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cloud-services-dotnet-multi-tier-app-using-service-bus-queues.md https://github.com/alexey-ernest/azure-content.git | Markdown | 676 lines
1<properties linkid="dev-net-e2e-multi-tier" urlDisplayName="Multi-Tier Application" pageTitle=".NET Multi-Tier Application - Azure Tutorial" metaKeywords="Azure Service Bus queue tutorial, Azure queue tutorial, Azure worker role tutorial, Azure .NET queue tutorial, Azure C# queue tutorial, Azure C# worker role tutorial" description="A tutorial that helps you develop a multi-tier app in Azure that uses Service Bus queues to communicate between tiers. Samples in .NET." metaCanonical="" services="cloud-services,service-bus" documentationCenter=".NET" title=".NET Multi-Tier Application Using Service Bus Queues" authors="sethm" solutions="" manager="dwrede" editor="mattshel" />
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9Developing for Azure is easy using Visual Studio 2013 and the
10free Azure SDK for .NET. If you do not already have Visual
11Studio 2013, the SDK will automatically install Visual Studio Express 2013, so you can start developing for Azure entirely for
12free. This guide assumes you have no prior experience using Windows
13Azure. On completing this guide, you will have an application that uses
21-   How to use Visual Studio to develop for Azure.
22-   How to create a multi-tier application in Azure using web
23    and worker roles.
23    and worker roles.
24-   How to communicate between tiers using Service Bus Queues.
25
392        using System.Collections.Generic;
393        using System.Linq;
394        using System.Web;
System.cs https://github.com/andreasmuller/MissionPlanner.git | C# | 45 lines
1using System;
2using System.Collections.Generic;
2using System.Collections.Generic;
3using System.Linq;
4using System.Reflection;
4using System.Reflection;
5using System.Security.Permissions;
6using System.Text;
6using System.Text;
7using System.Threading;
8using System.Windows.Forms;
cloud-services-dotnet-multi-tier-app-using-service-bus-queues.md https://github.com/andrerod/azure-content.git | Markdown | 678 lines
1<properties linkid="dev-net-e2e-multi-tier" urlDisplayName="Multi-Tier Application" pageTitle=".NET Multi-Tier Application - Azure Tutorial" metaKeywords="Azure Service Bus queue tutorial, Azure queue tutorial, Azure worker role tutorial, Azure .NET queue tutorial, Azure C# queue tutorial, Azure C# worker role tutorial" description="A tutorial that helps you develop a multi-tier app in Azure that uses Service Bus queues to communicate between tiers. Samples in .NET." metaCanonical="" services="cloud-services,service-bus" documentationCenter=".NET" title=".NET Multi-Tier Application Using Service Bus Queues" authors="sethm" solutions="" manager="dwrede" editor="mattshel" />
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11Developing for Azure is easy using Visual Studio 2013 and the
12free Azure SDK for .NET. If you do not already have Visual
13Studio 2013, the SDK will automatically install Visual Studio Express 2013, so you can start developing for Azure entirely for
14free. This guide assumes you have no prior experience using Windows
15Azure. On completing this guide, you will have an application that uses
23-   How to use Visual Studio to develop for Azure.
24-   How to create a multi-tier application in Azure using web
25    and worker roles.
25    and worker roles.
26-   How to communicate between tiers using Service Bus Queues.
27
394        using System.Collections.Generic;
395        using System.Linq;
396        using System.Web;
machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering.md https://github.com/andrerod/azure-content.git | Markdown | 154 lines
1<properties title="Azure Machine Learning Sample: Color quantization using K-Means clustering" pageTitle="Machine Learning Sample: Color quantization using K-Means clustering | Azure" description="A sample Azure Machine Learning experiment that evaluates using different K-Means clustering values for quantizing a color image." metaKeywords="" services="" solutions="" documentationCenter="" authors="garye" videoId="" scriptId="" />
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21We ran K-Means clustering with K=10 through 500 in 5 different branches. First we calculated the clusters and then aggregated the clustering to the mean of their pixels colors (using an R Script). 
