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Navigating Predictive Learning

MindSphere's Predictive Learning (PrL) opens from the MindSphere Launchpad. The Prl icon in the Launchpad displayed as shown below:

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When you click the PrL icon, the landing page displays:

Landing-Page


PrL Landing Page Layout

The sections of the PrL landing page are:

  • Menu Bar
  • Data Management
  • Model Development & Execution
  • Quick Actions

The expandable menu bar provides access to all PrL features. Click the double-chevron at the bottom of the window to expand and collapse the menu bar. Here is an example of the expanded menu bar and the features accessible through the menu items:

Menu Bar


Feature Summary Blocks

The PrL landing page displays two blocks of features where summary information and Browse links display:

  • Data Management
  • Model Development and Execution

Data Management

Data Management facilitates bringing in data stored in MindSphere data sources, like:

  • MindSphere's Integrated Data Lake (IDL)
  • Predictive Learning Storage
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Data Exchange

Model Development and Execution

Model Development and Execution—facilitates developing models and environments for working with your data. You can also import existing models for use in PrL. PrL supports these models:

  • JSON, XML, and text files
  • Jupyter Notebooks
  • Docker Images
  • Python Analytics Workspaces

"Browse" links appear beneath each feature; click a browse link to open a table of the items you've created or that have been shared with you.

The "Quick Actions" section provides access to all PrL features. Click any "Quick Action" link to jump to main PrL features.

Usage Tracking

Your PrL activity is tracked in real time, and you can view your usage data on the Usage Metrics page, which displays a table of usage history, including:

  • Environment instance used
  • Compute hours used
  • Transaction time

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Last update: October 20, 2022