Gremlin is the only Tinkerpop technology we've used so far.
Re the boosting, we've ended up storing the document boost as a neo4j
property on the node, and post-processing the hit list from lucene to get
each node and combine the lucene score with the boost to determine our
final relevance score. This adds about about 0.6 sec elapsed per 10K
nodes ( on a Xeon E5430 @ 2.66GHz ), which is not ideal but will probably
On Tue, Feb 14, 2012 at 9:23 AM, Chris Fitzpatrick
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> Hey Kent,
> Awesome. thanks for the info. So, using gremlin, are you using some of
> the other Tinkerpop technologies?
> And, haha, in researching stuff this weekend, I actually saw an email
> you sent to the neo4j google group about the lucene boosting issue…
> I started playing around with RDF.rb , and was really impressed,
> although using that doesn't give you all the stuff tinkerpop does.