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README.md

JOIN THE COMMUNITY!

Resource for documentation are a bit thin on the ground, but there are some great places to go for ideas as to how use fuzzydb.

The GUI example below is great for a bit of hands on play. We're aiming to get an online example up and running soon too.

There are a couple of sites using the database. Feel free to check out www.fridgemountain.com and www.likemynds.com for how it's used there.

Our Mailing List

There's always a friendly response at hand on a mail group. Any questions, and we're sure there are lots, do post them and we'll get them answered pronto.

The mailing list is fuzzydb-users@googlegroups.com. You can join at: https://groups.google.com/group/fuzzydb-users

The blog

http://fuzzydb.blogspot.com

The demo

The sample webapp can often be found deployed at: http://fuzzydb-sample-webapp.cloudfoundry.com

GETTING STARTED

Check out the latest stable snapshot and build it:

git clone git://github.com/whirlwind-match/fuzzydb.git
git checkout stable
mvn install

OTHER STUFF

This should pass all tests.

RUNNING THE DEMO UI

There is a configurable demo UI available, which is currently packaged with an example of helping people share car journeys (e.g. to work, or one off events like going to a music festival).

To run the UI having built as above, type

mvn exec:java -pl com.wwm.indexer.gui

You'll now be presented with a Java UI (no frills here ... yet).

Try this:

  • Click "Random entries" to create 1000 random journeys - this should take around a second
  • Click "Search" - you'll see a page of results and the time it took to find them
  • Look on the Map tab. You'll see a clearly random set of journeys with the start represented by a green dot and the end by a blue one
  • Now enter a short London postcode, e.g. N1 into the StartPostcode box
  • Hit "Search" again. You'll see the journeys start in London now
  • Insert say another 20,000 records
  • Enter a postcode for the end location (e.g. M1 for Manchester), and click Search. With any luck you'll find a few matches
  • In the dropdown box showing LiftShare (this box selects matching styles), select something else, e.g. PathDeviation, and search again.
  • Have a play, enjoy and let us know how you get on