Data flow interface
Radoop (powered by RapidMiner) has an easy-to-use data flow interface for ETL, analytics, ad-hoc reporting, predictive modeling and visualization of big data. It is easy to learn and analytic processes are easy to maintain.
Dozens of building blocks
Radoop has dozens of building blocks (called operators) for data import-export, data transformations, data cleansing, aggregations, joins and even predictive modeling. You will find these building blocks useful for many analytic tasks.
Visualization and big data reports
You can visualize data samples quickly with a few clicks and generate reports from big data. Radoop visualizations are powered by RapidMiner and many charts and graphs are included for presenting your data.
Beyond the ability to segment and cluster your big data, Radoop also supports predictive modeling. The included algorithms can boost the efficiency of your models with incremental learning: existing models can continue to be updated with additional data.
Model scoring on big data
You can build or load your regression and classification models like linear regression, neural network, logistic regression, decision tree or ruleset model in the familiar environment of RapidMiner and then score these models on big data in Hadoop.
Collaboration for teams
Radoop Enterprise Edition has an analytic server component (powered by RapidAnalytics) for sharing processes and results. Besides being a collaboration platform, you can also push heavy workloads to the server by running your processes remotely.
Radoop Enterprise Edition (powered by RapidAnalytics) can schedule processes, so your analyses can run every day or every week automatically and produce the latest reports.
Connects to your Hadoop cluster
Radoop can connect to many different Hadoop clusters: Cloudera Distribution including Apache Hadoop (CDH), the Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP), and Apache Hadoop with Hive.