AzureDSVM - AzureDSVM is an R package that offers convenient harness of Azure DSVM, remote execution of scalable and elastic data science work, and monitoring of on-demand resource consumption

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The AzureDSVM (Azure Data Science Virtual Machine) is an R Package for Data Scientists working with the Azure compute platform as a complement to the underlying AzureSMR for controlling Azure Data Science Virtual Machines.Azure Data Science Virtual Machine (DSVM) is a powerful data science development environment with pre-installed tools and packages that empower data scientists for convenient data wrangling, model building, and service deployment.

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