Azure Machine Learning now supports multiple Python and R versions

Two years ago, Microsoft introduced Azure Machine Learning, a cloud service for building predictive analytics solutions with a developer friendly interface. The new platform is a powerful tool that brings together the capabilities of analytics tools and algorithms developed for several Microsoft services to allow developers to easily build and deploy predictive analytics solutions. As of today, many data scientists are used to build machine learning models using the R or Python programming languages, but not relying on the latest runtime and package versions which have the newest features and bug fixes could be problematic with Azure Machine Learning. As Microsoft explained in a blog post on the Machine Learning blog today, Azure Machine Learning provided a backward-compatible runtime for existing R and Python models that relied on older versions,…


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