Tagging is used to arbitrarily group and ungroup experiments in the Experiments list in both the Modeling and Evaluation views.
This function is very useful not only for more easily locating experiments through the search field, but also helps facilitate custom comparisons in the Evaluation view.
Use tags when you need more structure to your experiment lists. They offer a much more flexible solution to grouping experiments than traditional folder/file abstractions because experiments can belong to multiple groups concurrently.
Click on the Experiment’s options menu (three dots) and select Edit tags.
The Tag experiment pop-up will open.
To add a tag fill in the input field and click on the Plus button.
To remove an existing tag click on the tag listed under Experiment tags.
To add an existing tag click on the tag listed under Existing tags.
To add a tag to the experiment search, click on the tag listed in one of the experiment items to promote it to the search filters. Similarly, the search field can also be used to find the tag just like the other available filters.
To remove a tag from the experiment search, click on the tag listed under the search field.
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