Mark a new sample from the problems subset as complete
Unlike Extraction New Samples, Problem New Samples are not removed automatically from the New Samples document set. The best practice is to mark each sample document from the Problems subset as complete after you add it to a training set. Once you mark a document complete, the Complete icon appears in the Trained column to indicate that the document no longer requires attention.
If necessary, you can filter your documents so that only those documents left to process are displayed.
You can mark one or more document from the Problems subset as complete by following these steps:
- Open the Documents window if it is not already open.
New Samples document subset.
The document set expands, the Problems document subset is selected by default, and the problem documents are displayed.
Optionally, add documents to the
Classification Set or the
Extraction Set as required.
When you add a document to a training set, the Complete icon is displayed in the Classification and Extraction columns.
Select the completed documents, and on the Documents toolbar, select
Change State to Complete.
The Complete icon is displayed in the Trained column for each document selected.
- Optionally, filter the samples to exclude completed documents.
delete the completed sample documents.
Problems subset once they are added to their respective training sets. This is because the document information is now part of the training sets and the Generic Knowledge Base.The best practice is to remove all trained and complete documents from the
The selected documents are removed from the Problems document subset.