Questions tagged [.net]

.NET is a very popular Object Oriented Programming Language Family which includes members such as C# (pronounced CSharp), VB.NET, F# (pronounced FSharp), J# (pronounced JSharp) and much more. The .NET Family offers programming with small effort with well-known high speed of compiled languages such as C and C++ This Tag aims to group Data Science Questions and Answers which users want to operate their processes under .NET Programming Language Family

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To create a pre-trained model for C#

I created a model with machine learning. Using the library Accord.NET. I would like to keep the pre-trained model in a file (not in the RAM memory) how this is possible? Note: not necessary to ...
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How to find relationships in datasets and predict data

I'm a .NET developer trying to learn more about AI/machine learning. I have a dataset with few variables and known results. I'm looking for a language/framework/tool/approach to analyse the data and ...
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Natural Language Processing (NLP) in .net environment

I'm developing a project on .net (using web API and MVC). now I have to add another module which users can make queries of Data we have in the DB and retrieve the relevant answer. Is their a easy way ...
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I have 11 years experience on .net, should i learn data science? [closed]

I have 11 years experience on .net, should i learn data science? I have 11 years experience on .net and getting paid rs 14L in india noida, Should my experience get consider in Data Science and get ...
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regression to model exponential distribution

I have a work order system. I found out that the work order completion times are exponentially distributed. Every ticket has some features. I understand that regression is "a line that best fits the ...
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What is the most efficient data indexing technique

As we all know, there are some data indexing techniques, using by well-known indexing apps, like Lucene (for java) or Lucene.NET (for .NET), MurMurHash, B+Tree etc. For a No-Sql / Object Oriented ...