Get yourself trained on Polling Data Analysis with this Online Training Polling Data Analysis in MapReduce,PIG and HIVE – BigData.
Online Training Polling Data Analysis in MapReduce,PIG and HIVE – BigData
This course is basically intended for users who are interested to learn about application of Hadoop technologies and how to work on the data sets with ease in particular. We are going to learn about -Analyze country sensor data for its development Using Hadoop.The training will involve analyzing pollingdata of one country name Phillipines. Data will be in json format. You will analyse this data in different big data tools like MR, PIG and Hive and can generate some useful information for that country so government can take some strategical decision in order to country growth and development.
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