Hi list,

as part of a lecture on Information Retrieval I am giving we work a lot
with Simple Wikipedia articles. It's a great data set because it's
comprehensive and not domain specific so when building search on top of it
humans can easily judge result quality, and it's still small enough to be
handled by a regular computer.

This year I want to cover the topic of Machine Learning for search. The
idea is to look at result clicks from an internal search search engine,
feed that into the Machine Learning and adjust search accordingly so that
the top-clicked results actually rank best. We will be using Solr LTR for
this purpose.

I would love to base this on Simple Wikipedia data since it would fit well
into the rest of the lecture. Unfortunately, I could not find that data.
The closest I came is
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Research:Wikipedia_clickstream but this
covers neither Simple Wikipedia nor does it specify internal search queries.

Did I miss something? Is this data available somewhere? Can I produce it
myself from raw data? Ideally I would need (query-document) pairs with the
number of occurrences.

Thank you!
*Georg M. Sorst I CTO*
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