PredictionIO is an open-source machine learning server. PredictionIO allows software and application publishers and developers to add automatic, predictive features to their products, such as recommendations, content discovery, and personalization for users.
The PredictionIO API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of PredictionIO with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include creating and managing users and user records, retrieving items and content, and creating and managing recommendations based on the user.
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The PredictionIO .NET SDK by Themos Piperakis interacts with the API capabilities of user behavior prediction; personalization of news, deals, and job openings; discovery of events, and match-making service. Resources include a quick start guide to generate sample data, generate recommendations, and generate sample rankings. For more info, contact developer email@example.com
With the PredictionIO Android SDK, users can integrate prediction features into web and mobile applications. The API is about machine learning services for developers and data scientists who are interested in building prediction projects. According to the main site, developers like this service because is customizable and scalable, while data scientists prefer the service because it provides an interface for analysis and evaluation of parallel models. See more of the SDK at https://github.com/PredictionIO/PredictionIO-Java-SDK
This Java SDK is for the PredictionIO machine learning server. PredictionIO's predictive engine API is built on the following open source stack: Apache Spark, HBase and Spray and uses DASE the "MVC" for machine learning. Use this SDK to quickly get started integrating PredictionIO for Android and in Java.