[Bioperl-l] Bio::Seq -> Solr (Lucene) ?

Hilmar Lapp hlapp at gmx.net
Wed Aug 29 21:37:59 EDT 2007


On Aug 29, 2007, at 6:11 PM, Jay Hannah wrote:

> [...]
>
> I'm thinking I could write Perl which would take a Bio::Seq object and
> convert it to an XML file which Solr would happily inject into Lucene
> for me.
>
> If I could do that I'm thinking that any of the many formats that
> Bio::SeqIO can slurp could magically be sent into a Lucene index for
> searching.
>
> [...]
> Since I haven't started yet, what would I call this thing?
> Bio::SeqIO::Solr?  (and I wouldn't implement the I part?)

Would this be a Solr-specific XML writer? Or could you use an  
existing XML format for sequences?

(as an aside, if you do need a Solr-specific format writer, my  
suggestion would be to name it solrxml [lowercase])

	-hilmar

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