Management system for running machine learning models.
Experiments in data science are the basics of success for businesses across the planet. We have entered into a time where data and the testing of data models can be the difference between success and failure for many companies and products.
Machine Learning needs to be a widely available tool. Data scientists from accross the globe need machine learning tools to run models, test their hypothesis and deliver verfiable data. It’s how smart decisions are made and provides a new level of confidence and less guesswork in terms of how products are made, industries managed, and company projections are created.
studio/ml was developed to minimize the overhead involved with scheduling, running, monitoring and managing artifacts of your machine learning experiments. No one wants to spend their time configuring different machines, setting up dependencies, or playing archeologist to track down previous model artifacts.
All of your projects in studio/ml dashboard design can be found in one place, along with a set of high-level tesing and results data. The user experience here is meant to offer users the ability to quickly scan their projects, the results to-date, and to pick up where they left off in their last session.
As we have come to expect with web applications, the design for studio/ml includes easy-to-use controls. All the functionality users need to run successful trains is always at their finger tips in the interactive sidebar, which also enables users to change course mid-stream if they are not getting the kind of results they need. Obviously, this level of functional design paves the way for incredibly efficient time usage, and reduces the amount of time wasted running scripts that are not productive.
If you can think it up and have the data ready, the world of machine learning is ready and waiting. As it always the case with Fuselab dashboard designs, we have focused on making everything other than the data itself clickable. The dissolution of traditional menu structures gives way to a truly interactive and responsive experience; and experience this seems to almost anticipate users needs as the each new set of results is delivered.
Having access to realtime status updates with visible completion graphics makes decision making and visual identification of success and potential problems that much easier.
However, access to information is only part of the goal with our status block feature. It is the progress meters and color-coded animations that set this deisgn apart from so many other similar machine learning platforms.
If you have been curious about how machine learning might help your company’s decision making, but you feel intimidated by all the new jargon and unfamiliar application processes, studio/ml and the effortless user experience designed by Fuselab is a great place to begin your journey.
As mentioned above the company health score can include as many types of activities that an organization may want to include. Each activity is given a distinct color and icon to give users and managers an obvious visual menu to choose. From each type of exercise, user can then drill down in that area to better understand where the score and percentages come from and where there is room for improvement.
Part of each exercise tracking mechanism is the ability to see it’s overall stress level as well as the effectiveness of the exercise over time.
The ability to compare project data and score individual outcomes requires a design team that understands user-centered design strategies. Through our research we were able to determine the most common types of summary data users wanted to see and that it was equally important to have the ability to look at this data within customized filters and as cumulative amounts over time or per class of data.
Fuselab Creative begins every aspect of every interactive design project with a laser focus on user needs and goals. These two aspects guide all of our design decisions, which also creates a rubric for judging the overall success of our design and also what we use to conduct our user testing.
Fro obvious reasons, data visualization is the foundation of all good machine learning platforms. When working with large amounts of data the only way to make the information manageable and useful is to create visual designs that display patterns, and trends within the data used.
Above you can see examples of colorized data plotting charts showing different learning rates with summary and percentage graphics at the top of each line. Our user interface allows for user to filter different types of views, such as sensitivity and accuracy, and then make further refinements within the interactive sidebar.
Features are color coded and set apart in an expanding card-style for simple configuration and experiment tracking and artifact saving.
Each model in our UI design has it’s own block of code which can be added and used to configure new experiments. The intuitive design allows for easy configuration and the displaying and comparing of results, which can be built upon in further train sessions.
Our design approach to the project landing page focused on allowing users to view high-level project status, including total project time, team activity, and summary data visuals. Project are also filterable by timeframe and can be found through keyword search as well.
All developed trains produce four common data types, such as precision, accuracy, sensitivity, and loss. Data visualization cards are updated in real-time for live trains, and interactive drill-downs can be performed to view initial trends and clusters of data.
Fuselab is a UX/UI design system shop above all else. The design system created for studio/ml seen here includes every design element and pixel detailed out in excruciating detail. Every pixel is accounted for in our approach to design systems. Upon completion of our design systems, we are 100% confident that any development team can take our design system and documentation and build the designed application with no questions asked.