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kll
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Internal error: com.databricks.rpc.RPCResponseTooLarge, when attempting to use mosaic's st_intersects

I get an exception when attempting to run the following line of code, which filters a spark DataFrame based on the geometry.df_tx = df_zip.filter(st_intersects(st_aswkt("zip_code_geom"), tx_poly))   df_tx.show()where, `tx_poly` is,`tx_poly = shapely....

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WernerS
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I am not familiar with st_intersects, but it seems that it runs solely on the driver (as python code, not spark).Does mosaic work in pyspark?If not: try to use a larger driver.

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Santhanalakshmi
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Throwing IndexoutofBound Exception in Pyspark

Hello All,I am trying to read the data and trying to group the data in order to pass it to predict function via @F.pandas_udf method.#Loading Model pkl_model = pickle.load(open(filepath,'rb'))   # build schema for output labels filter_schema=[] ...

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Vindhya
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@Santhanalakshmi Manoharan​  Was this issue resolved, Am also getting same error, any guidance would be of great help.Appreciate your help.

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DebK
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Resolved! MLFlow is throwing error for the shape of input

I am running the code for prediction which will take the model from mlflow deployment. Code I have copied from the example given by mlflow experiment tab.import mlflow logged_model = 'runs:/id/model'   # Load model as a PyFuncModel. loaded_model = ml...

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Hi @Koushik Deb​ Thank you for posting your question in our community! We are happy to assist you.To help us provide you with the most accurate information, could you please take a moment to review the responses and select the one that best answers y...

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