Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Some exciting developments at Dato

You may have missed our latest Dato blog post, so I wanted to shed light on two of the coolest released features:

It's particularly exciting to mention that GraphLab Create's integration with Numpy will effectively scale scikit-learn. Now with GraphLab Create and Dato Predictive Services, you can deploy existing scikit-learn models at scale as a RESTful predictive service by changing only a few lines of code. Very cool.


Dato Distributed now with distributed machine learning

# jobs distribution environments
# s = gl.deploy.spark_cluster.load(‘hdfs://…’)
# h = gl.deploy.hadoop_cluster.load(‘hdfs://…’)
e = gl.deploy.ec2_cluster.load(‘s3://…’)

# set distribution environment to my AWS cluster
Dato Distributed enables GraphLab Create users to execute parallel computation of Python code tasks on EC2, Spark or Hadoop clusters. The above shows how GraphLab Create can switch between these environments by changing one-line of code. In GraphLab Create 1.5.1, Dato Distributed on Hadoop now seamlessly supports distributed execution of machine learning models including logistic regression, linear regression, SVM classifier, label propagation and PageRank. Distributed machine learning on EC2 and Spark are in the works.


Sunday, July 5, 2015

Friday, June 26, 2015

Recommender Systems Workshops - Looking for Speakers!

Only a week left for submitting an abstract proposal for the
3rd Large Scale Recommender Systems Workshop and the
2nd TV Recommendation Workshop
which are part of ACM Recsys 2015 Conference. both workshops will take place mid Sept in Vienna.
Ping me if you like to submit an abstract!

Monday, June 8, 2015

Beautiful LDA Visualization

We got a beautiful LDA visualization contribution, a package called pyLDAvis.  The package is created by Ben Mabey, one of the loyal & veteran GraphLab users. Here is the link to the detailed example. Everything is interactive!

Saturday, June 6, 2015

AirBNB releases Aerosolve

I got this from my friend & colleague Micky Fire: AirBNB is releasing an open source ML package called Aerosolve. The package has emphasis on geographical support. Here is an example KD-Tree model of SF: