Linux Data Science Virtual Machine

David Smith mentions the Linux data science virtual machine on Azure:

The Linux Data Science Virtual Machine includes all of the tools a modern data scientist needs, in one easy-to-launch package. With it, you can try exploring data with Apache Drill, train deep neural networks for computer vision with MXNet, develop AI applications with the Cognitive Toolkit, or create statistical models with big data in R with Microsoft R Server 9.0.

They also offer a free trial, so check it out.

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