Managing Models

Learn how to work with your Data Science models.

After you choose a project, click Models (Notebook Sessions is the default view).

From a Models view, you can:

  • Select a model to view all of its details and work with it.

  • Use the Actions icon (three dots) to view details, edit, move a model resource, or delete a model.

  • For Created By: and OCID:, you can use Show to see the full name of the user that created the notebook session. Use Copy to copy the name to your clipboard to use elsewhere.

  • Use the List Scope filter to view models associated with your selected project in another compartment.

  • Filter models by status using the Model State drop-down list. The default is to view all status types.

  • When there are tags applied to models, you can further filter models by clicking add or clear next to Tag Filters.

Creating Models

After you have trained a model, you can save it in your model catalog to centralize the storage of model artifacts and to be able to track model metadata. Use one of these methods for saving your model:

Saving Models with the Oracle Accelerated Data Science SDK
Saving Models with the Console Interface

Viewing Model Details

You can either click the notebook session's name or the Actions icon (three dots), and click View Details to open the model details page.

Editing Models

You can either click the model's name or the Actions icon (three dots), and click Edit. You can change the name and description of the model and then save your changes.

Downloading Models

You can either click the model's name or the Actions icon (three dots), and click Download Model Artifact to download the model artifact ZIP archive to your local machine.

Applying Tags to Models

You can either click the model's name or the Actions icon (three dots), and click Add Tags or the Tags tab.

You can apply both defined and free form tags to models using Working with Resource Tags.

Moving Model Resources

You can move a model resource from its current compartment to a different one.

For example, you may want to move a model to promote it from a development compartment to production compartment, or you could change the visibility of the model.

You can either click the model's name or the Actions icon (three dots), and click Move Resource. Select the destination compartment and click Move Resource.

Deactivating Models

You can either click the model's name or the Actions icon (three dots), and click Deactivate to mark an active model as inactive. You can reactivate it later.

Activating Models

You can either click the model's name or the Actions icon (three dots), and click Activate to mark an inactive models as active.

Deleting Models

You can either click the model's name or the Actions icon (three dots), and click Delete to delete a model.

Caution

When you delete a model, its metadata and saved ZIP artifact are deleted and cannot be restored.