Sparklyr, developed by RStudio in conjunction with IBM, Cloudera, and H2O, provides an R interface to Spark’s distributed machine-learning algorithms and much more. Sparklyr makes practical machine learning scalable and easy. With sparklyr, you can interactively manipulate Spark data using both dplyr and SQL (via DBI); filter and aggregate Spark datasets then bring them into R for analysis and visualization; orchestrate distributed machine learning from R using either Spark MLlib or H2O SparkingWater; create extensions that call the full Spark API and provide interfaces to Spark packages; and establish Spark connections and browse Spark data frames within the RStudio IDE.
John Mount demonstrates how to use sparklyr to analyze big data in Spark, covering filtering and manipulating Spark data to import into R and using R to run machine-learning algorithms on data in Spark. John also explores the sparklyr integration built into the RStudio IDE.
John Mount is a principal consultant at Win-Vector LLC, a San Francisco data science consultancy. John has worked as a computational scientist in biotechnology and a stock-trading algorithm designer and has managed a research team for Shopping.com (now an eBay company). He is the coauthor of Practical Data Science with R (Manning Publications, 2014). John started his advanced education in mathematics at UC Berkeley and holds a PhD in computer science from Carnegie Mellon (specializing in the design and analysis of randomized algorithms). He currently blogs about technical issues at the Win-Vector blog, tweets at @WinVectorLLC, and is active in the Rotary. Please contact email@example.com for projects and collaborations.
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