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Download inspection results

March 28 2022/6 min read

We are thrilled to bring you yet another product update this year, which enables you to create even better models by analyzing your model’s behaviour right on the dataset used. This will provide deeper insights for your business case and how your model performs based on the dataset you’re using. Have a look!

Introducing the Download inspection results feature

Moving forward, you are able to download your model’s predictions for the training, validation or test set. These are the data points that are available from the Predictions inspections part of the Evaluation module in the platform. 

This feature enables you to analyze the behaviour of the model on the dataset used, in any way that makes sense from your business perspective. 

The predictions are exported as a .csv file, which makes it easy to use your favorite analysis tool (e.g., pandas, PowerBI, Excel) to slice the data and look deeper into the model performance. It also gives you the flexibility to compare predictions from different models. 

You can download your predictions by clicking  the download icon shown below:

Download inspection results icon

Here is an example of how this feature can be used:

Say you have a model for garment price prediction, where the scatter plot shows some problematic samples. You want more information. So now you can download the predictions to look closer at the results, using your favorite analysis tool.

True vs predicted

Here you can see that the model has problems in the T-shirt category (red dots). 

This insight provides valuable input on how to get a better model, or simply that you shouldn’t use the model when predicting prices for t-shirts. Insightful! 

Right now, this feature is available for regression and classification problems, so try your hand at some of these use cases to get a feel for the feature.

Have a look at our Knowledge Center for a step-by-step guide on how to use this feature, and of course, let us know if we can help you in any way.

Happy inspecting!

  • Björn Treje

    Björn Treje

    Head of Technical Enablement

    Björn has a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering. He strives to put engineering into the business and business into the engineer. Secretly he hopes all projects involves helmets or reflex vests at some point.

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