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I haven't really started to try this. But I'm curious: is there any advantage of applying MapReduce on a single node, except for teaching and learning purposes? Thanks!

David, the youtube link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSrW0Iwghtw, put in http://www.rdatamining.com/tutorials/rhadoop, says it is private. Could you make it public?

@Arunkumar, I don't know what video was intended to be linked from RDataMining.com, but check out the tutorial video "RHadoop: R Meets Hadoop" by RHadoop lead developer Antionio Piccolboni. It includes the wordcount example.

Will this work on a windows computer?

Why would anybody want hadoop on a mac? This is a troll post right?

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