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You create an Azure Machine Learning service datastore in a workspace. The datastore contains the following files:
All files store data in the following format:
You run the following code:
You need to create a dataset named training_data and load the data from all files into a single data frame by using the following code:
Solution: Run the following code:
Does the solution meet the goal?
Use two file paths.
Use Dataset.Tabular_from_delimeted, instead of Dataset.File.from_files as the data isn’t cleansed.
A File Dataset references single or multiple files in your datastores or public URLs. If your data is already cleansed, and ready to use in training experiments, you can download or mount the files to your compute as a File Dataset object.
A Tabular Dataset represents data in a tabular format by parsing the provided file or list of files. This provides you with the ability to materialize the data into a pandas or Spark Data Frame so you can work with familiar data preparation and training libraries without having to leave your notebook. You can create a Tabular Dataset object from .csv, .tsv, .parquet, .jsonl files, and from SQL query results.