Welcome to the latest One Model product release update. This article provides an overview of the product innovations and improvements to be delivered on 6 July 2022. You can see the full 2022 release schedule here: https://help.onemodel.co/en/articles/3134972-one-model-product-release-calendar.
Building on updates in recent releases we have improved the way Storyboards appear on ultra-narrow displays. If you now open a Storyboard on a mobile phone web browser in portrait view mode all the tiles will fit nicely within the screen. More mobile features coming over the next few releases. (ref 11057).
One AI Innovations
We have created a new version of our "generative attributes" capability that provides a lot more capability and flexibility in terms of the type and variety of attributes that can be created for use with OneAI without the need to do manual data processing. This is still within the regular workflow of OneAI. More information on how to get the most out of this new capability will be published soon!
We have made a number of significant improvements to feature selection within OneAI. Depending on how many features are included in a particular model this can add a significant improvement to the F1 score for a model.
Improvements to Data Pipeline Procession
We now show the number of retries in the Data Load Files page when loading data into the Database, so that it doesn't look like the file has been running for a long time without doing anything (ref 11530).
A big part of One Model's philosophy is to provide a lot of granular Application Access Permissions so roles can be built to allow fine grained personas. In this release we have added two new security related permissions that control whether a user is able to export data to csv or export images/slides. Below is a little quick reference as to where these permissions apply within the product (ref 7487).
Platform Improvements & Bugs Squashed
We fixed an issue that occurred when you tried to add a new filter dimension to a Storyboard (or the Home Page template) and there wasn’t already a filter in place. Under these circumstances the user would see an error. The workaround was to first save the Storyboard and then you would be able to add new filter dimensions. (ref 11719)
Some customers were experiencing issues saving changes to Storyboard names/categories, which required clicking some of the shared user roles. We fixed this issue, so no workarounds required any more! (ref 11292)