By Sean Owen, Sandy Ryza, Uri Laserson, Josh Wills

During this useful booklet, 4 Cloudera information scientists current a collection of self-contained styles for appearing large-scale facts research with Spark. The authors carry Spark, statistical tools, and real-world info units jointly to coach you ways to technique analytics difficulties by means of example.

You’ll commence with an advent to Spark and its surroundings, after which dive into styles that observe universal techniques—classification, collaborative filtering, and anomaly detection between others—to fields comparable to genomics, safeguard, and finance. in case you have an entry-level figuring out of laptop studying and data, and also you application in Java, Python, or Scala, you’ll locate those styles helpful for engaged on your personal info applications.

Patterns include:

• Recommending song and the Audioscrobbler facts set
• Predicting woodland hide with selection trees
• Anomaly detection in community site visitors with K-means clustering
• figuring out Wikipedia with Latent Semantic Analysis
• examining co-occurrence networks with GraphX
• Geospatial and temporal info research at the long island urban Taxi journeys data
• Estimating monetary hazard via Monte Carlo simulation
• studying genomics information and the BDG project
• interpreting neuroimaging information with PySpark and Thunder

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