#MLNET – How to use the AutoML API in a Console App

Hi ! In my last posts I was testing AutoML using the Model Builder inside Visual Studio and also the CLI commands. There is also an API to use this in a .Net app, and the usage is very simple. It all start, of course, adding the [Microsoft.ML.AutoML] nuget package I read the documentation in … Continue reading #MLNET – How to use the AutoML API in a Console App

#MLNET – Testing Machine Learning Model Builder preview. It’s so cool !

Hi ! Last week Machine Learning.Net 1.0 was officially announced during Build 2019, and the ML.Net team also announced a set of ML tools related to ML.Net. One of the most interesting ones is Machine Learning Model Builder. You can get more information about Model Builder in the official website. ML.NET Model Builder provides an … Continue reading #MLNET – Testing Machine Learning Model Builder preview. It’s so cool !

#MLNET – Error ‘Entry point ‘Trainers.LightGbmClassifier’ not found’ and how to fix it

Hi! Monday Tip hoping to save you some time if someone finds this error System.InvalidOperationException: 'Entry point 'Trainers.LightGbmClassifier' not found' Before going on, let me share a little context. In the current version of Machine Learning.Net [0.3.0] we have a couple of new Trainers. One of them is LightGBM. This Framework allows us to perform … Continue reading #MLNET – Error ‘Entry point ‘Trainers.LightGbmClassifier’ not found’ and how to fix it

#MLNET – Error ‘Entry point ‘Trainers.LightGbmClassifier’ not found’ y como solucionarlo

Buenas! Tip de lunes con la esperanza de ahorrarle un poco de tiempo si alguien se encuentra este error System.InvalidOperationException: 'Entry point 'Trainers.LightGbmClassifier' not found' Antes de seguir un poco de contexto. En la version actual de Machine Learning.Net [0.3.0] tenemos varios nuevos trainers y uno de ellos es LightGBM. Este framework nos permite realizar … Continue reading #MLNET – Error ‘Entry point ‘Trainers.LightGbmClassifier’ not found’ y como solucionarlo