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Availability information

Workbench is a Public Preview feature that is on by default and enabled for all users. It is subject to change. Be aware that Support SLA agreements are not applicable.

Notebooks are also Public Preview but are disabled by default.

Contact your DataRobot representative or administrator for information on enabling or disabling either feature.

The components and workflow that comprise DataRobot's Workbench interface are summarized in the following sections:

Topic Describes...
Getting started What is Workbench?
Use Cases Learn about Workbench Use Cases.
Data preparation Learn how to connect, import, and wrangle your data.
Experiments Learn how to create, compare, and manage experiements.
Predictions Learn how to make predictions in Workbench.
No-Code AI Apps Learn how to configure AI-powered applications using a no-code interface.
Notebooks Learn how to access the in-browser editor to create and execute code for data science analysis and modeling.
Capability matrix An evolving comparison of capabilities available in DataRobot Classic and Workbench.

Updated March 21, 2023
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