Azure Machine Learning integration
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How Azure Machine Learning functions are exposed in Power BI, in a low-code way, is a key collaboration feature between data scientists and analysts. Once a Power BI user is given access to an Azure Machine Learning function, the function will be automatically discovered and shown to that user in Power Query Online and in the Power BI Desktop, with the function parameter requirements.
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