I would recommend signing up for a Databricks Community Edition account. It
will give you access to a 6GB cluster, with many different example programs
that you can use to get started.
If you are looking for a more formal training method, I just completed the
EDX course linked below. The lecture videos were provided by UC-Berkeley
professors, and the labs are all run on Databricks. The classes are no
longer active (so no professor interactions); however, you can still access
all of the lectures and labs for free.
PS: I am not in any way associated with Databricks, I just happen to find
their product extremely useful (especially for training purposes).
On Sun, Sep 18, 2016 at 9:41 PM, 颜发才(Yan Facai) <yaf...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am a newbie,
> and the official document of spark is too concise for me, especially the
> introduction of operators on dataframe.
> For python, pandas gives a very detailed document: [Pandas](
> does anyone know some sites or cookbooks which are more helpful for newbie?