python代写-CS 777-Assignment 3

Assignment 3
MET CS 777 - Big Data Analytics
(20 points)
https://classroom.github.com/a/DEne63c6
1 Description
In this assignment you will implement Batch Gradient Descent to fit a line into a two dimensional
data set. You will implement a set of Spark jobs that will learn parameters for such line from the
New York City Taxi trip reports in the Year 2013. The dataset was released under the FOIL (The
Freedom of Information Law) and made public by Chris Whong (https://chriswhong.com/open-
We would like to train a linear model between travel distance in miles and fare amount (the
money that is paid to the taxis).
2 Taxi Data Set - Same data set as Assignment 1
This is the same data set as use for the Assignment 1. Please have a look on the table description
there.
The data set is in Comma Separated Volume Format (CSV). When you read a line and split it
by comma sign ”,” you will the an string array with length of 17. With index number started from
zero, we need for this assignment to get index 5 trip distance (trip distance in miles) and index 11
fare amount ( fare amount in dollars) as stated on the following table.
index 5 (this our X-axis) trip distance trip distance in miles
index 11 (this our Y-axis) fare amount fare amount in dollars
Table 1: Taxi Data Set fields
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You can use the following PySpark Code to cleanup the data and get the required field.
1 l i n e s = sc . t e x t F i l e ( s y s . a rgv [ 1 ] )
2 t a x i l i n e s = l i n e s . map ( lambda x : x . s p l i t ( ’ , ’ ) )
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4 # E x c e p t i o n Hand l ing and removing wrong d a t a l i n e s
5 d e f i s f l o a t ( v a l u e ) :
6 t r y :
7 f l o a t ( v a l u e )
8 r e t u r n True
9 e x c e p t :
10 r e t u r n F a l s e
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12 # Remove l i n e s i f t h e y don ’ t have 16 v a l u e s and . . .
13 d e f c o r r e c t R o w s ( p ) :
14 i f ( l e n ( p ) == 17) :
15 i f ( i s f l o a t ( p [ 5 ] ) and i s f l o a t ( p [ 1 1 ] ) ) :
16 i f ( f l o a t ( p [ 5 ] ) !=0 and f l o a t ( p [ 1 1 ] ) ! = 0 ) :
17 r e t u r n p
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19 # c l e a n i n g up d a t a
20 t e x i l i n e s C o r r e c t e d = t a x i l i n e s . f i l t e r ( c o r r e c t R o w s )
You can also preprocess the data and store it in your own cluster storage.
3 Obtaining the Dataset
You can find the data sets here:
Amzon AWS
Small Data Set s3://metcs777/taxi-data-sorted-small.csv.bz2
Large Data Set s3://metcs777/taxi-data-sorted-large.csv.bz2
Table 2: Data set on Amazon AWS - URLs
Small Data Set gs://metcs777/taxi-data-sorted-small.csv.bz2
Large Data Set gs://metcs777/taxi-data-sorted-large.csv.bz2
Table 3: Data set on Google Cloud Storage - URLs
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4.1 Task 1 : Simple Linear Regression (4 points)
We want to find a simple line to our data (distance, money). Consider a Simple Linear Regression model given in
equation (1). The solutions for m slope of the line and y-intercept is calculated based on the equations (2) and (3).
Y = mX + b (1)
mˆ =
n
n∑
i=1
xiyi −
n∑
i=1
xi
n∑
i=1
yi
n
n∑
i=1
xi2 − (
n∑
i=1
xi)2
(2)
bˆ =
n∑
i=1
xi
2
n∑
i=1
yi −
n∑
i=1
xi
n∑
i=1
xiyi
n
n∑
i=1
xi2 − (
n∑
i=1
xi)2
(3)
Implement a PySpark Job that calculates the exact answers for the parameters m and b. The
slope of the line is the parameter m and b is the y-intercept of the line.
Run your implementation on the large data set and report the computation time for your Spark
Job for this task. You can find the time for the completion of your Job on the Cloud System. You
find there a place that reports the time for you.
can take longer time, for example on a cluster with 12 cores in total it takes more than 30 min
computation time.
4.2 Task 2 - Find the Parameters using Gradient Descent (8 Points)
In this task, you should implement the batch gradient descent to find the optimal parameters for our
Simple Linear Regression model.
• You should load the data into spark cluster memory as RDD or Dataframe
• Start with all parameters set to 0.1 and do 100 iterations.
Cost function will be then
L(m, b) =
n∑
i=1
(yi − (mxi + b))2
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Partial Derivatives to update the parameters m and b

∂m
=
2
N
n∑
i=1
−xi(yi − (mxi + b))

