Machine Learning .NET


Machine Learning is in vogue these days. Such a large number of developers are jumped into that research and development.


There are mainly Four Machine Learning trends:

  • Intelligence on cloud
  • Quantum computing capabilities
  • Improved personalization
  • Data on data

At Long Last a NuGet Package for Machine Learning.


Being a .Net Developer extremely upbeat that Microsoft has announced the Machine Learning Framework i.e. ML.NET.

“When you’re fundraising, it’s AI.
When you’re hiring, it’s ML.
When you’re implementing, it’s logistic regression.”
– Twitter


ML.NET is a free, open-source, and cross-platform machine learning system that empowers you to manufacture custom machine learning arrangements and coordinate them into your .NET applications. This manages to furnish numerous assets about working with ML.NET


This was originally developed in Microsoft Research and evolve into significant framework over the last decade. It is used across many product groups in Microsoft like Windows, Azure, Bing, and more.

In the First preview release

ML.NET enables Machine Learning tasks like

  • Classification (e.g. Content classification and Conclusion investigation)
  • Regression (e.g. Anticipating and Value forecast)

Along with these Machine Learning capabilities,
This first release of ML.NET framework also brings the first draft of .NET APIs for training models, using models for predictions, and in addition the core components of this framework,

  • Learning Algorithms
  • Transforms
  • Core Machine Learning data structures

This is as a matter of first importance a structure, which implies that it tends to be reached out to include prevalent Machine Learning Libraries like TensorFlow, Accord.NET, and CNTK(Cognitive Toolkit).

ML.NET Core Components

This is gone for giving the E2E(Exchange to Exchange) work process for imbuing ML into .NET applications across over pre-processing, feature engineering, modeling, evolution, and operationalization.


Install ML.NET NuGet Package

Let us see to perceive how to include this NuGet Package in your .Net applications.

Important notes before starting

Initially, ensure that you have installed .NET Core 2.0 or later. ML.NET additionally takes a shot at the .NET Framework. Note that ML.NET right now should keep running in a 64-bit process.
Once you have all of these installed,

Steps of Build Project With ML.NET

  1. Open your Visual Studio 2017
  2. Create New Project
  3. Select Core Web application


  1. Select Empty for now


Once the application is built, Let us include required Microsoft.ML NuGet package.

  1. Search with “Microsoft.ML” In NuGet Package Manager and clicked on Install:


In a fraction of seconds Build an Empty Project With Microsoft.ML NuGet packages are shown like this in Solution Explorer.


And Now,



Machine learning is blasting for the most recent few years. Individuals in the field are generally utilizing Python or R. Until this minute, it would be difficult to control the information and make brisk arrangements in C#. With ML.NET that is gradually evolving. While it is as yet missing a few highlights that Python and R have, this is a major positive development.

I am extremely eager to see where ML.NET framework will land and how it will be coordinated with the rest of the highlights of the .NET world in .NET Core 3. Machine learning is crossing the early adopter’s gap and Microsoft helping it.


Akash Limbani .Net Developer

I am eager .Net Developer at Yudiz Solutions Pvt. Ltd. .Continually searching for new hard difficulties and things, in light of the fact that "Great responsibility comes with the great power".

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