You can follow the below-given steps to run your spark code in the EMR cluster.
Upload files on Amazon S3.
Open the Amazon EMR console.
Choose Create cluster.
On the General Configuration section, enter the cluster name, choose the S3 bucket you created (the logs will be stored in this bucket), and check Step execution.
On the Add steps section, select Spark application, click Configure, and fill the popup like this.
On the Software Configuration section, use the default release.
On the Hardware configuration section, choose the instance type and the number of instances.
On the Security and access section, use the default values.
Click on Create cluster
Now go back to the S3 console and you will see the output directory in which the result has been stored, you can click on it and download its contents
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