22Finally, we associated each pixel with the aggregated cluster color and sent the new image out in CSV format. Meanwhile, we also calculated the Root Mean Squared Difference of the new pixel colors with the original image and shown them in a R plot (using Execute R Script). 
29<tr><th>Original</th>
30<td><img alt="Original" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2a.jpg"></td>
31</tr>
32<tr><th>K=10</th>
33<td><img alt="K=10" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2b.png"></td>
34</tr>
35<tr><th>K=20</th>
36<td><img alt="K=20" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2c.png"></td>
37</tr>
60	using System.Collections.Generic;
61	using System.Linq;
62	using System.Text;
cloud-services-dotnet-multi-tier-app-using-service-bus-queues.md https://github.com/AndyRanZhao/azure-content.git | Markdown | 678 lines
1<properties linkid="dev-net-e2e-multi-tier" urlDisplayName="Multi-Tier Application" pageTitle=".NET Multi-Tier Application - Azure Tutorial" metaKeywords="Azure Service Bus queue tutorial, Azure queue tutorial, Azure worker role tutorial, Azure .NET queue tutorial, Azure C# queue tutorial, Azure C# worker role tutorial" description="A tutorial that helps you develop a multi-tier app in Azure that uses Service Bus queues to communicate between tiers. Samples in .NET." metaCanonical="" services="cloud-services,service-bus" documentationCenter=".NET" title=".NET Multi-Tier Application Using Service Bus Queues" authors="sethm" solutions="" manager="dwrede" editor="mattshel" />
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11Developing for Azure is easy using Visual Studio 2013 and the
12free Azure SDK for .NET. If you do not already have Visual
13Studio 2013, the SDK will automatically install Visual Studio Express 2013, so you can start developing for Azure entirely for
14free. This guide assumes you have no prior experience using Windows
15Azure. On completing this guide, you will have an application that uses
23-   How to use Visual Studio to develop for Azure.
24-   How to create a multi-tier application in Azure using web
25    and worker roles.
25    and worker roles.
26-   How to communicate between tiers using Service Bus Queues.
27
394        using System.Collections.Generic;
395        using System.Linq;
396        using System.Web;
machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering.md https://github.com/AndyRanZhao/azure-content.git | Markdown | 154 lines
1<properties title="Azure Machine Learning Sample: Color quantization using K-Means clustering" pageTitle="Machine Learning Sample: Color quantization using K-Means clustering | Azure" description="A sample Azure Machine Learning experiment that evaluates using different K-Means clustering values for quantizing a color image." metaKeywords="" services="" solutions="" documentationCenter="" authors="garye" videoId="" scriptId="" />
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21We ran K-Means clustering with K=10 through 500 in 5 different branches. First we calculated the clusters and then aggregated the clustering to the mean of their pixels colors (using an R Script). 
22Finally, we associated each pixel with the aggregated cluster color and sent the new image out in CSV format. Meanwhile, we also calculated the Root Mean Squared Difference of the new pixel colors with the original image and shown them in a R plot (using Execute R Script). 
