Learn about the Elasticsearch analyzers.
- [Instructor] Elasticsearch Analyzers.…In this video, we are going to take a look at…inverted index concept first, then we will have…a hands-on demo on using Elasticsearch analyzers.…Inverted index.…It is a structure used by Elasticsearch,…which allows Elasticsearch to perform…very fast, full-tech searches.…Now let's see how it works.…Let's assume we have two documents with the following data.…In inverted index, each word in the document is listed…and a table or a hashmap,…similar to the one shown on the screen, is created.…
This is again created for the next document as well.…The x mark represents that…those fields are present in the document.…Now, let's combine both…and the result will be something similar to this.…We can see that the word Elasticsearch and uses…are available in both the documents,…but the word a, structure, and called…are available only in Document 1.…In inverted indexing process,…the frequently occurring words,…like the, yuh, and, are removed from the list,…and these words are called stop words.…
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- Elasticsearch concepts
- Working with Logstach and Kibana
- Elasticsearch Query DSL
- Aggregation and analyzers
- Scripting in Elasticsearch
- Using plugins and APIs
- Building an interface with dashboards
- Filtering and processing input
- Loading data to Elasticsearch
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Elastic Stack
2. Elasticsearch: Full-Text Search and Analytics Engine
3. Collect, Parse, and Transform with Logstash
4. Finding Insights with Kibana
5. Building a Data Pipeline with Elastic Stack
6. Elastic Stack Success Stories
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