∂b
=
2
N
n∑
i=1
−(yi − (mxi + b)
Here is a list of important setup parameters:
• Initialize all parameters with 0.1
• Set your learning rate to be learningRate=0.001
• Maximum number of iteration should be 100, num iteration=100
Run your implementation on the large data set and report the computation time for your Spark
Job for this task. Compare the computation time with the previous tasks.
• Print out the costs in each iteration
• Print out the model parameters in each iteration
Note: You might write some code for the iteration of gradient descent in PySpark that can work
perfect on your laptop but does not run on the clusters (AWS/Google Cloud). The main reason is
that on your laptop it is running in single process while on a cluster it runs on multiple processes
(shared-nothing processes). You need to be careful to reduce all of jobs/processes to be able to
update the variables, otherwise each processes will have its own variables.
4.3 Task 3 - Fit Multiple Linear Regression using Gradient Descent (8 Points)
We would like to learn a linear model with 4 variables to predict total paid amounts of Taxi rides.
The following table describes the variables that we want to use.
index 4 (1st independent variable) trip time in secs duration of the trip
index 5 (2nd independent variable) trip distance trip distance in miles
index 11 (3rd independent variable) fare amount fare amount in dollars
index 15 (4th independent variable) tolls amount bridge and tunnel tolls in dollars
index 16 (y-axis, dependent variable) total amount total paid amount in dollars
Table 4: Taxi Data Set fields
• Initialize all parameters with 0.1
• Set your learning rate to be learningRate=0.001
• Maximum number of iteration should be 100, num iteration=100
• Use Vectorizatoin for this task
• Implement ”Bold Driver” technique to dynamically change the learning rate. (3 points of 8
points)
• Print out the costs in each iteration
• Print out the model parameters in each iteration
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5 Important Considerations
5.1 Machines to Use
One thing to be aware of is that you can choose virtually any configuration for your Cloud Cluster
(Amazon or Google Cloud) - you can choose different numbers of machines, and different config-
urations of those machines. And each is going to cost you differently!
Pricing information is available at: http://aws.amazon.com/elasticmapreduce/
pricing/
Since this is real money, it makes sense to develop your code and run your jobs locally, on your
laptop, using the small data set. Once things are working, you’ll then move to Amazon EMR.
We are going to ask you to run your Spark jobs over the “real” data using 3 machines with 4
cores and 8GB RAM each as workers. This provides 4 cores per machine (16 cores total) so it is
quite a bit of horsepower. On the Google cloud take 3 machines with 4 cores and 8 GB of memory.
As you can see on EC2 Price list , this costs around 50 cents per hour. That is not much, but IT
WILL ADD UP QUICKLY IF YOU FORGET TO SHUT OFF YOUR MACHINES. Be very
careful, and stop your machine as soon as you are done working. You can always come back and
start your machine or create a new one easily when you begin your work again. Another thing to
be aware of is that Amazon charges you when you move data around. To avoid such charges, do
everything in the ”N. Virginia” region. That’s where data is, and that’s where you should put your
data and machines.
• You should document your code very well and as much as possible.
• You code should be compilable on a unix-based operating system like Linux or MacOS.
In a programming class like our class, there is sometimes a very fine line between ”cheating”
and acceptable and beneficial interaction between peers. Thus, it is very important that you fully
understand what is and what is not allowed in terms of collaboration with your classmates. We
want to be 100% precise, so that there can be no confusion.
The rule on collaboration and communication with your classmates is very simple: you cannot
transmit or receive code from or to anyone in the class in any way—visually (by showing some-
one your code), electronically (by emailing, posting, or otherwise sending someone your code),
verbally (by reading code to someone) or in any other way we have not yet imagined. Any other
collaboration is acceptable.
The rule on collaboration and communication with people who are not your classmates (or
your TAs or instructor) is also very simple: it is not allowed in any way, period. This disallows (for
example) posting any questions of any nature to programming forums such as StackOverflow. As
far as going to the web and using Google, we will apply the ”two line rule”. Go to any web page
you like and do any search that you like. But you cannot take more than two lines of code from
an external resource and actually include it in your assignment in any form. Note that changing
variable names or otherwise transforming or obfuscating code you found on the web does not
render the ”two line rule” inapplicable. It is still a violation to obtain more than two lines of code
from an external resource and turn it in, whatever you do to those two lines after you first obtain
them.
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URL(s) that you consulted when constructing your solution. This turns out to be very helpful when
you’re looking at something you wrote a while ago and you need to remind yourself what you were
thinking.
5.3 Turnin
Create a single document that has results for all three tasks.
Also for each task, for each Spark job you ran, include a screen shot of the Spark History.
Figure 1: Screenshot of Spark History
piece of code as well as your document to your submission individually.
the Blackboard but it should exactly match your code on the GitHub
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