Manuel Blechschmidt 2012-04-16, 15:34
here you find an example how to bundle Mahout with a web application:
On 16.04.2012, at 17:28, Paritosh Ranjan wrote:
> The simplest way would be :
> 1) Create a maven project.
> 2) Add mahout-core as a dependency.
> 3) Use KMeansDriver's run method.
> If you set parameter runSequential=true, then you don't even need hadoop cluster, but you will not be able to cluster really large datasets.
> So, try it out with a smaller number of records(vectors) first, then go for hadoop cluster ( by setting runSequential=false and setting up HADOOP_HOME) .
> You can find the documentation for KMeans here:
> You can also start with Canopy Clustering and then go for K-Means, as its simpler and fast.
> I recommend mahout 0.7-snapshot ( i.e. the current code at trunk ).
> On 16-04-2012 10:57, OSCAR wrote:
>> My name is Oscar González, i'm studing System Engeineer in the universidad el Bosque from Colombia. And i have the next question:
>> I have a web aplication with hibernate. And i need use clustering, kmeans algorithm. I wanna use mahout, but I don't know, how can I apply mahout in my project... I'm using netbeans. Please answer me,
>> Oscar Miguel Gonzalez
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