What Azure Machine Learning Algorithm Should You Use

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Azure Machine Learning Studio comes with a large number of machine learning algorithms that you can use to solve predictive analytics problems. The infographic below demonstrates how the four types of machine learning algorithms – regression, anomaly detection, clustering, and classification – can be used to answer your machine learning questions. The Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Algorithm Cheat Sheet helps you choose the right machine learning algorithm for your predictive analytics solutions from the Microsoft Azure Machine Learning library of algorithms. To download the cheat sheet and follow along with this article, go to Machine learning algorithm cheat sheet for Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Studio. This cheat sheet is perfect for students its aimed at someone with undergraduate-level machine learning, trying to choose an algorithm to start with in Azure Machine Learning Studio.


Anomaly detection using built-in machine learning models in Azure Stream Analytics

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Built-in machine learning (ML) models for anomaly detection in Azure Stream Analytics significantly reduces the complexity and costs associated with building and training machine learning models. This feature is now available for public preview worldwide both in the cloud and on IoT Edge. Azure Stream Analytics is a fully managed serverless PaaS offering on Azure that enables customers to analyze and process fast moving streams of data, and deliver real-time insights for mission critical scenarios. Developers can use a simple SQL language (extensible to include custom code) to author and deploy powerful analytics processing logic that can scale-up and scale-out to deliver insights with milli-second latencies. Many customers use Azure Stream Analytics to continuously monitor massive amounts of fast-moving streams of data in order to detect issues that do not conform to expected patterns and prevent catastrophic losses.


Student and Faculty Guide – 10 easy steps to get up and running with Azure Machine Learning

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My colleague Amy Nicholson is the UK expert on Azure Machine Learning, the following blog post is after a quizzing session to get understand how to get started with Azure Machine Learning" Each student receives $100 of Azure credit per month, for 6 months. The Faculty member receives $250 per month, for 12 months. The Azure machine learning team provided a very nice walkthrough tutorial which covers a lot of the basics. This tutorial is really useful as it takes you through the entire process of creating an AzureML workspace, uploading data, creating an experiment to predict someone's credit risk, building, training, and evaluating the models, publishing your best model as a web service, and calling that web service. Now you need to learn how to import a data set into Azure Machine Learning, and where to find interesting data to build something amazing.



Developing for the intelligent cloud and intelligent edge at Microsoft Connect(); 2017 - The Official Microsoft Blog

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Today we're kicking off Connect(); 2017, one of my favorite annual Microsoft developer events, where over three days we get to host approximately 150 livestreamed and interactive sessions for developers everywhere -- no matter the tools they use or the platforms they prefer. Today at Connect(); 2017 I'm excited to share news that will help developers build for the intelligent cloud and the intelligent edge. It's never been a better time to be a developer, as developers are at the forefront of building the apps driving monumental change across organizations and entire industries. At Microsoft, we're laser-focused on delivering tools and services that make developers more productive, helping developers create in the open, and putting AI into the hands of every developer so they unleash the power of data and reimagine possibilities that will improve our world.