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Importing text analytics models

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Import a text analytics model to a selected environment. For example, you can import the model from a production system to a development system to update the model with the feedback data collected in the production system.

  • Download a .zip file that contains the model that you want to import. For more information, see Exporting text analytics models.
  • In the system to which you want to import the model, create a ruleset and a ruleset version that correspond to the model version.
  1. In the navigation pane of Prediction Studio, click Models.

  2. In the header of the Predictions work area, click Actions Import Text model version .

  3. In the Import text model window, click Choose File, and then select the file that contains the model that you want to import.

  4. Click Next.

  5. Click Import.

    Every time that you import a new text analytics model to Prediction Studio, the model appears in the Predictions work area. If you imported a new version of an already existing model, Prediction Studio adds the new version to that model.
If you imported the model to a production system, you can update the model with the collected feedback data. For more information, see Updating training data for text analytics models.

  • Migrating text analytics models

    Increase the accuracy of text analytics models by migrating them across environments. For example, you can export the model from a development system to a production system so that the model can gather feedback data. You can then import the model back to the development system to update the model with the collected feedback data.

  • Managing complete text analytics models

    Quickly and conveniently manage multiple models to accommodate them to ever-changing business requirements, through a wide range of the available types of actions requirements. You can test, update, or delete any completed categorization or text extraction model. You can also add a language to the model or save the model as a different rule instance.

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