This is my short video (14 min) showing how to build and launch the Apache Zeppelin notebook platform – a web UI for interactive query and analysis. This is all done running locally via OSX on a Macbook.
In this video we focus on using the tutorial notebook that comes with Zeppelin and discuss each step – including interactive querying and charting – using Scala with Spark.
Want to see something specific with Zeppelin that I avoided here? Leave a comment, contact me directly or leave a comment on the video.
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[…] Zeppelin has the option to change the storage options of its notebook system to allow you to use AWS S3. I’m not sure how long this has been around but I know it isn’t particularly new. However, I wanted to make a note of it as more users of cluster environments are spinning up resources to be used on-demand and only on-demand. […]
thank you but install it on cloudera 5.5.1 it hard
i can t use pyspark ?
only spark work
when i try %pyspark on yarn mode client i get error like :22: error: not found: value % %pyspark
Hi have you resolved problem installing zeppelin on cloudera?
Great tutorial, How do you open an existing notebook?
Thanks Leotis, there should be a Notebooks drop down list to choose from at the top of the Zeppelin page.
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Thanks very much for making this video! Do you know if it’s possible to clone a Zeppelin notebook? I’d like to leverage the Zeppelin Tutorial notebook and make modifications to it, while retaining the tutorial for reference purposes.
Good question Mike – I have not tried but will have to fire up the latest version and see if anything has been done on it lately. I saw someone filed a request for it a year ago: https://github.com/NFLabs/zeppelin/issues/178 – I assume it would be closed if it was. Thanks for reading!