Day 8 - DataFrame Filtering - Learn Spark in Microsoft Fabric (8 of 30) Learn Apache Spark in Microsoft Fabric in the 30 days of September. Here's the playlist for this series if you want to catch up.
Spark is the engine behind both the Data Engineering and the Data Science experience in Microsoft Fabric, so in September I'll be walking you through Apache Spark: what it is, why you should learn it, how to use it, and how it integrates into Microsoft Fabric. No previous Spark knowledge is required, some basic Python would be useful!
Here's the schedule:
- Why Spark?
- Components of Spark
- Spark DataFrame
- Read Files into DataFrame
- Read/Write to Lakehouse Table
- Basic DataFrame Operations
- DataFrame Filtering - THIS VIDEO
- GroupBy and Aggregate Functions
- Handling missing values
- Joining and merging DataFrames
- Spark SQL
- MLlib Feature Engineering
- MLlib Machine learning models
- MLlib Model evaluation
- Microsoft Fabric Runtime powered by Apache Spark
- Spark Compute
- Custom Spark pools
- Spark Job Definitions
- Managing Spark capacities
- Library Management
- Spark Scala
- Spark R
- Autotuning Spark
- Fabric MSSparkUtils
- Monitoring Spark
- Answering your questions, FAQs
- Continuing your Spark learning journey
- Reading data into DataFrame
- Equal to, not equal to
- Startswith, Endswith
- Multiple conditions
- If in list
- String contains
- SQL %LIKE% filtering
- Other SQL-like filtering operations
Deep Dive into DataFrame Filtering
This learning series on Apache Spark in Microsoft Fabric aims at simplifying complex topics like DataFrame Filtering. This video focuses on the filtering feature. It assists how to read data into DataFrame and perform several operations such as equal to, not equal to, starts with, ends with, and multiple conditions. Using the example of 'If in list', learners can grasp how to implement 'String contains' and SQL %LIKE% filtering. It also provides insights into the df.where() function. The ultimate goal is to deepen your understanding of Microsoft Fabric and Apache Spark. No previous Spark knowledge is required, but some basic Python would come in handy.
Learn about Day 8 - DataFrame Filtering - Learn Spark in Microsoft Fabric (8 of 30)
This text is about the 8th day of a 30-day interactive learning series called 'Learn Apache Spark in Microsoft Fabric'. The specific topic for the day is 'DataFrame Filtering'. The course series aims to teach Apache Spark, it's integration with Microsoft Fabric, and its use in both Data Engineering and Data Science. The learning series requires no prior knowledge of Spark, but some basic Python skills could be beneficial. Further topics planned as part of the series are mentioned, ranging from handling missing values, Spark SQL, MLlib Model evaluation to managing Spark capacities and more. Links to other related sessions are also provided.
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