Take a Test Drive of the Linux Data Science Virtual Machine

December 22, 2016
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(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

If you've been thinking about trying out the Data Science Virtual Machine on Linux, but don't yet have an Azure account, you can now take a free test drive — no credit card required! Just visit the Linux DSVM Marketplace page and click the blue button:

Linux DSVM

The Linux Data Science Virtual Machine includes all of the tools a modern data scientist needs, in one easy-to-launch package. With it, you can try exploring data with Apache Drill, train deep neural networks for computer vision with MXNet, develop AI applications with the Cognitive Toolkit, or create statistical models with big data in R with Microsoft R Server 9.0.

For details on how to test drive Linux Data Science Virtual Machine, follow the link below.

Cortana Intelligence and Machine Learning Blog: New Additions to the Data Science Virtual Machine – Test Drive, Community Forums, Deep Learning 

 

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