The Unofficial Google Data Science Blog: Replacing Sawzall — a case study in domain-specifi…

This post is pretty interesting because it describes the architecture by which G authorizes and restricts analysis of datasets which contain mixed-content. That is, a particular analyst may not have the authority to analyze all fields in the data, and describes the progression of systems they have used, and how they have expanded the system’s flexibility while preserving those cell-level protections.

The Unofficial Google Data Science Blog: Replacing Sawzall — a case study in domain-specifi…: by AARON BECKER In a previous post, we described how data scientists at Google used Sawzall to perform powerful, scalable analysis. How…

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