Is there some think akin to a document I'd so we can assure all rows
belonging to the same document can be sent to one mapper?
On Feb 3, 2013 1:00 PM, "Martijn van Leeuwen" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi John,
> Here is some background about my data and what I want as output.
> I have a 215K documents containing text. From those text files I extract
> names of persons, organisations and locations by using the Stanford NER
> library. (see http://nlp.stanford.edu/software/CRF-NER.shtml)
> Looking at the following line:
> Jan Janssen was on this way to Klaas to sell vehicle Jan Janssen stole
> from his father.
> when the classifier is done annotating the line looks like this:
> <PERSON>Janssen<PERSON><OFFSET>5<OFFSET> was on this way
> to <PERSON>Klaas<PERSON><OFFSET>26<OFFSET> to sell the vehicle
> <PERSON>Janssen<PERSON><OFFSET>50<OFFSET> stole from his father.
> When looping through this annotated line you can save the persons and its
> offsets, please note that offset is a LONG value, inside a Map for example:
> MAP<STRING, LONG> entities
> Jan, 0
> Janssen, 5
> Klaas, 26
> Jan, 48
> Janssen, 50
> Jan Janssen in the line is actually the one person and not two. Jan occurs
> at offset 0, to determine if Janssen belongs to Jan I could subtract the
> length of Jan (3) + 1 (whitespace) from Janssen's offset (5) and if outcome
> isn't greater then 1 then combine the two person into one person.
> (offset Jansen) - (offset Jan + whitespace) not greater then 1
> If this is true then combine the two person and save this inside a new
> MAP<STRING, LONG> like
> Jan Janssen, [ 0 ].
> The next time we come across Jan Janssen inside the text then just save
> the offset. Which produces the following MAP<STRING, LONG>
> Jan Janssen, [0, 48]
> I hope this clarifies my question.
> If things are still unclear please don't hesitate to ask me to clarify my
> question further.
> Kind regards,
> On Feb 3, 2013, at 1:05 PM, John Omernik <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Well there are some methods that may work, but I'd have to understand your
> data and your constraints more. You want to be able to (As it sounds) sort
> by offset, and then look at the one row, and then the next row, to
> determine if the the two items should be joined. It "looks" like you are
> doing a string comparison between numbers ("100 "to "104" there is only one
> "position" out of three that is different (0 vs 4). Trouble is, look at id
> 3 and id 4. 150 to 160 is only one position different as well, are you
> looking for Klaas Jan? Also, is the ID fields filled from the first match?
> It seems like you have some very odd data here. I don't think you've
> provided enough information on the data for us to be able to help you.
> On Sat, Feb 2, 2013 at 1:21 PM, Martijn van Leeuwen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I new to Apache Hive and I am doing some test to see if it fits my needs,
>> one of the questions I have if it is possible to "peek" for the next row in
>> order to find out if the values should be combined. Let me explain by an
>> Let say my data looks like this
>> Id name offset
>> 1 Jan 100
>> 2 Janssen 104
>> 3 Klaas 150
>> 4 Jan 160
>> 5 Janssen 164
>> An my output to another table should be this
>> Id fullname offsets
>> 1 Jan Janssen [ 100, 160 ]
>> I would like to combine the name values from two rows where the offset of
>> the two rows are no more then 1 character apart.
>> Is this type of data manipulation is possible and if it is could someone
>> point me to the right direction hopefully with some explaination?
>> Kind regards