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Viewing summarized adaptive model reports

Updated on May 17, 2024

You can create customized reports that pertain to all adaptive models that you created in Prediction Studio. You can download those reports as PDF or CSV files to view them outside of your application.

  1. In the header of Prediction Studio, click ActionsReports Adaptive adaptive model report type.
    You can view the following types of reports:
    Adaptive models overview
    This report displays all models in a bubble chart and allows you to compare models in terms of success rate, performance, and the number of responses.
    Adaptive models performance overview
    Provides detailed performance statistics for each model.
    Active predictors overview
    Provides an overview of the predictors that adaptive models use to predict the customer behaviour. You can view the number of models in which a specific predictor is active, its performance statistics, and the number of positive and negative responses.
    Inactive predictors overview
    Provides and overview of the predictors whose performance is not sufficient to be used by adaptive models to predict the customer behavior. You can view the number of models in which a specific predictor is inactive, its average performance, and the number of positive and negative responses.
  2. Optional: To export the report as a .pdf or .xls file, perform one of the following actions:
    • To export the report as a .pdf file, click ActionsExport as PDF.
    • To export the report as an .xls file, click ActionsExport as Excel.
  3. Optional: To convert the report to a list, click ActionsList.
    The list report is useful when you want to view a large amount of data.
  4. Optional: To summarize a report, perform the following actions:
    1. Click ActionsSummarize.
    2. In the Summarize and Sort section, configure the criteria for the summary report.
      For example: You can group models by their performance statistics, starting from the best-performing models.
    3. Click Apply changes.

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