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Technicalities and Tools for Big Data Analysis

Partha Ghosh, Bijoy Kumar Mandal


Before becoming relevant knowledge and information that can assist management in making decisions, data has no purpose. Numerous top-notch big data applications are available to help with this. In this study we discuss about the mostly used open source tools and techniques used for analysing big data. People started to understand how much data users were producing through Facebook, YouTube, and other online services around 2005. Hadoop, an open-source platform created primarily to store and analyse enormous data collections, was introduced in the same year. As the field of Big Data analytics continues to evolve, we can expect to see even more amazing and transformative applications of this technology in the years to come. Since then, there has been a tremendous increase in the volume of big data.

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