Category Archives: search

DJUGL talk: Scaling search to a million pages with Solr, Python and Django

Thanks to everyone who came along last night to DJUGL, to see me (and Nicholas Tollervey, and Mat Clayton) speak. My topic for the night was “Scaling search to a million pages, with Solr, Python and Django”. I’ve put the … Continue reading

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On journalism

Andrew Walkingshaw of Timetric at News Innovation from Martin Belam on Vimeo. From News Innovation: London. Thank you to Martin Belam for his very sympathetic editing! Andrew here; Dan and I took part in NewsInnovation:London at NESTA on Friday 10th … Continue reading

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New search and new graphs!

We’ve just added a couple of new features to Timetric which we think you’ll find useful. Up until now, it’s been a bit tricky to get a quick overview of the data in an area; you’ve needed to save all … Continue reading

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Finding things

Hi there! I’m Andrew Walkingshaw, and – amongst other things – I’m responsible for helping you to find the data you’re looking for on Timetric. That means two things, really; I build ways for you to find the data already … Continue reading

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