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Fixing broken trainImplicit example in MLlib Collaborative Filtering documentation.

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      The trainImplicit Scala example near the end of the MLlib Collaborative Filtering documentation refers to an ALS.trainImplicit function signature that does not exist. Rather than add an extra function, let's just fix the example.

      Currently, the example refers to a function that would have the following signature:
      def trainImplicit(ratings: RDD[Rating], rank: Int, iterations: Int, alpha: Double) : MatrixFactorizationModel

      Instead, let's change the example to refer to this function, which does exist (notice the addition of the lambda parameter):
      def trainImplicit(ratings: RDD[Rating], rank: Int, iterations: Int, lambda: Double, alpha: Double) : MatrixFactorizationModel

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            • Assignee:
              dusenberrymw Mike Dusenberry
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              dusenberrymw Mike Dusenberry
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