Likelihood to Recommend
For [a] data scientist require[d] to build a machine learning model, so he/she didn't worry about infrastructure to maintain it.
All kind of feature[s] such as train, build, deploy and monitor the machine learning model available in a single suite.
If someone has [their] own environment for ML studio, so there [it would] not [be] useful for them.
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Dataiku DSS is very well suited to handle large datasets and projects which requires a huge team to deliver results. This allows users to collaborate with each other while working on individual tasks. The workflow is easily streamlined and every action is backed up, allowing users to revert to specific tasks whenever required. While Dataiku DSS works seamlessly with all types of projects dealing with structured datasets, I haven't come across projects using Dataiku dealing with images/audio signals. But a workaround would be to store the images as vectors and perform the necessary tasks.
Read full review Pros User friendliness: This is by far the most user friendly tool I've seen in analytics. You don't need to know how to code at all! Just create a few blocks, connect a few lines and you are capable of running a boosted decision tree with a very high R squared! Speed: Azure ML is a cloud based tool, so processing is not made with your computer, making the reliability and speed top notch! Cost: If you don't know how to code, this is by far the cheapest machine learning tool out there. I believe it costs less than $15/month. If you know how to code, then R is free. Connectivity: It is super easy to embed R or Python codes on Azure ML. So if you want to do more advanced stuff, or use a model that is not yet available on Azure ML, you can simply paste the code on R or Python there! Microsoft environment: Many many companies rely on the Microsoft suite. And Azure ML connects perfectly with Excel, CSV and Access files. Read full review The intuitiveness of this tool is very good. Click or Code - If you are a coder, you can code. If you are a manager, you can wrangle with data with visuals The way you can control things, the set of APIs gives a lot of flexibility to a developer. Read full review Cons It would be great to have text tips that could ease new users to the platform, especially if an error shows up Scenario-based documentation Pre-processing of modules that had been previously run. Sometimes they need to be re-run for no apparent reason Read full review Read full review Usability
Easy and fastest way to develop, test, deploy and monitor the machine learning model.
- Easy to load the data set
-Drag and drop the process of the Machine learning life cycle.
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As I have described earlier, the intuitiveness of this tool makes it great as well as the variety of users that can use this tool. Also, the plugins available in their repository provide solutions to various data science problems.
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Support is nonexistent. It's very frustrating to try and find someone to actually talk to. The robot chatbots are just not well trained.
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The support team is very helpful, and even when we discover the missing features, after providing enough rational reasons and requirements, they put into it their development pipeline for the future release.
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It is easier to learn, it has a very cost effective license for use, it has native build and created for Azure cloud services, and that makes it perfect when compared against the alternatives. As a Microsoft tool, it has been built to contain many visual features and improved usability even for non-specialist users.
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Strictly for Data Science operations,
can be considered as a subset of Dataiku DSS. While
supports Python and R programming languages, Dataiku also provides this facility, but also provides GUI to creates models with just a click of a button. This provides the flexibility to users who do not wish to alter the model hyperparameters in greater depths. Writing codes to extract meaningful data is time consuming compared to Dataiku's ability to perform feature engineering and data transformation through click of a button.
Read full review Return on Investment Productivity: Instead of coding and recoding, Azure ML helped my organization to get to meaningful results faster; Cost: Azure ML can save hundreds (or even thousands) of dollars for an organization, since the license costs around $15/month per seat. Focus on insights and not on statistics: Since running a model is so easy, analysts can focus more on recommendations and insights, rather than statistical details Read full review Given its open source status, only cost is the learning curve, which is minimal compared to time savings for data exploration. Platform also ease tracking of data processing workflow, unlike Excel. Build-in data visualizations covers many use cases with minimal customization; time saver. Read full review ScreenShots