How to get "missing" and "other" stats when using "terms-stats" facet?

Hello I am developing some charting components using terms statistical
faceting and I ran into a problem of not being able to account for
"missing" (where term on which faceting is done is missing) or "other"
(terms not fitting facet size setting and thus not calculated) values
making my charts pretty meaningless since they do not operate on entire
body of records

Is it possible to get "other" and "missing" total when using
"terms-stats" similar to how "other" and "missing" count is provided when
using "terms" facet?

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Guys, could anyone please comment if it is possible. I need it rather badly
I sort of expected to have these numbers based on prior experience with
Terms facet. Without them statistics is incomplete and entirely open-ended
and unpredictable....

On Sunday, February 3, 2013 2:34:14 PM UTC-5, AlexR wrote:

Hello I am developing some charting components using terms statistical
faceting and I ran into a problem of not being able to account for
"missing" (where term on which faceting is done is missing) or "other"
(terms not fitting facet size setting and thus not calculated) values
making my charts pretty meaningless since they do not operate on entire
body of records

Is it possible to get "other" and "missing" total when using
"terms-stats" similar to how "other" and "missing" count is provided when
using "terms" facet?

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Hi Alex,

For the "other" part: if you don't use filters or facet filters, you should
be able to see how many hits didn't get into the facet by summing up the
"count" values from your facet, and comparing it to the total number of
hits from your query.

Best regards,
Radu

http://sematext.com/ -- ElasticSearch -- Solr -- Lucene

On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 11:52 PM, AlexR roytmana@gmail.com wrote:

Guys, could anyone please comment if it is possible. I need it rather
badly I sort of expected to have these numbers based on prior experience
with Terms facet. Without them statistics is incomplete and entirely
open-ended and unpredictable....

On Sunday, February 3, 2013 2:34:14 PM UTC-5, AlexR wrote:

Hello I am developing some charting components using terms statistical
faceting and I ran into a problem of not being able to account for
"missing" (where term on which faceting is done is missing) or "other"
(terms not fitting facet size setting and thus not calculated) values
making my charts pretty meaningless since they do not operate on entire
body of records

Is it possible to get "other" and "missing" total when using
"terms-stats" similar to how "other" and "missing" count is provided when
using "terms" facet?

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Thank you Radu,

Unfortunately I use filters very heavily. I am developing a generic UI for
navigating/selecting facets and filtering/doing stats based on them
Also what I need very much is not just counts but totals for missing and
other.

I wonder why it is not included? Performance?
I guess I could take the ugly approach of doing terms, and statistics facet
for every terms_stats facet to get these values but I would really like to
avoid it

Alex

On Tuesday, February 5, 2013 8:29:37 AM UTC-5, Radu Gheorghe wrote:

Hi Alex,

For the "other" part: if you don't use filters or facet filters, you
should be able to see how many hits didn't get into the facet by summing up
the "count" values from your facet, and comparing it to the total number of
hits from your query.

Best regards,
Radu

http://sematext.com/ -- ElasticSearch -- Solr -- Lucene

On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 11:52 PM, AlexR <royt...@gmail.com <javascript:>>wrote:

Guys, could anyone please comment if it is possible. I need it rather
badly I sort of expected to have these numbers based on prior experience
with Terms facet. Without them statistics is incomplete and entirely
open-ended and unpredictable....

On Sunday, February 3, 2013 2:34:14 PM UTC-5, AlexR wrote:

Hello I am developing some charting components using terms statistical
faceting and I ran into a problem of not being able to account for
"missing" (where term on which faceting is done is missing) or "other"
(terms not fitting facet size setting and thus not calculated) values
making my charts pretty meaningless since they do not operate on entire
body of records

Is it possible to get "other" and "missing" total when using
"terms-stats" similar to how "other" and "missing" count is provided when
using "terms" facet?

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