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Bodo 2022.4 Release (Date: 4/29/2022)

This release includes many new features, usability and performance improvements, and bug fixes. Overall, 60 code patches were merged since the last release.

New Features and Improvements

  • Support for Python 3.10 (Conda/pip packages will be available soon)

  • Support for Pandas 1.4 (along with continued support for v1.3)

  • Connectors:

    • When passing a list of paths to pd.read_parquet, the paths can be a combination of paths to files and glob strings.
    • Improved performance of pd.read_parquet on remote filesystems when passing long lists of files.
    • DataFrame.to_parquet now supports row_group_size parameter, which can be used to specify the maximum number of rows in generated row groups. Bodo now has a default row group size of 1M rows, to improve performance when reading the generated parquet datasets in parallel.
    • pd.read_parquet: string columns can be forced to be read with dictionary encoding by passing a list of column names with _bodo_read_as_dict parameter.
    • Support for S3 anonymous access with storage_options={"anon": True} in pd.read_csv and pd.read_json
    • Improved performance and memory utilization of pd.read_csv at compilation and run time (especially when reading first n rows from remote filesystems such as S3)
  • Parallel support for pd.date_range: Bodo automatically creates a date range that is distributed across processes

  • Improved performance of Series.str.startswith/endswith/contains for dictionary-encoded string arrays

  • Reduced compilation time for DataFrame.memory_usage()

  • Reduced compilation time when using pandas.read_sql() with wide tables.

  • Pandas:

    • Support for DataFrame.melt() and pd.melt()
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