29<tr><th>Original</th>
30<td><img alt="Original" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2a.jpg"></td>
31</tr>
32<tr><th>K=10</th>
33<td><img alt="K=10" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2b.png"></td>
34</tr>
35<tr><th>K=20</th>
36<td><img alt="K=20" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2c.png"></td>
37</tr>
60	using System.Collections.Generic;
61	using System.Linq;
62	using System.Text;
cloud-services-dotnet-multi-tier-app-using-service-bus-queues.md https://github.com/arnieraju/azure-content.git | Markdown | 676 lines
1<properties linkid="dev-net-e2e-multi-tier" urlDisplayName="Multi-Tier Application" pageTitle=".NET Multi-Tier Application - Azure Tutorial" metaKeywords="Azure Service Bus queue tutorial, Azure queue tutorial, Azure worker role tutorial, Azure .NET queue tutorial, Azure C# queue tutorial, Azure C# worker role tutorial" description="A tutorial that helps you develop a multi-tier app in Azure that uses Service Bus queues to communicate between tiers. Samples in .NET." metaCanonical="" services="cloud-services,service-bus" documentationCenter=".NET" title=".NET Multi-Tier Application Using Service Bus Queues" authors="sethm" solutions="" manager="dwrede" editor="mattshel" />
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9Developing for Azure is easy using Visual Studio 2013 and the
10free Azure SDK for .NET. If you do not already have Visual
11Studio 2013, the SDK will automatically install Visual Studio Express 2013, so you can start developing for Azure entirely for
12free. This guide assumes you have no prior experience using Windows
13Azure. On completing this guide, you will have an application that uses
21-   How to use Visual Studio to develop for Azure.
22-   How to create a multi-tier application in Azure using web
23    and worker roles.
23    and worker roles.
24-   How to communicate between tiers using Service Bus Queues.
25
392        using System.Collections.Generic;
393        using System.Linq;
394        using System.Web;
cloud-services-dotnet-multi-tier-app-using-service-bus-queues.md https://github.com/asadrao/azure-content.git | Markdown | 678 lines
1<properties linkid="dev-net-e2e-multi-tier" urlDisplayName="Multi-Tier Application" pageTitle=".NET Multi-Tier Application - Azure Tutorial" metaKeywords="Azure Service Bus queue tutorial, Azure queue tutorial, Azure worker role tutorial, Azure .NET queue tutorial, Azure C# queue tutorial, Azure C# worker role tutorial" description="A tutorial that helps you develop a multi-tier app in Azure that uses Service Bus queues to communicate between tiers. Samples in .NET." metaCanonical="" services="cloud-services,service-bus" documentationCenter=".NET" title=".NET Multi-Tier Application Using Service Bus Queues" authors="sethm" solutions="" manager="dwrede" editor="mattshel" />
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11Developing for Azure is easy using Visual Studio 2013 and the
12free Azure SDK for .NET. If you do not already have Visual
13Studio 2013, the SDK will automatically install Visual Studio Express 2013, so you can start developing for Azure entirely for
14free. This guide assumes you have no prior experience using Windows
15Azure. On completing this guide, you will have an application that uses
23-   How to use Visual Studio to develop for Azure.
24-   How to create a multi-tier application in Azure using web
25    and worker roles.
25    and worker roles.
26-   How to communicate between tiers using Service Bus Queues.
27
394        using System.Collections.Generic;
395        using System.Linq;
396        using System.Web;
machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering.md https://github.com/asadrao/azure-content.git | Markdown | 154 lines
1<properties title="Azure Machine Learning Sample: Color quantization using K-Means clustering" pageTitle="Machine Learning Sample: Color quantization using K-Means clustering | Azure" description="A sample Azure Machine Learning experiment that evaluates using different K-Means clustering values for quantizing a color image." metaKeywords="" services="" solutions="" documentationCenter="" authors="garye" videoId="" scriptId="" />
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21We ran K-Means clustering with K=10 through 500 in 5 different branches. First we calculated the clusters and then aggregated the clustering to the mean of their pixels colors (using an R Script). 
22Finally, we associated each pixel with the aggregated cluster color and sent the new image out in CSV format. Meanwhile, we also calculated the Root Mean Squared Difference of the new pixel colors with the original image and shown them in a R plot (using Execute R Script). 
