Uploading Data Sets To Azure ML From R

Leila Etaati continues her series on the Azure ML R package by showing how to upload a data set:

There is a function in AzureML package name “workspace” that creates a reference to an AzureML Studio workspace by getting the authentication token and workspace id as below:

to work with other AzureML packages you need to pass this object to them.

for instance for exploring the all experiments in Azure ML there is a function name “experiments” that gets the “ws” object as input to connect the desire azure ml environment and also a filter.

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