 Analytics Reduction Functions

Reduction functions reduce the values of sources and/or unreduced mapping functions for every Solr Document to a single value.

Below is a list of all reduction functions provided by the Analytics Component. These can be combined using mapping functions to implement more complex functionality.

Counting Reductions

Count

The number of existing values for an expression. For single-valued expressions, this is equivalent to `docCount`. If no expression is given, the number of matching documents is returned.

`count()` => `< Single Long >` `count(< T >)` => `< Single Long >`

Doc Count

The number of documents for which an expression has existing values. For single-valued expressions, this is equivalent to `count`. If no expression is given, the number of matching documents is returned.

`doc_count()` => `< Single Long >`

`doc_count(< T >)` => `< Single Long >`

Missing

The number of documents for which an expression has no existing value.

`missing(< T >)` => `< Single Long >`

Unique

The number of unique values for an expression. This function accepts `Numeric`, `Date` and `String` expressions.

`unique(< T >)` => `< Single Long >`

Math Reductions

Sum

Returns the sum of all values for the expression.

`sum(< Double >)` => `< Single Double >`

Variance

Returns the variance of all values for the expression.

`variance(< Double >)` => `< Single Double >`

Standard Deviation

Returns the standard deviation of all values for the expression.

`stddev(< Double >)` => `< Single Double >`

Mean

Returns the arithmetic mean of all values for the expression.

`mean(< Double >)` => `< Single Double >`

Weighted Mean

Returns the arithmetic mean of all values for the second expression weighted by the values of the first expression.

`wmean(< Double >, < Double >)` => `< Single Double >`

 Note The expressions must satisfy the rules for `mult` function parameters.

Ordering Reductions

Minimum

Returns the minimum value for the expression. This function accepts `Numeric`, `Date` and `String` expressions.

`min(< T >)` => `< Single T >`

Maximum

Returns the maximum value for the expression. This function accepts `Numeric`, `Date` and `String` expressions.

`max(< T >)` => `< Single T >`

Median

Returns the median of all values for the expression. This function accepts `Numeric` and `Date` expressions.

`median(< T >)` => `< Single T >`

Percentile

Calculates the given percentile of all values for the expression. This function accepts `Numeric`, `Date` and `String` expressions for the 2nd parameter.

The percentile, given as the 1st parameter, must be a constant double between [0, 100).

`percentile(<Constant Double>, < T >)` => `< Single T >`

Ordinal

Calculates the given ordinal of all values for the expression. This function accepts `Numeric`, `Date` and `String` expressions for the 2nd parameter. The ordinal, given as the 1st parameter, must be a constant integer. 0 is not accepted as an ordinal value.

If the ordinal is positive, the returned value will be the nth smallest value.

If the ordinal is negative, the returned value will be the nth largest value.

`ordinal(<Constant Int>, < T >)` => `< Single T >`