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Demoing the Python-Based Map-Reduce R3 Against GitHub Data

A nice demo of the recently announced MapReduce engine written on Python r3 library1 against commit histories from GitHub:

It is pretty simple to get r3 to do some cool calculations for us. I got the whole sample in a very short amount of time. It took me more time to write this post than to make r3 calculate the commiter percentages.


  1. r3 is a Python-based map-reduce engine using Redis as a backend 

Original title and link: Demoing the Python-Based Map-Reduce R3 Against GitHub Data (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.heynemann.com.br/2012/08/04/r3-a-quick-demo-of-usage/