Effective use of RevoScaleR Transformations

As mentioned previously, several important RevoScaleR functions include provisions for transforming data within the function itself, rather than require separate steps in addition to the function call. This is advantageous, since it means that large datasets can be read once instead of having to be read repeatedly by several functions. rxImport, rxDataStep, and rxSplit support […]
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Making Sense of Microsoft’s RevoScaleR Function Parameters

The RevoscaleR functions provided by Microsoft in Machine Learning Server and MS R Client are many and varied, as are the parameters are passed to control their behavior. But while it might seem a bit overwhelming at first, it is really quite simple. Except for the fact that ETL generally reads and writes to multiple […]
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SQL Server! Now with Built-In AI!

Microsoft asserts that SQL Server is the first database with “built-in” artificial intelligence. Of course, no phrase suffers more definitions than “artificial intelligence”, so rather than quibble about AI, we’ll just take a look at the technologies that support Microsoft’s claim. Moving Machine Learning to the Server-Side Great excitement followed the introduction of the integration […]
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