Get Started

About this guide

Welcome to the quick guide to getting started with Snitch AI. You'll learn how to set up your account and run your first Quality and Data Drift Analyses. If you prefer a personalized training session, you can always book one here

First, if you haven't already, you can start your free 15-day trial from here. Once you'll have validated your email, you will be redirected to your newly created Project List page.

Create your first project

To create a project, click on Create New Project and give a name and a description (optional).

Run a Quality Analysis

Select your newly created Project on the Projects List page and click on Add Quality Analysis. A pop-up menu will invite you to upload your dataset and model files. The supported formats for the datasets are csv, npy and joblib. The supported formats for the model are h5, joblib and pkl. See this article for more information on how to format your datasets and this article for more information on currently supported models. Upload your files and click on Add new model analysis to start the analysis, which should take a few minutes to be ready. Once the analysis is done, the Quality Score and the Performance Score will appear on your Project page and on the Project List page, as well as a link to download your Quality Report.

Run a Drift Analysis

Select your newly created Project on the Projects List page and click on Add Drift Analysis. A pop-up menu will invite you to upload your dataset files. The supported formats for the datasets are csv, npy and joblib. See this article for more information on how to format your datasets. Upload your files and click on Add drift analysis to start the analysis, which should take a few minutes to be ready. Once the analysis is done, the Drift Score will appear on your Project page and on the Project List page, as well as a link to download your Drift Report.

Mark as Baseline Analysis

You can flag a Quality Analysis as your Baseline Quality Analysis by clicking on the three dots at the right of the analysis. Each Quality Analysis will produce a Quality Score and a Performance Score, which will be compared to the Quality Score and Performance Score of the Baseline Analysis.

You can flag a Drift Analysis as your Baseline Drift Analysis the same way, allowing you to compare the progression of your Drift Scores to your baseline Drift Score.

Archive a Project

If you no longer need one of your projects, you can always archive it. From your Project Page, click on Archive. By archiving a project, you won't be able to run any new reports on them, but your reports will still be accessible. Archived Projects do not count against the Project limit on your subscription.

Got any other questions or need some help, contact us at support@snit.ch and we'll gladly help. 

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