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Apache Solr Beginner's Guide by Alfredo Serafini

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Time for action – indexing artist data from Tate Gallery and DBpedia

Finally, we can create an example involving more than a single data source. We will use the Open Data of the well-known Tate Gallery (http://www.tate.org.uk/), recently released with GitHub in different formats (https://github.com/tategallery/collection).

  1. The first thing we will need at the start is the CSV file containing metadata about the artists in the repository: https://github.com/tategallery/collection/blob/master/artist_data.csv.
  2. We will augment those metadata with information from DBpedia. We will use just the essentials to keep the example simple; but you can easily add more fields for an exercise. We will define a new Tate core (in /SolrStarterBook/solr-app/chp08/) using ...

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