How To - Edit a Datapoint
This article describes the steps to edit a datapoint in the What-If Tool.
- Select a data point of interest in the custom Datapoints visualization by clicking on it. A list of all features and values associated with that datapoint will appear in the Edit module.
To change a feature value, click on it. This should highlight the value with a yellow stroke around it.
To delete a feature value, click on it to highlight. Then click on the delete icon to delete the feature value.
- To get model predictions, click on the Predict button in the Infer module. This is known as a Run. Additionally, clicking the predict button will return predictions for multiple edited data points in a batch run. Until a prediction is available, any prediction-related features utilized in the Datapoint visualization are removed from the datapoint.
To restore an edited datapoint to its original values, click on the revert icon in the toolbar in the Edit module, and then click on the predict button in the Infer module to return model predictions.
To duplicate a selected datapoint, click on the duplicate icon in the toolbar. A new instance of the datapoint should be added to the Datapoints visualization. Click on the predict button in the Infer module to return model predictions.
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Get model predictions on an edited datapoint.
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