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21

Jun

Running Selective Parts of an Azure ML Experiment

This post is authored by Mickaël Savafi, Software Engineer at Microsoft. Introduction Azure ML is a drag and drop tool that lets users create machine learning experiments. Experiments are typically constructed by adding modules, tweaking parameters and validating these changes by READ MORE

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16

Jun

Re-posted from R-bloggers. The New York City taxi dataset is one of the largest publicly available datasets, with information about 1.1 billion NYC taxi rides. This dataset has been explored and visualized in a number of blog posts, using a READ MORE

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14

Jun

Developing the Next Wave of Data Scientists

This post is by Chirag Dhull, Product Marketing Manager for Advanced Analytics at Microsoft. It’s no secret that there’s a vast trove of benefits that data science can offer to organizations of all stripes. However, we simultaneously face a situation READ MORE

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10

Jun

Power BI and Azure ML – Better Together

Reposted from the Power BI blog We’ve seen lots of interest in the community to visualize the output of an Azure ML model using Power BI. What’s more, if one could operationalize Azure ML models through the Power BI service, READ MORE

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09

Jun

Introduction As a part of the Microsoft Data Science Process, we’ve created a comprehensive walkthrough using pySpark and MLlib to demonstrate how to conduct end-to-end data science on Azure HDInsight Spark clusters. With detailed examples and pySpark code that are READ MORE

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09

Jun

Introduction As a part of the Microsoft Data Science Process, we’ve created a comprehensive walkthrough using pySpark and MLlib to demonstrate how to conduct end-to-end data science on Azure HDInsight Spark clusters. With detailed examples and pySpark code that are READ MORE

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07

Jun

This post is by Rahee Ghosh, a Program Manager in the Data Group at Microsoft. We are pleased to announce the availability of new resources on GitHub to help businesses in the aerospace industry better understand their opportunities to benefit READ MORE

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07

Jun

This post is by Rahee Ghosh, a Program Manager in the Data Group at Microsoft. We are pleased to announce the availability of new resources on GitHub to help businesses in the aerospace industry better understand their opportunities to benefit READ MORE

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07

Jun

This post is by Rahee Ghosh, a Program Manager in the Data Group at Microsoft. We are pleased to announce the availability of new resources on GitHub to help businesses in the aerospace industry better understand their opportunities to benefit READ MORE

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31

May

This post is by Gal Oshri, a Program Manager in the Data Group at Microsoft. Introduction  RFM is a simple and intuitive technique for segmenting customers and has been used by marketers for decades. RFM also has surprising value in READ MORE

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