We will be performing the following steps in sequence:
Firstly, you have to activate Alibaba Cloud Data Lake Analytics using the Console or through the product page. After successful activation, you will receive a mail containing the credentials for accessing Data Lake Analytics.
You have to create a bucket in OSS console/OSS Browser in the same region. So assuming if you are using Data Lake Analytics outside China, you can use the Singapore region. This means that the data has to be stored in the OSS Bucket in Singapore. The choice of Availability Zone does not matter.
Grant permissions to Data Lake Analytics to access OSS in the RAM Console or by clicking the below link:
Upload the respective files into the bucket, either by console or browser.
The data which I used for this article is available in the GitHub link below:
We use Data Lake Analytics SQL to create the schema and tables. All the information related to the SQL are found here: https://www.alibabacloud.com/help/doc-detail/72005.htm
We will create a new schema named 'ecomm'
CREATE SCHEMA ecomm WITH DBPROPERTIES( LOCATION = 'oss://<Bucket-Name>/brazilian-ecommerce/', catalog='oss' );
The schema creation is different, you need to specify the LOCATION of where data files are located or in which bucket they are in. Make sure It should be ending with '/' and don't forget to mention the catalog section. By default we can create 100 schemas, 4096 tables under each schema, and 990 columns in each table
We will import the file(geolocation_olist_public_dataset.csv) data contains all the locations of all the orders, by creating a table under the schema by using the following command
CREATE EXTERNAL TABLE ordr_lctn_lst( zip_code_prefix STRING, city STRING, state STRING, lat STRING, lng STRING ) ROW FORMAT DELIMITED FIELDS TERMINATED BY ',' STORED AS TEXTFILE LOCATION 'oss://<bucket-name>/brazilian-ecommerce/geolocation_olist_public_dataset.csv' TBLPROPERTIES ("skip.header.line.count"="1");
All the SQL data types are available and will soon be updated in the documentation, since all the .csv files are updated with the Header data in the first entry of data. We can ignore that by using the detail by using the TBLPROPERTIES with
You can query the data by running following command and verify the data
select * from ecomm.ordr_lctn_lst;
We also have file(olist_public_dataset_v2.csv) that consists of all the order details with all the below columns.
CREATE EXTERNAL TABLE prod_ordr_lst( order_id STRING, order_status STRING, order_products_value DOUBLE, order_freight_value DOUBLE, order_items_qty INT, order_sellers_qty INT, order_purchase_timestamp TIMESTAMP, order_aproved_at TIMESTAMP, order_estimated_delivery_date TIMESTAMP, order_delivered_customer_date TIMESTAMP, customer_id STRING, customer_city STRING, customer_state STRING, customer_zip_code_prefix INT, product_category_name STRING, product_name_length INT, product_description_length INT, product_photos_qty INT, product_id STRING, review_id STRING, review_score INT, review_comment_title STRING, review_comment_message STRING, review_creation_date TIMESTAMP, review_answer_timestamp TIMESTAMP ) ROW FORMAT DELIMITED FIELDS TERMINATED BY ',' STORED AS TEXTFILE LOCATION 'oss://bucket-name/brazilian-ecommerce/olist_public_dataset_v2.csv' TBLPROPERTIES ("skip.header.line.count"="1");
TBLPROPRTIES("skip.header.line.count") can also be used to skip multiple lines, the logic of the skip.header.line.count is as below:
Suppose x is the value of skip.header.line.count; n is the number of lines in the data file:
You can verify the data from by executing,
Select * from ecomm.prod_ordr_lst
We need to import seller order list by using the following command
CREATE EXTERNAL TABLE slr_ordr_lst( order_id STRING, product_id STRING, seller_id STRING, seller_zip_code_prefix INT, seller_city STRING, seller_state STRING ) ROW FORMAT DELIMITED FIELDS TERMINATED BY ',' STORED AS TEXTFILE LOCATION 'oss://dla-bucket-saisarath/brazilian-ecommerce/sellers_olist_public_dataset_.csv' TBLPROPERTIES ("skip.header.line.count"="1");
You can verify the data by running a select command
SELECT * FROM slr_ordr_lst;
Install latest version of Tableau.
Data Lake Analytics currently support only JDBC Connection to other analysis tools, you can select the 'JDBC'
The only database connection string is below, since Data Lake Analytics is only supported in Singapore.
You need to create a JDBC connection in Tableau. Once after connection you will be able to see the below dashboard
For some reason the Data Lake Analytics Data source, double clicking the table didn't show the data. This is a simple fix. You can copy the SQL statement from the error and can update by adding "ecomm"
SELECT `ordr_lctn_lst`.`city` AS `city`, `ordr_lctn_lst`.`lat` AS `lat`, `ordr_lctn_lst`.`lng` AS `lng`, `ordr_lctn_lst`.`state` AS `state`, `ordr_lctn_lst`.`zip_code_prefix` AS `zip_code_prefix` FROM `ecomm`.`ordr_lctn_lst` LIMIT 100000
After copying, you need to add the table name highlighted above. Switch to sheet and select map type.
You need to choose "Longitude" to the columns and "Latitude" to the rows and select the "Number of Records" & "City" to the marks section.
Now we analyze the orderlist, using the prod_ordr_lst. We analyze the data using the "packed bubbles" type. Both the products value and the city
We can do some interesting things like representing the data by sorting we can use ascending format.
We can also analyze the seller order list(slr_ordr_lst) and find out how many products are being sold from each state as below, the custom SQL query is
SELECT `slr_ordr_lst`.`order_id` AS `order_id`, `slr_ordr_lst`.`product_id` AS `product_id`, `slr_ordr_lst`.`seller_city` AS `seller_city`, `slr_ordr_lst`.`seller_id` AS `seller_id`, `slr_ordr_lst`.`seller_state` AS `seller_state`, `slr_ordr_lst`.`seller_zip_code_prefix` AS `seller_zip_code_prefix` FROM `ecomm`.`slr_ordr_lst` LIMIT 10000
Important Observations and Tips:
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