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The stats team has developed an R-Script that takes an array of variables and returns an array of integers (calculations). I want to build this as a stand-alone function that I can call with HTTP requests from various apps. A lot of the stuff I am reading is out dated. Should I use Azure ML or Azure functions for this?

Note: The R-Script does not contain any machine learning. The R-Script contains a package that is not listed on azure.

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Azure ML has more than 600 packages now that you can work with. You can do it with functions and ml as well. 

I would tell you to use Azure ML for this. 

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