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Pathway gives you dramatic ease of interactive development, in streaming and batch.Made with for Python & ML/AI developers, Pathway is a data processing framework which enables rapid prototyping, working in notebooks, and containerized deployment for production at scale.
Connect live data sources.Connect multiple data sources - Kafka, API's, S3, local files and cloud folders, and databases. The Pathway engine performs incremental computing as input data changes, making sure your outputs are always up to date.
Process your data with high throughput, low latency, and guaranteed consistency.Pathway runs your Python data pipeline with the fastest Rust runtime on the market. It is based on Differential Dataflow and results of proprietary research. It also allows you to seamlessly integrate with Python Machine Learning libraries, use LLM's, and call into synchronous and asynchronous API's.
Go beyond the ordinary.Tackle diverse tasks like time series analysis, anomaly detection with alerting, graph exploration, and more. All within a flexible and intuitive Python framework.
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index = KNNIndex(enriched_documents, d=embedding_dimension)
query_context = index.query(query, k=3).select(
    pw.this.query, documents_list=pw.this.result
)
prompt = query_context.select(
    prompt = build_prompt(pw.this.documents_list, pw.this.query)
)
model = OpenAIChatGPTModel(api_key=api_key)
responses = prompt.select(
    query_id = pw.this.id,
    result = model.apply(
        pw.this.prompt,
    locator = model_locator,
            temperature = temperature,
        max_tokens = max_tokens,
    ),
)
Build an LLM App with Pathway
joined_table = (
    merged_timestamps.join_left(t1_timestamp, pw.left.timestamp == pw.right.timestamp)
    .select(
        *pw.left,
        **pw.right[["lat", "lng", "alt"]].with_suffix("_1"),
    )
    .join_left(t2_timestamp, pw.left.timestamp == pw.right.timestamp)
    .select(
        *pw.left,
        **pw.right[["lat", "lng", "alt"]].with_suffix("_2"),
    )
)
preview_table(joined_table)
Combining two time series in Pathway
import pathway as pw
log_table = pw.connector(input_log_stream)
ts_table = log_table.reduce(ts = pw.reducers.max(pw.this.ts))
def sliding_window(log_table, ts_table, length):
	t_sliding_window = log_table.filter(pw.this.ts >= ts_table.ix_ref().ts - length)

return t_sliding_window

t_sliding_window = sliding_window(log_table, ts_table, 5*60)
t_alert = t_sliding_window.reduce(count=pw.reducers.count())
t_alert = t_alert.select(
alert=pw.this.count >= alert_threshold
) 
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