This section talks about the categories of a model, the elements that define your taxonomy, and the one with which you will work more often.
Categories are the elements that determine how a text is going to be classified once the model is completely defined, and what you should modify and tune when any mistake is detected during the quality assessment process.
When you access a model, you will be able to add new categories by introducing a code and a label. The category created will be empty, except for the two fields defined. This is what you will see when you add a category with "001" as code and "My first category" as label:
If one of the values specified is not correct, you will see an error message specifying why the category could not be created. There are three types of errors:
For each category created you will see a small summary of its contents: the number of each type of terms in it, and the number of words in the training text. The last column indicates when the category was last updated.
In the first column of the table there are two actions associated to the category:
Every category created will be shown in this table, where you will be able to select how many categories to show in each page, order them by code or by label and filter them dynamically by text appearance.
You can also access the editing view of a category by clicking on its label.
To modify any field of a category, you will have to access its editing view. From there, you can modify its basic attributes, define rules for classification and add training texts for the statistical classification.
The fields available will enable you to completely define every category of a model. The fields are divided in three sections:
The basic fields of a category are the following:
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Only Code and Label are mandatory to create a category.