Azure Machine Learning Studio – A Seamless tool for the preparation integration and deployment of models

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The Azure Machine Learning Studio converts training experiment into the predictive experiment.

The Azure Machine Learning Studio is a tool used for the predictive, non-predictive analysis and implementation of models by providing an interactive environment that allows for the development, test, and implementation of experimental models meant to provide specific web services.

The Azure Machine Learning Studio is developed based on the end-to-end integration of the Azure Machine Learning Series, which is precisely useful for professional data scientists in solving advanced analytical data problems.

Virtually all of our systems run on data. Data builds may, however, turn out complex and the task of sifting through proves arduous for even the most skilled data scientists and consequently leads to an unquantifiable amount of time wasted, with little or no results achieved.

With Azure, that problem becomes a stepping-stone as it aids the preparation of data, development of experiments using the data prepared and the deployment of the results of such experiments. This sounds easy.

More like a hot knife cutting through butter, and has led to the development of several Azure Machine Learning implementation tools that are directly etched out from the series. One of such is the Azure Machine Learning Studio.

The Azure Machine Learning Studio converts training experiment into the predictive experiment.

Here is what converting training experiment to predictive experiment entails:

  1. Replacing machine learning algorithms with trained models
    Trimming and removing experiment modules that are necessary for scoring and separating them from the ones that are needed for the system to work.
  2. Define the interaction between the model and the data received from the web service user, and how the model will return the data gathered.
  3. It analyzes and uses set data to predict the behavior of user data after its deployment as a web service. The Machine Learning Studio is a perfect tool for configuring deployed models and making them more efficient. On the journey from training experiment to predictive experiment, the Azure Machine Learning Studio takes the set data through a maze of development, testing, iteration and training of the Machine Learning model.

The steps are better highlighted below as follows:

  1. Input set data
  2. Manipulate the set data
  3. Train a model using Machine Learning Algorithm
    Score the model
  4. Evaluate the results
  5. Give output of final values.

The non-predictive model is simpler because it does not involve training or scoring a Machine Learning model, so the step involved for non-predictive are only limited to gathering the input set data, manipulating the set data and getting output values.

These steps listed above can be summarized in these crucial steps. Let us look at each one.

TRAINING AND SCORING

this process starts with the setting of the data meant to train the model. These data are set by the developer and should be drawn from a large pool, with a goal for the data to be useful for the model in adapting generic and non-generic data. Users will only have to send their data to the trained and scored model.

WEB SERVICE SETUP

This is the vital connection between developer and user. After the model is tested and scored, the resulting predictive experiment is run and set up for web service. This configuration allows developers save their trained modules in the trained model palette for the replacement of the Machine Learning Algorithm and training modules with the saved trained model that will accept web usage data.

It also analyzes the experiment and filters modules, leaving only the ones necessary to get the output. Lastly, it allows web service input and output modules into default locations set in the experiment.
The web service can be deployed as a classic web service or as a new web service. On the Azure resource manager tab, for the former, click on deploy web service and select deploy web service (classic) and for the later, click deploy web service and select deploy web service (new).

For the non-predictive web server setup, there is no need to add the input and output models. First, click on setup web service and select retraining web service. Then click run. Check deploy web service and select deploy web service (classic) or deploy web service (new) depending on your preferences.

By Neway Technologies.

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