29<tr><th>Original</th>
30<td><img alt="Original" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2a.jpg"></td>
31</tr>
32<tr><th>K=10</th>
33<td><img alt="K=10" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2b.png"></td>
34</tr>
35<tr><th>K=20</th>
36<td><img alt="K=20" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2c.png"></td>
37</tr>
60	using System.Collections.Generic;
61	using System.Linq;
62	using System.Text;
cloud-services-dotnet-multi-tier-app-using-service-bus-queues.md https://github.com/aseldawy/azure-content.git | Markdown | 678 lines
1<properties linkid="dev-net-e2e-multi-tier" urlDisplayName="Multi-Tier Application" pageTitle=".NET Multi-Tier Application - Azure Tutorial" metaKeywords="Azure Service Bus queue tutorial, Azure queue tutorial, Azure worker role tutorial, Azure .NET queue tutorial, Azure C# queue tutorial, Azure C# worker role tutorial" description="A tutorial that helps you develop a multi-tier app in Azure that uses Service Bus queues to communicate between tiers. Samples in .NET." metaCanonical="" services="cloud-services,service-bus" documentationCenter=".NET" title=".NET Multi-Tier Application Using Service Bus Queues" authors="sethm" solutions="" manager="dwrede" editor="mattshel" />
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11Developing for Azure is easy using Visual Studio 2013 and the
12free Azure SDK for .NET. If you do not already have Visual
13Studio 2013, the SDK will automatically install Visual Studio Express 2013, so you can start developing for Azure entirely for
14free. This guide assumes you have no prior experience using Windows
15Azure. On completing this guide, you will have an application that uses
23-   How to use Visual Studio to develop for Azure.
24-   How to create a multi-tier application in Azure using web
25    and worker roles.
25    and worker roles.
26-   How to communicate between tiers using Service Bus Queues.
27
394        using System.Collections.Generic;
395        using System.Linq;
396        using System.Web;
machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering.md https://github.com/aseldawy/azure-content.git | Markdown | 154 lines
1<properties title="Azure Machine Learning Sample: Color quantization using K-Means clustering" pageTitle="Machine Learning Sample: Color quantization using K-Means clustering | Azure" description="A sample Azure Machine Learning experiment that evaluates using different K-Means clustering values for quantizing a color image." metaKeywords="" services="" solutions="" documentationCenter="" authors="garye" videoId="" scriptId="" />
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21We ran K-Means clustering with K=10 through 500 in 5 different branches. First we calculated the clusters and then aggregated the clustering to the mean of their pixels colors (using an R Script). 
22Finally, we associated each pixel with the aggregated cluster color and sent the new image out in CSV format. Meanwhile, we also calculated the Root Mean Squared Difference of the new pixel colors with the original image and shown them in a R plot (using Execute R Script). 
29<tr><th>Original</th>
30<td><img alt="Original" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2a.jpg"></td>
31</tr>
32<tr><th>K=10</th>
33<td><img alt="K=10" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2b.png"></td>
34</tr>
35<tr><th>K=20</th>
36<td><img alt="K=20" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2c.png"></td>
37</tr>
60	using System.Collections.Generic;
61	using System.Linq;
62	using System.Text;
cloud-services-dotnet-multi-tier-app-using-service-bus-queues.md https://github.com/Auguronomics/azure-content.git | Markdown | 662 lines
1<properties linkid="dev-net-e2e-multi-tier" urlDisplayName="Multi-Tier Application" pageTitle=".NET Multi-Tier Application - Windows Azure Tutorial" metaKeywords="Azure Service Bus queue tutorial, Azure queue tutorial, Azure worker role tutorial, Azure .NET queue tutorial, Azure C# queue tutorial, Azure C# worker role tutorial" description="A tutorial that helps you develop a multi-tier app in Windows Azure that uses Service Bus queues to communicate between tiers. Samples in .NET." metaCanonical="" services="cloud-services,service-bus" documentationCenter=".NET" title=".NET Multi-Tier Application Using Service Bus Queues" authors=""  solutions="" writer="sethm" manager="dwrede" editor="mattshel"  />
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9Developing for Windows Azure is easy using Visual Studio 2012 and the
10free Windows Azure SDK for .NET. If you do not already have Visual
11Studio 2012, the SDK will automatically install Visual Studio Express 2012 for Web, so you can start developing for Windows Azure entirely for
12free. This guide assumes you have no prior experience using Windows
13Azure. On completing this guide, you will have an application that uses
21-   How to use Visual Studio to develop for Windows Azure.
