In the third and final part of this series, Basim Majeed takes a look at how you can use the predicate string as a way to define our query predicate in a much more human readable and understandable way.
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TechDays Online is back! Join us from June 12th to 14th for 4 technical tracks across 3 days during London Tech Week.
In this blog Basim Majeed takes a look at the Aggregates API, which provides the capability to group events by a given dimension and to measure the values of other properties using aggregate expressions.
This blog is the first of a series that will attempt to bring clarity to the power of Azure Time Series Insights through the use of varied examples. We will show how to examine these query APIs through the use of Postman, which is a tool that simplifies the development and exploration of APIs.
Theo van Kraay takes us through how to deploy an externally trained and serialised sklearn Python machine learning model, or a pre-saved model generated in R, as a web service using Azure Machine Learning Studio.
Dome, Dormer or Dutch Gable? Deep neural network! How can we automatically identify the roof-shape of millions of buildings across the UK? In this blog post, we describe how we worked with Ordnance Survey, Britain’s mapping agency, to classify roof types from their geospatial data.
Ed Baker takes a look at the Azure Stack, including a detailed look at what options are available, how to deploy the Azure Stack Development Kit, and why you might want to use them.
Want to analyse the text inside a PDF? Theo van Kraay shows us how, using a Python-based example that takes advantage of API services and open source tools.
Basim Majeed, Cloud Solution Architect at Microsoft, shows how you can host a Python script in Azure Container Instances, and how to then integrate the container in a workflow using Azure Logic Apps.