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How do I Run Classification on my task?

StepsReference

To run a classification on a task, select the Classify button  in the Task Detail  tab pr select the Start New Classification button from the left nav.

It is important that no changes are saved while a classification is running otherwise it will come back with a stale status because the results will be out of date.

You will receive the notification in the header to indicate that classification is running.

Tip: While classification is running you may work on another task and you will receive a notification that your classification is complete.

How do I View my Classification Report? 

You can view the classification report two ways:

Steps

 

1. From the dashboard you can view the classification report, by selecting the Classification Report button

2. From the editing view you can view the classification report, by selecting the Classification button  in the left nav and elect View Classification.

How do I Accept the Classification Report?

StepsReference

In order to view a concepts details you must select, Accept Classification Results in the report header


 Once the Accept Classification Results button is selected the ui will indicate that the application is Saving Classification...

 

When saving is complete the ui will indicate that the application has Saved Classification


 

View Concept Details in the Classification Report

StepsReference

To view the details of a concept from classification report, select the View/Edit  button on the Classification Report to display the concept in the Edit panel.  

The report loads the prior inferred form and the new proposed form

 

 

 

How to View Concept in Classification Report in the Taxonomy

StepsReference

Note: in order to view a concepts details you must select, Accept Classification Results in the report header

 

To view the details of a concept from classification report, select the View/Edit  button on the Classification Report to display the concept in the Edit panel.  

The report loads the prior inferred form and the new proposed form

How to View Concept in Classification Report in the Taxonomy

StepsReference

To view a Concept in the Taxonomy select the View in Taxonomy button in the model header

What is Classification?

Within the AP, running classification allows a user to infer relationships from those that are stated within a concept.

Helpful Notes On Classification

Working in the same project

The classification results of your concept are all related to any concepts that you have changed - as well as those that other authors have changed and have NOT saved classification results against which are brought into your task by rebasing from the project. The impact is cumulative.

If a promoted task contains unsaved classification results, then other authors, after rebasing from the project, when classifying their task will see the classification results that were not accepted in the promoted task, in addition to their own.

So if you do not save your results before promoting you will risk other Authors seeing your unsaved results in their view.

Best practice therefore, is to classify, and save your classification results, before review and promotion

 Types of newly added inferred relationships:

  1.  Relationships that are identical to the stated ones.
  2. Relationships that are calculated by the reasoner but were not explicitly stated by the author. 

Both types are (and should remain) present in the first tab of the classification report as it contains all classification results. The "Inferred not previously stated" tab should only display the second type. 

What do the colors of the Classification status mean?

Red - Report contains equivalency errors.

Grey - Classification is currently running.

Amber - Report contains redundant stated relationships.

Green - Report is complete.

What are the four tabs in the Classification Report?

  • Classification Results - the inferred relationships of each concept in a task.
  • Redundant Inferred Relationships - relationships which can be removed by a transitive reduction process.
  • Inferred Not Previously Stated - inferred relationship changes of a concept of which the stated form was not changed.
  • Equivalency Errors: it lists equivalent concepts.

 

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