Projects view

A project is where you import datasets, create models that you evaluate. Within a project, you can test many models to find out which one is the best.

The Projects view gives you an overview of all projects you have access to, and it allows you to create a new project, select, edit or delete an existing project.

Select a project to get a short description and revision history including what other people have done and when.

Create a new project

  1. Click on New project in the Projects view.

  2. Name the project, add a description and click Submit.

Organization resources

Compute time

Shows how many training hours your organization have available.

Storage

Shows how much storage your organization has available on the platform for your datasets.

Members

Shows all members of your organization and how many user slots have been occupied.

Plan

Your organization’s plan. You can change your plan in the subscription view.

Predictions

The total number of predictions served by your deployed models.

Note that you can request batches of predictions in single API calls. Here, each prediction in a batch counts against your limit for API calls since each prediction require computing resources.

Running experiments

A list of experiments, split into those that are currently running and those that are trained.

  • Progress (epochs): Current training epoch /

  • Name: Name of experiment.

  • Project: Name of project to which each experiment belongs to.

  • Runtime: Elapsed training time.

  • Creator: Name of experiment creator.

If you select the options menu, you can also take some of the main actions on each experiment (e.g., Rename, Duplicate, Go to evaluation, etc.).

Active deployments

  • Name: Name of experiment.

  • Project: Name of project to which each experiment belongs to.

  • Type: Standard or Similarity search deployment.

  • Created: Name of deployment creator.

If you select the options menu, you can also take some of the main actions on each deployment.

Experiment status menu

You can check how’s it going for the latest experiments on your organization’s resources in the Experiment status menu in the Menu bar.

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