The newest release of pymapd (0.7) picks up on the work from 2018; here’s what changed since the last pymapd release and our plans for pymapd and related tools in the first half of 2019.
Blog posts by Randy Zwitch
Working with big data can be frustrating, as there is often a tradeoff between a high-level API and poor I/O performance
Senior Developer Advocate Randy Zwitch demonstrated at JupyterCon how MapD is making Python a first-class citizen on the MapD platform.
With the newly released MapD backend for Ibis, Python users can now access the power of MapD as easily as if it were a local pandas dataframe
Ford GoBike has provided 1 million bike trips in the San Francisco Bay area. Senior Developer Advocate Randy Zwitch analyzes their ridership using MapD Cloud.
Many of our larger enterprise customers use a cloud platform such as Microsoft Azure for their infrastructure needs. While MapD provides installation recipes for various flavors of Linux and Docker, we haven’t spent as much time focusing on installation on specific cloud platforms. Let’s change that with this post on installing MapD Community Edition on Microsoft Azure!