The course is designed for engineers and data scientists who have some familiarity with Scala, Apache Spark, and machine learning who need to process large natural language text in a distributed fashion.We will use sample of posts from the subreddit /r/WritingPrompts, which contains short stories and comments about the short stories.The course has four parts1. Building a natural language processing and entity extraction pipeline on Scala & Spark2.
Spark is one of today’s most popular distributed computation engines for processing and analyzing big data. This course provides data engineers, data scientist and data analysts interested in exploring the technology of data streaming with practical experience in using Spark. You’ll learn about the Spark Structured Streaming API, the powerful Catalyst query optimizer, the Tungsten execution engine, and more in this hands-on course where you’ll build small several applications that leverage all the aspects of Spark 2.0. While not a requirement, the course works best for those with some Scala experience.
Data analysts familiar with R will learn to leverage the power of Spark, distributed computing and cloud storage in this course that shows you how to use your R skills in a big data environment.
Hadoop and Spark are the stars of the Big Data world. This course covers the basics of Spark and how to use Spark and Hadoop together for big data analytics. Designed for developers, architects, and data analysts with a fundamental understanding of Hadoop, it begins with an overview of how Hadoop and Spark are used in today's big data ecosystem before moving into hands-on labs that demonstrate Spark and Spark-Hadoop integration.
Narratives about decision making are often inadvertently tailored primarily to men. Meanwhile, narratives about women in business overlook decision making or offer advice that is unhelpful and can even backfire.
Creativity is often considered an innate gift, not something that can be learned or optimized. In fact, there is an entire branch of science devoted to dissecting, understanding, and stimulating creativity. Scientific American, the oldest continuously published magazine in the U.S., has been bringing its readers unique insights about developments in science and technology for more than 150 years.
Regular Guy Cracks The CPA Code And Spills The Beans On His Exact $19,000 Per Month Formula.
David Hayman explores the rich history of one of Scotland's best-loved boats, the Clyde Puffer. He meets the last of the men who worked on them, explores the communities whose lives they transformed, celebrates their fictional history in the form of the Vital Spark, and takes a trip out to sea on the last remaining steam-powered puffer.