Microsoft drops tools to help ingest and model big datasets

Get your Rs into gear, data scientists Microsoft is expanding the analytic and visualisation capabilities of its R analysis package, with the launch late last week of IDEAR and AMAR. IDEAR (Interactive Data Exploration, Analysis and Reporting) and AMAR (the Automated Modelling and Reporting tool) are part of Redmond’s newish Team Data Science Process. IDEAR automates report generation in R, with interactivity provided by R Studio’s Shiny library. Microsoft says its key features are: Automatic variable type detection – to help you suck a large data file into R without having to work out what variable types it holds in advance; and Variable ranking and target leaker identification – to help researchers evaluate their data, and the relevance of data to their machine learning tasks. There’s also a multi-dimensional data…

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