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Spark Hearts GraphLab Create

Seattle Spark Meetup 2015 - Technical talk on integrating Apache Spark with GraphLab Create

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Spark Hearts GraphLab Create

  1. 1. PK COPYRIGHT © 2015 PROKARMA INC. Copyrights, trademarks, and registered trademarks for all technology described in this document are owned by the respective companies. +
  2. 2. OVERVIEW ü  Strategy ü  Technology Verticals ü  Industry Verticals ü  Platform Solutions SERVICES ü  21 Offices including 11 Global Delivery Centers in US, India, Argentina & Peru PRESENCE ü  150+ Customers ü  40 Fortune 1000 Companies CUSTOMERS ü  Doing business since 2000 ü  Global Staff of 2000+ employees PEOPLE PK
  3. 3. problem formulation -> tool chain construction data science with notebooks the data set Demo: Spark + GraphLab Create RDD -> SFrame ML on PySpark introduction to boosted trees in GraphLab Create Demo: Spark + GraphLab Create PySpark ML with GraphLab Create PK What should we talk about? +
  4. 4. Moving down the data pipeline from raw to results How best to quickly move through pipeline to: 1.  Show value of work 2.  Communicate results 3.  Move models into production pipeline PK problem formulation -> tool chain construction + Clean up your data Run Sophisticated Analytics Discover Insights! Integrate Results into Pipelines Use lots of different data sources ETL Communicate Results and Value …NOTEBOOKS Based on Diagram Source: Paco Nathan
  5. 5. PK problem formulation -> tool chain construction + “Models are not right or wrong; they're always wrong. They're always approximations. The question you have to ask is whether a model tells you more information than you would have had otherwise. If it does, it's skillful.” - Gavin Schmidt’s excellent TED Talk Data science with notebooks allows data science teams to quickly move from exploration > transformation > modeling > visualization > export to pipeline Many startups create to fill the need for one product solution with collaboration and containerization In the mean time: PySpark + IPython + GraphLab Create
  6. 6. Fatality Analysis Reporting System National Highway Transportation Safety Administration ●  Publicly available ●  Historical time-series Currently available: 1975 – 2013 ●  Raw, Rich, Relevant ●  Time-series, geo location ●  Human recorded events transcribed into annual databases (dbf, SQL, SAS) ●  Measurable outcomes for modelling (updated on yearly basis) PK example data set: transportation safety +
  7. 7. ²  Proof  of  concept  demonstra/on  for   customer  concerned  with   Transporta/on  Safety ²  Applica/on  of  science  method   towards  diverse  data  sets ²  Evolving  real-­‐world  data  sets  for   advanced  analy/cs  workshops  and   training  sessions ²  Visual  and  conceptual  presenta/on   of  scien/fic  approach  to   computa/onal  analysis data science showcase IENCE – DATA PROTOTYPING 25 30 35 40 45 50 −120 −100 −80 Fatalities in Fatal Accidents from 1975−2012 lat 0 40000 80000 120000 160000 deaths ü  Scien/fic  Method ü  Predic/ve  Modeling ü  Hidden  Insights   PK +
  8. 8. Hardware: •  MacBook Pro (late 2012) •  ~36 GB free disk space •  8GB RAM •  2 cores •  Not exactly a blazingly fast, top of the line machine…. Software: •  Spark 1.1.0 for Hadoop 2.4 •  GraphLab Create 1.2.1 •  Hadoop 2.4 •  Scala 2.10.4 •  Python 2.7.9 on Anaconda 1.9.1 PK notes about my setup +
  9. 9. One more step… gl.get_spark_integration_jar_path() $SPARK_HOME/bin/spark-submit --driver-class-path /path/to/graphlab- create-spark-integration.jar --master yarn-client my_awesome_code.py Or… $SPARK_HOME/bin/pyspark --driver-class-path /path/to/graphlab-create- spark-integration.jar --master yarn-client Works with –master local OR –master yarn-client Then…it works J PK working with glc in pyspark +
  10. 10. Demo time! Graphic courtesy Dato
  11. 11. GraphLab Create Recommender system Factorization-based methods Neighborhood-based item similarity Popularity-based methods Classification Deep learning Boosted trees Support vector machine Logistic regression Regression Boosted trees Deep learning Linear regression Text analysis Topic modeling (LDA) Featurization utilities: bm25, td_idf, remove stop words, etc. Image analysis Deep learning Image load, resize, mean computation Clustering – K-means Graph analytics Nearest neighbors Vowpal Wabbit wrapper PK ML in PySpark…even better now + MLlib + GraphX Classification and regression linear models (SVMs, logistic regression, linear regression) naive Bayes decision trees ensembles of trees (Random Forests and Gradient-Boosted Trees) Collaborative filtering alternating least squares (ALS) Clustering k-means Dimensionality reduction singular value decomposition (SVD) principal component analysis (PCA) Optimization (developer) stochastic gradient descent limited-memory BFGS (L-BFGS) Graph analytics
  12. 12. PK Gradient Boosted Trees with GraphLab Create + Source: Dato, ICCV 2009 Tutorial ……! tree t1! tree tT! split nodes! leaf nodes! v! v!  !
  13. 13. Demo time! Graphic courtesy Dato
  14. 14. + PK http://goo.gl/forms/y8LYl53hje ?
  15. 15. DATA SCIENCE – DATA PROTOTYPING PK Amanda Casari acasari@prokarma.com + humor from xkcd

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