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Tutorial: Using Apache Zeppelin with MySQL

I’ve been playing with Apache Zeppelin for a little while now, and have been really impressed.  If you aren’t familiar with Zeppelin,  it is a tool for creating interactive notebooks to visualize data.  With the latest version, Zeppelin includes an interpreter for PostgreSQL and I discovered that you can use this interpreter to connect Zeppelin to a MySQL server and quickly visualize your data.

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Apache Zeppelin Releases Version 0.5.5

Apache ZeppelinThe developers of Apache Zeppelin just released a new version of Apache Zeppelin.  The release notes are here, but it doesn’t look like anything too exciting.  I’d really like to see an interpreter for Apache Drill that works with Zeppelin as well as either a generic ODBC/JDBC interpreter OR a MySQL interpreter.  Both would be incredibly useful.

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Strata talk featured on ProPublica!

It looks like my Strata talk sparked some conversation and an article at ProPublica!

http://www.propublica.org/article/your-smart-home-knows-a-lot-about-you

Smart Home Knows a Lot About YouAfter reflecting on the matter more, I hope that people will start to understand that these home automation d
evices really are data collection devices for the manufacturer of the device.  The Automatic, in my opinion, while it is a very neat device, provides little information that the driver wouldn’t alrea
y know about themselves and hence little benefit to the customer.  However, to the Automatic company, when you start aggregating this data, it provides a wealth of data to them.  Therefore, devices should have some sort of ranking as to benefit to consumer vs. benefit to company.

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