How to import samples
Sample file csv layout
An example file is located here. It consists of 5 columns. Columns
are the input columns and column
y is the value returned from the 4D spherical function.
In general the csv file must contain a single header row with the names of the input parameters and all outputs. Each run of the model/function is a row in the file. All inputs and outputs must be scalar values.
These instructions reference the csv file located here. This file contains 120 samples of the 4D spherical function.
The inputs are labeled
x4 and the function value is in the column
- Click on the 'New Project' button in the project browser
- Fill out the dialog box as shown. It is important that the input names and ranges match those in the csv file
- Click the next button.
- Click the import button on the select samples dialog. Click "Browse..." which will open a file dialog. Select the csv file you want to import. This will show a scatterplot matrix preview of the data.
- Click the "Run" button which will build the GP model.
- Once the GP model is done building the response selector dialog will appear. There is an option for each output, whether you want to minimize, maximize or ignore it. For the spherical function we want to minimize it. Then click the "Ok" button which will open the main Tuner project window.
- By default, no response is selected. To select the response, click the controls tab. Then in the "Response 1" combo box, select "y" as the output.
This will activate the hyperslice matrix.