22-   How to create a multi-tier application in Windows Azure using web
23    and worker roles.
23    and worker roles.
24-   How to communicate between tiers using Service Bus Queues.
25
380        using System.Collections.Generic;
381        using System.Linq;
382        using System.Web;
cloud-services-dotnet-multi-tier-app-using-service-bus-queues.md https://github.com/azuresdkci/azure-content.git | Markdown | 678 lines
1<properties linkid="dev-net-e2e-multi-tier" urlDisplayName="Multi-Tier Application" pageTitle=".NET Multi-Tier Application - Azure Tutorial" metaKeywords="Azure Service Bus queue tutorial, Azure queue tutorial, Azure worker role tutorial, Azure .NET queue tutorial, Azure C# queue tutorial, Azure C# worker role tutorial" description="A tutorial that helps you develop a multi-tier app in Azure that uses Service Bus queues to communicate between tiers. Samples in .NET." metaCanonical="" services="cloud-services,service-bus" documentationCenter=".NET" title=".NET Multi-Tier Application Using Service Bus Queues" authors="sethm" solutions="" manager="dwrede" editor="mattshel" />
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11Developing for Azure is easy using Visual Studio 2013 and the
12free Azure SDK for .NET. If you do not already have Visual
13Studio 2013, the SDK will automatically install Visual Studio Express 2013, so you can start developing for Azure entirely for
14free. This guide assumes you have no prior experience using Windows
15Azure. On completing this guide, you will have an application that uses
23-   How to use Visual Studio to develop for Azure.
24-   How to create a multi-tier application in Azure using web
25    and worker roles.
25    and worker roles.
26-   How to communicate between tiers using Service Bus Queues.
27
394        using System.Collections.Generic;
395        using System.Linq;
396        using System.Web;
machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering.md https://github.com/azuresdkci/azure-content.git | Markdown | 154 lines
1<properties title="Azure Machine Learning Sample: Color quantization using K-Means clustering" pageTitle="Machine Learning Sample: Color quantization using K-Means clustering | Azure" description="A sample Azure Machine Learning experiment that evaluates using different K-Means clustering values for quantizing a color image." metaKeywords="" services="" solutions="" documentationCenter="" authors="garye" videoId="" scriptId="" />
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21We ran K-Means clustering with K=10 through 500 in 5 different branches. First we calculated the clusters and then aggregated the clustering to the mean of their pixels colors (using an R Script). 
22Finally, we associated each pixel with the aggregated cluster color and sent the new image out in CSV format. Meanwhile, we also calculated the Root Mean Squared Difference of the new pixel colors with the original image and shown them in a R plot (using Execute R Script). 
29<tr><th>Original</th>
30<td><img alt="Original" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2a.jpg"></td>
31</tr>
32<tr><th>K=10</th>
33<td><img alt="K=10" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2b.png"></td>
34</tr>
35<tr><th>K=20</th>
36<td><img alt="K=20" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2c.png"></td>
37</tr>
60	using System.Collections.Generic;
61	using System.Linq;
62	using System.Text;
cloud-services-dotnet-multi-tier-app-using-service-bus-queues.md https://github.com/bdacode/azure-content.git | Markdown | 676 lines
1<properties linkid="dev-net-e2e-multi-tier" urlDisplayName="Multi-Tier Application" pageTitle=".NET Multi-Tier Application - Azure Tutorial" metaKeywords="Azure Service Bus queue tutorial, Azure queue tutorial, Azure worker role tutorial, Azure .NET queue tutorial, Azure C# queue tutorial, Azure C# worker role tutorial" description="A tutorial that helps you develop a multi-tier app in Azure that uses Service Bus queues to communicate between tiers. Samples in .NET." metaCanonical="" services="cloud-services,service-bus" documentationCenter=".NET" title=".NET Multi-Tier Application Using Service Bus Queues" authors="sethm" solutions="" manager="dwrede" editor="mattshel" />
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9Developing for Azure is easy using Visual Studio 2013 and the
10free Azure SDK for .NET. If you do not already have Visual
11Studio 2013, the SDK will automatically install Visual Studio Express 2013, so you can start developing for Azure entirely for
12free. This guide assumes you have no prior experience using Windows
13Azure. On completing this guide, you will have an application that uses
21-   How to use Visual Studio to develop for Azure.
