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Subject: Way to access counter value in driver?
From: Jordan Boyd-Graber <jorda...@gmail.com>
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I'd like to use a counter to assess convergence of a MapReduce
algorithm. It's clear how I can increment counters inside of a mapper
or reducer, but how can I get the counter value in the driver (e.g.
before I add another map/reduce iteration)?