Weekly Roundup – Feb. 21, 2016

Apache has announced Arrow as a top project! Check out this week’s roundup!

Examples

ImageNet-Example
This repository includes standard models and examples to run the ImageNet dataset.

Spark-examples
This example contains code for running DL4J on Spark standalone as well as normal Spark.

Frameworks

Apache Arrow
Arrow is a set of technologies that enable big-data systems to process and move data fast.

Airflow
Airflow is a system to programmatically author, schedule and monitor data pipelines.
airflow

Apache Tika
Apache Tika(TM) is a toolkit for detecting and extracting metadata and structured text content from various documents using existing parser libraries.

Libraries

htm.java
Hierarchical Temporal Memory implementation in Java – an official Community-Driven Java port of the Numenta Platform for Intelligent Computing (NuPIC).

Dl4j-spark-ml
dl4j-spark-ml is a Spark Package for the deeplearning4j library.

Nd4j
Fast, Scientific Computing for the JVM (NDArrays)

Arbiter
A platform agnostic Evaluation tool for Machine Learning algorithms

Deeplearning4j-nlp-addons
An external module for deep learning4j nlp modules for language specific addons

WekaDeeplearning4j
Weka DL4J. Original code by Mark Hall

gui

Toolkit

Big-Data-Benchmark-for-Big-Bench
Big Bench Workload Development

PAT
Performance Analysis Tool

HiBench
HiBench is a big data benchmark suite.

Mallet
A Decision Support Benchmark Derived from TPC-DS


You can find a lot more tools, frameworks and libraries at PocketCluster Index. Go check it out! Looking into adding your repo? tweet to @stkim1!

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