Get yourself trained on Olympic Games Analytics with this Online Training Olympic Games Analytics Project in Apache Spark for beginner.
Online Training Olympic Games Analytics Project in Apache Spark for beginner
In this course you will learn to Analyze data (Olympic Game) in Apache Spark using Databricks Notebook (Community edition), 1) Basics flow of data in Apache Spark, loading data, and working with data, this course shows you how Apache Spark is perfect for Big Data Analysis job. 2) Learn basics of Databricks notebook by enrolling into Free Community Edition Server 3) Olympic Games Analytics a real world examples. 4) Graphical Representation of Data using Databricks notebook.About Databricks: Databricks lets you start writing Spark queries instantly so you can focus on your data problems.Lets discover more about the Olympic Games using Apache SparkData:Data exploration about the recent history of the Olympic GamesWe will explore a dataset on the modern Olympic Games, including all the Games from Athens 1896 to Rio 2016.
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