Explore an example of a classification model on Azure ML for predicting diabetes.
All right. … So I'm back here on the Azure portal … and I'll just create the new Azure ML resource. … For that I'll just click here on the top, … go to create a resource, … type machine learning, … and here's my resource. … Let's click on create here. … On the new page that opens, … I'll leave my subscription as is. … And in on the resource group, … I'll select my LinkedIn learning resource group. … Then I need to name the workspace. … Imagine the workspace is a top level area of Azure ML. … That's where you're going to create your projects, … experiments, models, end points and so on. … I'll name this as AI-900AML. … I can leave the region as is, … but for the workspace edition, I'll select enterprise, … as it has some features I'd like to demonstrate. … Then I'll click on review and create, … and then on the create button. … That should take a few seconds. … So when it's done, I'll click on go to resource. … Here on this new screen … I have this banner asking me to try … the new Azure ML experience. …
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Artificial Intelligence in Azure
3. Natural Language Processing
4. Creating Bots
5. Working with Machine Learning Solutions
Automated machine learning2m 20s
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