Dataset Templates

Using AnalyticOps, you can create datasets based on dataset templates. This allows you to group all of the datasets related to a use case together in a dataset template. Dataset templates not only help you organize your datasets but also facilitate the dataset creation process by inheriting all the defined parameters. You can create a dataset from a dataset template by either using the default parameters defined for the template or updating them as needed.

The Dataset Template module facilitates the creation and management of dataset templates and datasets. This chapter covers the following details:

Create a Dataset Template

To create a new dataset template:

  1. Open a Project and select Datasets from the Navigation bar.
    The list of Dataset Templates displays in the Work area and the Datasets option highlights in the Navigation bar.

  2. Click the Create Template button.
    The Create Dataset Template dialog displays.

    https://docs.tdaoa.com/images/ug_create_template_dialog.png
  3. In the Basic tab, set the properties:

    Property

    Description

    Name

    Specifies the dataset template name.

    Description

    Specifies the description of the dataset template.

    Connection

    Lets you select a connection to define the dataset template. All the connections defined in the Settings module display in the menu. For more information, see Dataset Connections.

    Tags

    Allows you to add tags with the dataset template.

    https://docs.tdaoa.com/images/ug_create_template_basic.png
  4. In the CONFIG tab, set the properties:

    Property

    Description

    Common Settings

    Custom Properties: Lets you define custom properties in the form of key/value pair.
    Template Query: Lets you define a template query that will fetch data for the dataset template.

    Scope Settings

    Allows you to define properties for different scope levels: Train, Evaluate, Score

    Custom Properties: Lets you define custom properties in the form of key/value pair for each of the selected scope.
    Template Query: Lets you define a template query that will fetch data to execute training, evaluation and scoring jobs.

    https://docs.tdaoa.com/images/ug_create_template_config.png
  5. Click Create.
    The new dataset template creates with the name specified in the Name field.

Edit a Dataset Template

To edit an existing dataset template:

  1. Select a dataset template from the list.
    The Edit Template button enables.

  2. Click the Edit Template button.
    The Edit Dataset Template dialog displays where you can modify the selected template.

    https://docs.tdaoa.com/images/ug_template_edit_dialog.png
  3. After modifying the desired properties, click Update.
    The dataset template saves with all the latest modifications.

Archive a Dataset Template

The archiving feature allows you to hide a dataset template from the list to better organize your templates. You can view the archived templates and unarchive them if required.

Note: The Archiving feature is provided with multiple modules including projects, models, model versions, dataset templates, datasets, and connections.

To archive a dataset template:

  1. Select a dataset template in the list.
    The Actions button enables.

  2. Click the Actions button.
    The Actions menu displays.

    https://docs.tdaoa.com/images/ug_template_archive_action.png
  3. Click Archive Template.
    The dataset template archives and hides from the current list. A confirmation message displays on the top.

  4. To view an Archived template, click the Show Archived option on the top.
    The archived template displays in the list along with an Archived label.

To Un-archive a dataset template:

  1. Select an archived dataset template in the list.
    The Actions button enables.

  2. Click the Actions button.
    The Actions menu displays.

    https://docs.tdaoa.com/images/ug_template_unarchive_action.png
  3. Click Un-Archive Template.
    The dataset template un-archives and the label Archived removes. A confirmation message displays on the top.