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Telecom Customer Churn Prediction in Apache Spark (ML)

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In this Data science Machine Learning project, we will create Telecom Customer Churn Prediction Project using Classification Model Logistic Regression, Naive Bayes and One-vs-Rest classifier few of the predictive models. Databricks lets you start writing Spark ML code instantly so you can focus on your data problems.



Spark Machine Learning Project (House Sale Price Prediction)

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Get your team access to 3,500 top Udemy courses anytime, anywhere. In this Data science Machine Learning project, we will predict the sales prices in the Housing data set using LinearRegression one of the predictive models. Databricks lets you start writing Spark ML code instantly so you can focus on your data problems.


Spark Project (Prediction Online Shopper Purchase Intention)

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Once a user logs into an online shopping website, knowing whether the person will make a purchase or not holds a massive economical value. A lot of current research is focused on real-time revenue predictors for these shopping websites. In this article, we will start building a revenue predictor for one such website. In this Data Science Machine Learning project, we will create a Real-time prediction of online shoppers' purchasing intention Project using Apache Spark Machine Learning Models using Logistic Regression, one of the predictive models. Databricks lets you start writing Spark ML code instantly so you can focus on your data problems.


Spark ML Runs 10x Faster on GPUs, Databricks Says

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Apache Spark machine learning workloads can run up to 10x faster by moving them to a deep learning paradigm on GPUs, according to Databricks, which today announced that its hosted Spark service on Amazon's new GPU cloud. Databricks, the primary commercial venture behind Apache Spark, today announced that it's now supporting TensorFrames, the new Spark library based on Google's (NASDAQ: GOOG) TensorFlow deep learning framework, on its hosted Spark service, which runs on Amazon Web Services (NASDAQ: AMZM). The deep learning service will be generally available within two weeks, the company says. TensorFrames, which was unveiled this March as a technical preview, lets Spark harness TensorFlow for the purpose of programing deep neural networks, the primary computational method powering so-called "deep learning" algorithms. TensorFrames is also available to on-prem Spark users as a GitHub project, but it's not yet available for download in the Apache Spark project, which limits its usefulness for the time being.