Installing The Azure ML Workbench

Leila Etaati walks us through setting up the Azure ML workbench:

In Microsoft ignite 2017, Azure ML team announce new on-premises tools for doing machine learning. this tools much more comprehensive as it provides

1- a workspace helps data wrangling

2- Data Visualization

3-Easy to deploy

4-Support Python codes

in this post and next posts, I will share my experiment with working this tools.

Click through for the step-by-step installation guide.

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