To install the CARTO Analytics Toolbox in your Databricks cluster, follow the instructions below on your Databricks workspace UI:
- Click on Compute
- Select the cluster where you want to install the Analytics Toolbox
- Open the Libraries tab
- Click on Install new
- Select Maven as Library Source
- Click on Search Packages, select Maven Central and look for
carto.analyticstoolbox; select the latest version and click on Select
- Click Install to finish the process. Dependencies of the package will be installed transitively
Once the package is installed, you need to create the SQL UDFs functions in your cluster, open a SQL console and run this script:
As mentioned in the note above, not qualified function names will install them in your Databrick’s
default database. If you need your UDF’s in a different database, you will need to qualify the function name, for example:
Take this into account when creating a Databricks connection in your CARTO Workspace, as it will require to have the UDF’s installed in the database that you use for the connection.
In order to leverage the spatial functionality provided by the Analytics Toolbox, you need to create a Databricks connection in your CARTO account. See this section of the user manual to get more information about creating connections.
The connection parameters need to be obtained from the Databricks workspace UI:
Click on Compute. Select your cluster and see the Advanced options. Open the JDBC/ODBC tab to find the following parameters:
- Server Hostname. i.e:
- Port. i.e.:
- HTTP Path. i.e.:
To get a Token, click on Settings > User Settings.
- Make sure you are on the Access Tokens tab and click on Generate New Token.
- Give the token a name and set the lifetime for it.
- Click on Generate and you will have the option to copy your token. That is the only time you will be able to see it.