Azure Machine Learning Core Skills (1 day)


Azure Machine Learning is Microsoft's primary tool for predictive analytics. This course is designed to take you through the most important components of Azure Machine Learning, with just the right amount of depth, within a single day.

The course is most suitable for developers and BI professionals that need to learn to work with Azure Machine Learning. Existing knowledge of machine learning is not essential to complete the labs as full detailed instructions are provided.

In the course, you'll see how Azure Machine Learning lets you load your data and transform it for analysis, using a variety of algorithms and techniques. You'll see how common experiments are created and published.

Note that attendees for this course need to provide their own laptop computer and need to have an Azure subscription to use during the labs. Most students can use a trial Azure subscription or access Azure benefits from an MSDN subscription. Upon booking, we will send you details of how to set up a subscription if you do not already have one.

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DAY 1 ML201 INTRODUCTION TO AZURE MACHINE LEARNING
Introduction to Machine Learning
Evaluating Supervised vs Unsupervised Learning
Working with Azure Machine Learning
LAB: Introduction to Azure Machine Learning
DAY 1 ML202 CREATING AND RUNNING AZURE MACHINE LEARNING EXPERIMENTS
Defining the Problem
Loading Datasets
Creating and Running an Experiment
LAB: Creating and Running Azure Machine Learning Experiments
DAY 1 ML203 PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF MACHINE LEARNING
Understanding Statistical and Machine Learning Algorithms
Implementing Common Machine Learning Models
Integration with the R Language
LAB: Practical Applications of Machine Learning
DAY 1 ML204 PUBLISHING, ACCESSING, AND MONETIZING MACHINE LEARNING WEB SERVICES
Publishing Experiments as Web Services
Accessing Machine Learning Web Services
Monetizing Machine Learning in the Azure Data Market
LAB: Publishing and Accessing Experiments