On this page you can manage various aspects related to the model data.
In particular, you can delete data, such as:
You can also upload and download input data as a case file and you can select from the result data from the Overview of Optimization Results:
View Previous Optimization Runs¶
By clicking on the button View Previous Optimization Runs a dialog page opens:
On this dialog page a table shows the details of the previous optimization runs, such as:
Environment they were used in
User who ran the optimization
Application which it was optimized in
You can select a result dataset from a previous optimization run by clicking on the checkbox in the Selected column and then clicking the Load button. This will then load the selected dataset which you can then edit on the page. Pressing the Cancel button will close the dialog window. You can also search in the table by pressing the magnifier icon in the top right and download it as a file by clicking the three dots next to the magnifier icon. Clicking on the Show All Optimization Results slider loads more of the previous optimization results which you can select.
Download Input Data into Excel¶
You can download the dataset into an Excel file by clicking on the Download Input Data into Excel button:
Debug Export Case File¶
You can download the active dataset as a case file by clicking on the Debug Export Case File button:
Debug Import Case File¶
You can upload a case file by clicking on the Debug Import Case File button:
Download Parquet File Structure¶
You can download the structure of the parquet files by clicking on the Download Parquet File Structure button:
This brings up a dialog where you can add the custom objective that you want to include, just like when you create an Excel template. Once you have specified the custom objective, you can generate the parquet file structure via the button Download Parquet File Structure on that dialog page. The details of that file can be found here: Parquet File Structure.
Input Datasets Table¶
The table Input Datasets shows the input datasets which can be marked for deletion. This table also shows some details of the datasets, such as:
Application name to which the dataset is related
The table Scenarios shows the previously ran scenarios which can be marked for deletion. This table also shows some details of the scenarios, such as:
The table Results shows previously saved results which can be marked for deletion. This table also shows some details of the scenarios, such as:
How to Delete Data¶
If you want to delete any data, you have to tick the corresponding checkbox in the Mark for Deletion column in the appropriate table. Once you have selected the rows you want to delete, you can then proceed with their deletion by clicking the icon in the lower right corner:
If you have not selected any rows, then a dialog page shows up to warn you:
If you have selected some data, then a dialog page as the following will show up:
On this dialog page, if you press the button No, keep, then the selected data will not be deleted. If you press the button Yes, Delete, then the selected data will be actually deleted.