering
Morgridge Institute for Research, Madison WI, 53715
(608) 316 4552
[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>

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Re: Web Interface Lucene

Erik Hatcher-4
Susi -

Given the research lab nature of your use case, I’ll refer you to Blacklight - http://projectblacklight.org/ <http://projectblacklight.org/> - it’s a front-end to Solr, a search engine service around Lucene, that you may want to consider using as well.

Best,
        Erik


> On Aug 17, 2017, at 11:18 AM, Power, Susi <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Dear all,
>
> I’m working as a Science Communication Specialist for a research lab. Next to our research itself, we are using a reference manager to store all the publications of our field of research and offer other interested people this list in form of an online library. Since the access is usually restricted to scientific articles we are just allowed to publish the titles and authors in that list and not the articles themselves.
>
> We were wondering though, whether we could run Lucene in the back of the list and implement it as a web interface, so that users could do a key word search through the actual publications without us providing them? Once Lucene found the article the key word is included it would just show the title in the list.
>
> I’d appreciate getting some support, since it is a very important project to us.
>
> Many thanks,
> Susi
>
> —
> Susi Power
> Science Communication Specialist
> Huisken Lab / Medical Engineering
> Morgridge Institute for Research, Madison WI, 53715
> (608) 316 4552
> [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
>

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Re: Web Interface Lucene

Charlie Hull-3
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On 17/08/2017 16:18, Power, Susi wrote:

> Dear all,
>
> I’m working as a Science Communication Specialist for a research lab.
> Next to our research itself, we are using a reference manager to
> store all the publications of our field of research and offer other
> interested people this list in form of an online library. Since the
> access is usually restricted to scientific articles we are just
> allowed to publish the titles and authors in that list and not the
> articles themselves.
>
> We were wondering though, whether we could run Lucene in the back of
> the list and implement it as a web interface, so that users could do
> a key word search through the actual publications without us
> providing them? Once Lucene found the article the key word is
> included it would just show the title in the list.
>
> I’d appreciate getting some support, since it is a very important
> project to us.

Hi Susi,

Yes this is perfectly possible. I'd recommend using Solr on top of
Lucene as it is much easier to build web interfaces this way. You would
simply index the list itself with Solr (as XML, JSON, CSV, extracting
from a SQL database itself, there's multiple ways to do this). Solr then
provides a HTTP API for querying, which your web app would talk to.

We've built many applications like this for organisations large and
small, let me know if we can help.

Best

Charlie

>
> Many thanks, Susi
>
> — Susi Power Science Communication Specialist Huisken Lab / Medical
> Engineering Morgridge Institute for Research, Madison WI, 53715 (608)
> 316 4552 [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
>
>
>
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Re: Web Interface Lucene

Xavier Morera
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Hello Susi,

You are basically describing Solr. This should be really really easy to
implement with Solr, that uses Lucene internally.

I created two courses that explain how to do this in a simple way, this is
the one that covers Solr
https://app.pluralsight.com/courses/enterprise-search-using-apache-solr

And this is the one that covers how to build an application to do this
https://app.pluralsight.com/library/courses/implementing-search-dotnet-applications/table-of-contents

On Thu, Aug 17, 2017 at 9:18 AM, Power, Susi <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Dear all,
>
> I’m working as a Science Communication Specialist for a research lab. Next
> to our research itself, we are using a reference manager to store all the
> publications of our field of research and offer other interested people
> this list in form of an online library. Since the access is usually
> restricted to scientific articles we are just allowed to publish the titles
> and authors in that list and not the articles themselves.
>
> We were wondering though, whether we could run Lucene in the back of the
> list and implement it as a web interface, so that users could do a key word
> search through the actual publications without us providing them? Once
> Lucene found the article the key word is included it would just show the
> title in the list.
>
> I’d appreciate getting some support, since it is a very important project
> to us.
>
> Many thanks,
> Susi
>
> —
> Susi Power
> Science Communication Specialist
> Huisken Lab / Medical Engineering
> Morgridge Institute for Research, Madison WI, 53715
> (608) 316 4552
> [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
>
>


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Re: Web Interface Lucene

Power, Susi
Wow! Thank you so much for all your feedback. I’ll reach out to some of you individually.

Many thanks again,
Susi


On Aug 17, 2017, at 10:26 AM, Xavier Morera <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:

Hello Susi,

You are basically describing Solr. This should be really really easy to
implement with Solr, that uses Lucene internally.

I created two courses that explain how to do this in a simple way, this is
the one that covers Solr
https://app.pluralsight.com/courses/enterprise-search-using-apache-solr

And this is the one that covers how to build an application to do this
https://app.pluralsight.com/library/courses/implementing-search-dotnet-applications/table-of-contents

On Thu, Aug 17, 2017 at 9:18 AM, Power, Susi <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:

Dear all,

I’m working as a Science Communication Specialist for a research lab. Next
to our research itself, we are using a reference manager to store all the
publications of our field of research and offer other interested people
this list in form of an online library. Since the access is usually
restricted to scientific articles we are just allowed to publish the titles
and authors in that list and not the articles themselves.

We were wondering though, whether we could run Lucene in the back of the
list and implement it as a web interface, so that users could do a key word
search through the actual publications without us providing them? Once
Lucene found the article the key word is included it would just show the
title in the list.

I’d appreciate getting some support, since it is a very important project
to us.

Many thanks,
Susi


Susi Power
Science Communication Specialist
Huisken Lab / Medical Engineering
Morgridge Institute for Research, Madison WI, 53715
(608) 316 4552
[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]><mailto:[hidden email]>




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*www.xaviermorera.com<http://www.xaviermorera.com/> <http://www.xaviermorera.com/>*

office:  (305) 600-4919

cel:     +506 8849-8866

skype: xmorera
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