Re: [greenstone-users] sorting on [numleafdocs]? top of the list is the most numerous with that metadata value

From Katherine Don
DateThu, 27 Jul 2006 13:46:03 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] sorting on [numleafdocs]? top of the list is the most numerous with that metadata value
In-Reply-To (44C809DC-4090508-uiuc-edu)
Hi Karen

I had forgotten about -freqsort. Did you try that with AZCompactList? I
just tried it and it seemed to do what you were wanting.

e.g. AZCompactList -metadata Citation -freqsort

Regards,
Katherine

karen medina wrote:
> Katherine Don wrote:
>
>> Do you mean in a classifier? You have a list of bookshelves, and you
>> want the bookshelves to be ordered based on the number of documents they
>> contain?
>
>
> Exactly!
>
>> I don't think anyone has done this before. If you know perl you could
>> probably implement it.
>
>
> I know Perl.
>
>> Which classifier were you using?
>
>
> AZCompactList and List, but had tried a few others as well. I even tried
> -freqsort, but I'm not sure exactly what this did or was supposed to do
> (it was in the old documentation).
>
> Thanks!
> -karen medina
>
>
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