Linux Data Science Virtual Machine

A virtual machine image packed with data science tools has been released by Microsoft. Two versions of the machine, one Windows and the other Linux, have been released. The Data Science Virtual Machines are custom images. The Linux version is built on the OpenLogic CentOS-based Linux version 7.2. Both versions contain data science tools used by data scientists, developers, educators and researchers. The idea is that the VM saves users the time and effort of having to discover, install, configure and manage the tools individually. In addition to the standard operating system utilities, the pre-installed tools include: Microsoft R Open with the Intel Math Kernel Library. Anaconda Python Distribution with Python 2.7 and 3.5. Jupyter Notebooks with Python and R kernel for browser based data exploration and development. You also…

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