Release Notes - 2022.09.21

Welcome to the latest One Model product release update. This article provides an overview of the product innovations and improvements to be delivered on 21 September 2022. You can see the full 2022 release schedule here:

New Data Visualization Capability - Split Time

  • This new capability allows you to create a data visualization that includes the time dimension on both the x & y axis. For example, you could have months on one axis and years on the other axis. See the example below that compares terminations across months for the last three years.



  • To use this new capability in Explore, open your timeperiods configuration panel and select a Year, Quarter, Month or Day and when you select a second level you will see a new ‘split’ icon appear in the timeperiods selection. This new icon acts as a toggle to split or unsplit the two time periods across the chart/table axes. [NB: if you don't see the icon on one of your time periods, please reach out to your One Model Customer Success lead.]

Data Processing Improvements

  • We've improved the stability of our File Validation step, which historically could get stuck when interacting with files within AWS infrastructure. (ref 11548)

  • We fixed an issue where the Data Destination could be marked as errored because it had "already completed". (ref 12154)

  • We recently added dates to the list of events that show on the Data Destination Runs page, but the wrong date was being shown for some events. We've fixed this, so the correct dates are now being shown. (ref 12774)

  • We've fixed an issue where Google BigQuery Data Destinations using the Database Tables type could not send tables of more than 5 GB. (ref 12552)

One AI Innovations

Dynamic Population Date in Query Builder

  • When configuring an Augmentation Query for a Classification or Regression Augmentation, there are now dynamic Population Date options. These options are more intuitive than the former time selections related to the population on which you want to make predictions. They also allow you to re-run Augmentations on a dynamically updating population without having to modify the query. A static data is still an option for those who wish to keep their data constant.


Platform Improvements & Bugs Squashed

  • If you had changed your default currency symbol from $ to something else, e.g. £ or € in the Company Settings we were still displaying a $ sign in chart labels in Storyboards. This has been fixed to now show the relevant currency symbol.. (ref 12933)

  • We fixed an issue where it was impossible to delete a Dimension if there were any nodes that had been deleted from that Dimension at any point in the last 7 weeks. (ref 13078)



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