Data library search

Modified on Tue, 31 Oct 2023 at 01:23 PM

The data selection sections allows the user to narrow down to one analysis step id, found within the workspace. This allows the user to examine that specific analysis step more in detail. 


1. Creating a plot

Click on create plot under the track where you wish to study a specific analysis. Once you click on the create new button you will be redirected to the page where you can select your algorithm. 

Select a plot name and a description to organise your analysis efficiently. Under "choose algorithm to run your analysis select "Data library search". Once you assign an appropriate name, description and have selected the "select algorithm" button and a field including "select data" should become available. 

Click on select data set from workspace dataset library and you will be redirected to a page including a pivot table. 

2. Pivot table 

Under the pivot table you have an overview of all the features within a table to be selected for the analysis. You can drag and drop the preferred features onto the tab in the 3rd column. Under the 3rd column you will be able to find a preview of the output table. 

By clicking under the arrow of each feature in the right hand column you will be able to filter out the exact sub features you would like to include in your data selection. 

Finally select the data set that you would like to visualise under "select data for analysis" tab. You can subsequently click on SELECT DATASET, this will lead you to the initial create plot page. 

3. Running the analysis

Once all the settings have been saved, under select data you will be able to visualise the selected data set under the "select dataset from workspace dataset library" button. This way the user can double check weather the correct dataset has been selected. You can subsequently click on run which should redirect you to the track including the newly created plot. 

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