I've only tested with the training data in it's own collection, but it was
designed for multiple training sets in the same collection.

I suspect you're training set is too small to get a reliable model from.
The training sets we tested with were considerably larger.

All the idfs_ds values being the same seems odd though. The idfs_ds in
particular were designed to be accurate when there are multiple training
sets in the same collection.

Joel Bernstein
http://joelsolr.blogspot.com/

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