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- Data Bank tab - a new section where you can upload, download, preview, and delete your datasets
- Updated Japanese translation
- A model's fitness function is now displayed in the Model Parameters on the Initial Setup and Training page
- Resolved display issues within the Architecture Diagram
- Resolved an issue where a dataset column header could not contain a period or other special characters
- Resolved an issue where clicking the Login button twice did not display the models.
- If a column name is duplicated, the table only displays the last one. To avoid this issue, use unique column names.
- When training a categorical model. be sure to specify a target column that contains data. There is a known issue where an error is not generated when an empty target column is selected and the training of the categorical model will return failures on the results page.
- Unpredictable results occur when a classification problem is run as a regression problem.
- Models and Datasets with certain punctuation and symbols in their names are unsupported. Models and datasets with these names will result in errors and some unreachable pages in the interface. It is advised to only use letters, numbers, and hyphens or underscores.
- Regression models cannot specify the MSE fitness function
- Dataset names cannot contain Japanese characters. There is a known issue with the way Darwin works with filenames that contain characters outside of the Latin-1/ISO-8859-1 character set. This does not affect model building or training, but when viewing the results of a model, the user interface will report an error and the Data Characteristics and Model Architecture Diagram will be unavailable. This issue will be fixed in a future release.
The following methods enable you to research issues, create a support ticket, or contact SparkCognition:
- Use the Darwin support portal - Read Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), download documentation, or log your issue.
- Email Support - Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone Support - The SparkCognition support line is 1-512-400-2001
v 0.9.1 03.25.2019
v 0.9.2 04.18.2019