This node allows you to execute Python code on Spark (See PySpark documentation). The code has to put the desired output in the data frame with the name resultDataFrame1 and resultDataFrame2
Enter your Python code here.
The SparkSession can be accessed via the global variable spark. The input Dataset<Row> can be accessed via the method input parameter dataFrame1. The output Dataset<Row> must be called resultDataFrame1 and resultDataFrame2.
The editor optionally provides autocompletion (CTRL + Space) using the local Python installation,
if the KNIME Python Extension and the Python module jedi is installed.
The path to the Python executable has to be configured in Preferences → KNIME → Python.
Note: The completion suggestions are made based on the local Python environment, which may differ from the Python setup in the cluster!
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To use this node in KNIME, install the extension KNIME Extension for Apache Spark (legacy) from the below update site following our NodePit Product and Node Installation Guide:
A zipped version of the software site can be downloaded here.
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