Latest Rev of Utilities for Microsoft Team Data Science Process (TDSP) Now Available

This post is authored by Hang Zhang, Senior Data Science Manager, Xibin Gao, Data Scientist, and Wei Guo, Data Scientist, of Microsoft. We are excited to announce the release of version 0.12 of the Microsoft Team Data Science Process utilities. We had earlier released Team Data Science Process (TDSP) back in September 2016, along with… Read more

Hello 2017 / Recap of Top 10 Posts from 2016

As we kick off what will surely be another very exciting year of progress in artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science, we start with a quick recap of our “Top 10” most popular posts from the year just concluded. These were the posts that garnered the most number of page views from you in… Read more

Introducing Microsoft R Server 9.0

This post is authored by Nagesh Pabbisetty, Partner Director of Program Management at Microsoft. To thrive in today’s data-driven world, businesses increasingly need more powerful analytics solutions to predict customer behavior and discover new opportunities. However, existing solutions often fail to deliver enough insights, fast enough. At Microsoft, we continue to invest deeply in advanced… Read more

Announcing the Winners – Women’s Health Risk Assessment Competition

This post is authored by Hai Ning, Principal Program Manager at Microsoft. We are excited to announce the winners of the Women’s Health Risk Assessment competition, a contest that we launched on the Cortana Intelligence Competition Platform back in July this year. As we shared in an earlier blog entry, according to a World Health… Read more

Announcing the Availability of the Linux Data Science Virtual Machine

This post is by Gopi Kumar, Senior Program Manager in the Microsoft Data Group. As a follow-up to the launch of the Windows Data Science Virtual Machine, we’re thrilled to announce the immediate availability of the Linux Data Science Virtual Machine on the Azure marketplace. This is a custom VM image built on the OpenLogic… Read more

Announcing R Tools for Visual Studio

This post is by Shahrokh Mortazavi, Partner Director of Program Management in the Data Group at Microsoft. I am delighted to announce that Visual Studio now speaks another language: R! R is decidedly the most popular statistical/data analysis language in use today. R Tools for Visual Studio brings together the power of R and Visual Studio… Read more