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Product Tour

Here we will provide a brief overview of Fiddler’s UI. When you first load into Fiddler, you'll land on the homepage, which contains an introductory video to the Fiddler platform and some links to the documentation in case you like to have an in-depth look into the Fiddler platform. It also provides information on recently viewed projects, starred projects, and more.

Home Page

You can go to the Model Monitoring Summary page from the side tab, which will give details of traffic, drift, data integrity violations, and triggered alerts on your models.

Monitoring Summary

You can also go to the Project page from the side tab, which lists all the data science projects contained within Fiddler. For more information on these projects, see the Fiddler Samples section below. You can create new projects either within the UI (by clicking the “Add Project” button) or via the Fiddler Python Client.

Project Landing

Projects represent the distinct AI applications or use cases within your organization. Within Fiddler, they house all the models specific to a given application, and thus serve as a jumping-off point for the majority of Fiddler’s model monitoring and explainability features.

Go ahead and click on the Lending project to navigate to the Project Overview page.

Lending Projects

Here you can see a list of the models contained within the Lending project, as well as a project dashboard to which various insights can be pinned. Go ahead and click the “logreg-all” model.

Model Details

From the Model Overview page, you can view details about the model: its metadata (schema), the files in its model directory, and its features, which are sorted by impact (the degree to which each feature influences the model’s prediction score).

You can then navigate to the core monitoring and explainability capabilities within the platform. These include:

  • Monitor — Track and configure alerts on your model’s performance, data drift, data integrity, and overall service metrics. Read the monitoring documentation for more details.
  • Analyze — Analyze the behavior of your model in aggregate or with respect to specific segments of your population. Read the analytics documentation for more details.
  • Explain — Generate “point” or prediction-level explanations on your training or production data for insight into how each model decision was made. Read the explainability documentation for more details.
  • Evaluate — View your model’s performance on its training and test sets for quick validation prior to deployment. Read the evaluation documentation for more details.

Fiddler Samples

Fiddler Samples is a set of datasets and models that are preloaded into Fiddler. These samples are also available in the Samples git repo. They represent different data types, model frameworks, and machine learning techniques. See the table below for more details.

Project Model Dataset Model Framework Algorithm Model Task Explanation Algos
Bank Churn Bank Churn Tabular scikit-learn Random Forest Binary Classification Fiddler Shapley
Heart Disease Heart Disease Tabular Tensorflow Binary Classification Fiddler Shapley, IG
IMDB Imdb Rnn Text Tensorflow BiLSTM Binary Classfication Fiddler Shapley, IG
Iris Iris Tabular scikit-learn Logistic Regression Multi-class Classification Fiddler Shapley
Lending Logreg-all Tabular scikit-learn Logistic Regression Binary Classification Fiddler Shapley
Logreg-simple Tabular scikit-learn Logistic Regression Binary Classification Fiddler Shapley
Xgboost-simple-sagemaker Tabular scikit-learn XGboost Binary Classification Fiddler Shapley
Newsgroup Christianity Atheism Classifier Text scikit-learn Random Forest Binary Classification Fiddler Shapley
Wine Quality Linear Model Wine Regressor Tabular scikit-learn Elastic Net Regression Fiddler Shapley
DNN Wine Regressor Tabular Tensorflow Regression Fiddler Shapley

See the README for more information.

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