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Lucidworks Fusion, the enterprise search platform built on Apache Solr.
Lucidworks Fusion, the enterprise search platform built on Apache Solr.

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Lucidworks View 1.4 is out and includes support for date range facets, grouped results, and full optimization for Fusion 3. Here's what's new: 

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One of the fantastic new capabilities of Fusion 3 is we put SQL everywhere. In this post, Tim Potter, shows you how to execute SQL queries against Fusion collections using any JDBC compliant application - even Tableau or Apache Zeppelin. Here's how: https://lucidworks.com/2017/02/01/sql-in-fusion-3/
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Lucidworks Fusion 3.0 is now available for download! Go from data set to working search app in minutes - Check out the blog to learn more: https://lucidworks.com/2017/01/25/fusion-3-released/

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Search engineer Esther Quansah's got a new post showcasing the versatility of the Solr Suggester and the process of achieving context-filtered suggestions in Solr. https://lucidworks.com/blog/2017/01/09/context-filtering-with-solr-suggesters/

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The crucial difference between search and discovery. http://lucidworks.com/blog/thoughts-search-vs-discovery/

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As the commercial stewards of Apache Solr, we know how crucial the open source software movement is to organizations all over the world and how important the Apache Software Foundation is in governing dozens of projects used by thousands of companies. Let’s take a look at it all got started:

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Learn more about Lucidworks Fusion's indexing pipelines, a framework for plugging together a series of atomic steps, called “stages,” that can dynamically manipulate documents flowing in during indexing. http://lucidworks.com/blog/parsing-indexing-multi-value-fields-lucidworks-fusion/

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Solr 5 is out! Let us rejoice and be glad. Here's the lowdown: http://lucidworks.com/blog/solr-5-0/

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"Content tagging processes are traditionally done at index time either manually or automatically by machine learning or knowledge based (taxonomy/ontology) approaches."

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Techniques to build your next killer search app.
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