22-   How to create a multi-tier application in Azure using web
23    and worker roles.
23    and worker roles.
24-   How to communicate between tiers using Service Bus Queues.
25
392        using System.Collections.Generic;
393        using System.Linq;
394        using System.Web;
cloud-services-dotnet-multi-tier-app-using-service-bus-queues.md https://github.com/berlstone/azure-content.git | Markdown | 678 lines
1<properties linkid="dev-net-e2e-multi-tier" urlDisplayName="Multi-Tier Application" pageTitle=".NET Multi-Tier Application - Azure Tutorial" metaKeywords="Azure Service Bus queue tutorial, Azure queue tutorial, Azure worker role tutorial, Azure .NET queue tutorial, Azure C# queue tutorial, Azure C# worker role tutorial" description="A tutorial that helps you develop a multi-tier app in Azure that uses Service Bus queues to communicate between tiers. Samples in .NET." metaCanonical="" services="cloud-services,service-bus" documentationCenter=".NET" title=".NET Multi-Tier Application Using Service Bus Queues" authors="sethm" solutions="" manager="dwrede" editor="mattshel" />
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11Developing for Azure is easy using Visual Studio 2013 and the
12free Azure SDK for .NET. If you do not already have Visual
13Studio 2013, the SDK will automatically install Visual Studio Express 2013, so you can start developing for Azure entirely for
14free. This guide assumes you have no prior experience using Windows
15Azure. On completing this guide, you will have an application that uses
23-   How to use Visual Studio to develop for Azure.
24-   How to create a multi-tier application in Azure using web
25    and worker roles.
25    and worker roles.
26-   How to communicate between tiers using Service Bus Queues.
27
394        using System.Collections.Generic;
395        using System.Linq;
396        using System.Web;
machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering.md https://github.com/berlstone/azure-content.git | Markdown | 158 lines
1<properties title="Azure Machine Learning Sample: Color quantization using K-Means clustering" pageTitle="Machine Learning Sample: Color quantization using K-Means clustering | Azure" description="A sample Azure Machine Learning experiment that evaluates using different K-Means clustering values for quantizing a color image." metaKeywords="" services="" solutions="" documentationCenter="" authors="garye" videoId="" scriptId="" />
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9	Sample Experiment - Color Based Image Compression using K-Means Clustering - Development
10
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25We ran K-Means clustering with K=10 through 500 in 5 different branches. First we calculated the clusters and then aggregated the clustering to the mean of their pixels colors (using an R Script). 
26Finally, we associated each pixel with the aggregated cluster color and sent the new image out in CSV format. Meanwhile, we also calculated the Root Mean Squared Difference of the new pixel colors with the original image and shown them in a R plot (using Execute R Script). 
