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Document counts and Topics used

Author's note: topics above 450 may not be accurately mapped. Please email if you have corrections.

ConferenceCollectionDocument CountTopics
TREC 1TREC 1741,85651-100
TREC 2TREC 1741,856101-150
TREC 3TREC 1741,856151-200
TREC 4TREC 4567,529201-250
TREC 5TREC 5524,929251-300
TREC 6TREC 6556,077301-350
TREC 7TREC 7528,155351-400
TREC 8TREC 7528,155401-450
WT2G247,491
WT10G1,692,096451-500
WT100G20,616,457
DOTGOV1,247,753551-600
DOTGOV225,205,179701-800

Resource links

Queries and Topics are hosted externally.

For queries, navigate to http://trec.nist.gov/data/qrels_eng/ and download the file listed.

For topics, navigate to http://trec.nist.gov/data/topics_eng/index.html and download the file listed.

For indexes, save the listed file. They are approximately 225 Mb each.

ConferenceQueriesTopicsIndex
TREC 1qrels.51-100.disk1.disk2.parts1-5.tar.gzTREC-1 ad hoc & TREC-2 routing topicsMedia:TREC_1_index.aspt
TREC 2qrels.101-150.disk1.disk2.parts1-5.tar.gzTREC-2 ad hoc & TREC-3 routing topicsMedia:TREC_1_index.aspt
TREC 3qrels.151-200.201-250.disks1-3.all.tar.gzTREC-3 ad hoc topicsMedia:TREC_1_index.aspt
TREC 4qrels.201-250.disk2.disk3.parts1-5.tar.gzTREC-4 ad hoc topicsMedia:TREC_4_index.aspt
TREC 5qrels.251-300.parts1-5.tar.gzTREC-5 ad hoc topicsMedia:TREC_5_index.aspt
TREC 6qrels.trec6.adhoc.parts1-5.tar.gzTREC-6 ad hoc topicsMedia:TREC_6_index.aspt
TREC 7qrels.trec7.adhoc.parts1-5.tar.gzTREC-7 ad hoc and TREC-8 filtering topicsMedia:TREC_7_index.aspt
TREC 8qrels.trec8.adhoc.parts1-5.tar.gzTREC-8 ad hoc and small web topicsMedia:TREC_7_index.aspt
WT2G
WT10Ghttp://trec.nist.gov/data/t9.web.html
http://trec.nist.gov/data/t10.web.html
WT100G
DOTGOV
DOTGOV2

Note that TREC 1 collection was used for TRECs 1-3, and TREC 7 collection was used for TRECs 7-8.

Usage

For a more thorough introduction, see How to use indexes.

If you have index.aspt in the working directory:

~$ ./atire -QN:t -q topics.51-100 -a qrels.51-100 -s-p -l0

Otherwise, you can specify its location with -findex.