Analyzing Log Data with Spark and Looker

Previous post            Tweet Tags: Apache Spark, Looker, Streaming Analytics Learn how to set up a modern pipeline that collects, processes, and analyzes high-volume, machine-generated data. This on-demand webinar discusses popular collection mechanisms, does a hands-on log-parsing example in Spark, and shows how to use Looker to get insights from event data. Machines are constantly generating data. Unlocking…
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heatmaply: interactive heat maps (with R)

I am pleased to announce heatmaply, my new R package for generating interactive heat maps, based on the plotly R package. tl;dr By running the following 3 lines of code: install.packages(“heatmaply”) library(heatmaply) heatmaply(mtcars, k_col = 2, k_row = 3) %>% layout(margin = list(l = 130, b = 40)) You will get this output in your browser (or RStudio console): You can…
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USC: Data Scientist

Previous post Next post            Tweet Tags: CA, Data Scientist, Los Angeles, USC Looking for a data scientist to join our team and create analytical solutions for business problems in fundraising. This position is responsible for generating solutions for existing problems and studying the business to ask (and answer) questions nobody has asked before. Organization: USCLocation: Los Angeles,…
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Introduction to Recurrent Networks in TensorFlow

Previous post Next post            Tweet Tags: Deep Learning, Recurrent Neural Networks, TensorFlow A straightforward, introductory overview of implementing Recurrent Neural Networks in TensorFlow. By Danijar Hafner, Independent Machine Learning Researcher. Recurrent networks like LSTM and GRU are powerful sequence models. I will explain how to create recurrent networks in TensorFlow and use them for sequence classification and…
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Happy New Year, Mr. President. Data and Sentiment Analysis of Presidential New Year Speeches

Salvino A. Salvaggio [1] [2] [3] At a moment where many are preparing for the December 31st evening cocktail, the End of Year speech of the President of the Italian Republic is broadcast right on time at 8:30pm. A tradition which came to be with the constitutional establishment of the Italian Republic itself (or almost [4]), the year-end message has…
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Principal Components Regression in R: Part 3

by John Mount Ph. D.Data Scientist at Win-Vector LLC In her series on principal components analysis for regression in R, Win-Vector LLC’s Dr. Nina Zumel broke the demonstration down into the following pieces: Part 1: the proper preparation of data and use of principal components analysis (particularly for supervised learning or regression). Part 2: the introduction of y-aware scaling to…
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Principal Components Regression in R: Part 3

by John Mount Ph. D.Data Scientist at Win-Vector LLC In her series on principal components analysis for regression in R, Win-Vector LLC’s Dr. Nina Zumel broke the demonstration down into the following pieces: Part 1: the proper preparation of data and use of principal components analysis (particularly for supervised learning or regression). Part 2: the introduction of y-aware scaling to…
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Intel’s Investments in Cognitive Tech: Impact and New Opportunities

Previous post            Tweet Tags: Cognitive Computing, Intel An overview of Intel’s recent investments in cognitive technology, the impact of these investments on technology and research, and the new opportunities these investments present. By Peter Zhegin, Flint Capital. Intel is the company which is enormously contributing to development of cognitive technologies. Being the leader of Top500 supercomputer sites,…
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Predictive Bookmaker Consensus Model for the UEFA Euro 2016

(By Achim Zeileis) From 10 June to 10 July 2016 the best European football teams will meet in France to determine the European Champion in the UEFA European Championship 2016 tournament. For the first time 24 teams compete, expanding the format from 16 teams as in the previous five Euro tournaments. For forecasting the winning probability of each team a…
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Jupyter+Spark+Mesos: An “Opinionated” Docker Image

Previous post            Tweet Tags: Apache Spark, Docker, IBM, Jupyter Check “opinionated” Docker-based stacks for Jupyter, including one to combine Jupyter and Spark right out of the gate. By Steve Moore, Spark Technology Center author; Founder and CEO, Physical Plant Theater Project Jupyter has been steadily growing in popularity since it spun it off from IPython in 2014. It currently…
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