33<tr><th>Original</th>
34<td><img alt="Original" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2a.jpg"></td>
35</tr>
36<tr><th>K=10</th>
37<td><img alt="K=10" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2b.png"></td>
38</tr>
64	using System.Collections.Generic;
65	using System.Linq;
66	using System.Text;
cloud-services-dotnet-multi-tier-app-using-service-bus-queues.md https://github.com/bgoldy/azure-content.git | Markdown | 678 lines
1<properties linkid="dev-net-e2e-multi-tier" urlDisplayName="Multi-Tier Application" pageTitle=".NET Multi-Tier Application - Azure Tutorial" metaKeywords="Azure Service Bus queue tutorial, Azure queue tutorial, Azure worker role tutorial, Azure .NET queue tutorial, Azure C# queue tutorial, Azure C# worker role tutorial" description="A tutorial that helps you develop a multi-tier app in Azure that uses Service Bus queues to communicate between tiers. Samples in .NET." metaCanonical="" services="cloud-services,service-bus" documentationCenter=".NET" title=".NET Multi-Tier Application Using Service Bus Queues" authors="sethm" solutions="" manager="dwrede" editor="mattshel" />
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11Developing for Azure is easy using Visual Studio 2013 and the
12free Azure SDK for .NET. If you do not already have Visual
13Studio 2013, the SDK will automatically install Visual Studio Express 2013, so you can start developing for Azure entirely for
14free. This guide assumes you have no prior experience using Windows
15Azure. On completing this guide, you will have an application that uses
23-   How to use Visual Studio to develop for Azure.
24-   How to create a multi-tier application in Azure using web
25    and worker roles.
25    and worker roles.
26-   How to communicate between tiers using Service Bus Queues.
27
394        using System.Collections.Generic;
395        using System.Linq;
396        using System.Web;
machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering.md https://github.com/bgoldy/azure-content.git | Markdown | 154 lines
1<properties title="Azure Machine Learning Sample: Color quantization using K-Means clustering" pageTitle="Machine Learning Sample: Color quantization using K-Means clustering | Azure" description="A sample Azure Machine Learning experiment that evaluates using different K-Means clustering values for quantizing a color image." metaKeywords="" services="" solutions="" documentationCenter="" authors="garye" videoId="" scriptId="" />
2
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21We ran K-Means clustering with K=10 through 500 in 5 different branches. First we calculated the clusters and then aggregated the clustering to the mean of their pixels colors (using an R Script). 
22Finally, we associated each pixel with the aggregated cluster color and sent the new image out in CSV format. Meanwhile, we also calculated the Root Mean Squared Difference of the new pixel colors with the original image and shown them in a R plot (using Execute R Script). 
29<tr><th>Original</th>
30<td><img alt="Original" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2a.jpg"></td>
31</tr>
32<tr><th>K=10</th>
33<td><img alt="K=10" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2b.png"></td>
34</tr>
35<tr><th>K=20</th>
36<td><img alt="K=20" src="./media/machine-learning-sample-color-quantization-using-k-means-clustering/image2c.png"></td>
37</tr>
60	using System.Collections.Generic;
61	using System.Linq;
62	using System.Text;
cloud-services-dotnet-multi-tier-app-using-service-bus-queues.md https://github.com/bhalchandratk/azure-content.git | Markdown | 678 lines
1<properties linkid="dev-net-e2e-multi-tier" urlDisplayName="Multi-Tier Application" pageTitle=".NET Multi-Tier Application - Azure Tutorial" metaKeywords="Azure Service Bus queue tutorial, Azure queue tutorial, Azure worker role tutorial, Azure .NET queue tutorial, Azure C# queue tutorial, Azure C# worker role tutorial" description="A tutorial that helps you develop a multi-tier app in Azure that uses Service Bus queues to communicate between tiers. Samples in .NET." metaCanonical="" services="cloud-services,service-bus" documentationCenter=".NET" title=".NET Multi-Tier Application Using Service Bus Queues" authors="sethm" solutions="" manager="dwrede" editor="mattshel" />
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11Developing for Azure is easy using Visual Studio 2013 and the
12free Azure SDK for .NET. If you do not already have Visual
13Studio 2013, the SDK will automatically install Visual Studio Express 2013, so you can start developing for Azure entirely for
14free. This guide assumes you have no prior experience using Windows
15Azure. On completing this guide, you will have an application that uses
23-   How to use Visual Studio to develop for Azure.
24-   How to create a multi-tier application in Azure using web
25    and worker roles.
25    and worker roles.
26-   How to communicate between tiers using Service Bus Queues.
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394        using System.Collections.Generic;
395        using System.Linq;
396        using System.Web;
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