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This solution template shows how to build and deploy a loan-credit-risk solution with Microsoft ML Server
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Loan Credit Risk

Predict risk of customers defaulting on loans.

Deploy to Azure on SQL Server

Deploy to Azure (SQL Server)

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For all documentation, visit the Loan Credit Risk website.

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