Please let us know how you make out. We have NLP requirements on the horizon. I’ve used NLTK before, but never on Spark. I’d love to hear if that works out for you.-brian
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Would love to know if somebody has tried this, only possible problem I can forsee is non-serializable libraries, else no reason it should not work.On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 11:10 AM, shankark <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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We are about to start a large-scale text-processing research project and are debating between two alternatives for our cluster -- Spark and Hadoop. I've researched possibilities of using NLTK with Hadoop and see that there's some precedent (http://blog.cloudera.com/blog/2010/03/natural-language-processing-with-hadoop-and-python/). I wanted to know how easy it might be to use NLTK with pyspark, or if scalanlp is mature enough to be used with the Scala API for Spark/mllib.
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