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No-Code AI Apps

No-Code AI Apps allow you to build and configure AI-powered applications using a no-code interface to enable core DataRobot services without having to build models and evaluate their performance in DataRobot. Applications are easily shared and do not require users to own full DataRobot licenses in order to use them. Applications also offer a great solution for broadening your organization's ability to use DataRobot's functionality.

See the associated considerations for important additional information.

Applications tab

The Applications tab lists any apps that you or a team member has created in a Use Case.

From this tab, you can:

Element Description
Application name Click to launch an application.
Source View the model used to create the application.
Settings Control the columns displayed in this tab.
More options Click to remove an application from the Use Case.

Create an app

In Workbench, you can create applications directly from a model in your experiment, so that you and other team members can quickly begin making predictions and generating data visualizations.

To create an app:

  1. Follow the instructions to set up and run an experiment. Then, select the model you want to use to power the application.
  2. Click Model actions > Create app.

  3. Select an application type: Predictor, What-if, or Optimizer. Your selection determines the initial configuration of the app.

    Select a new application type

    To change application type once you've made a selection, click Select Application type at the top of the page.

  4. Name the app and choose a sharing optionAnyone With the Sharing Link automatically generates a link that can be shared with non-DataRobot users while Invited Users Only limits sharing to other DataRobot users, groups, and organizations.

  5. When you're done, click Build Application. In a new tab, you'll be prompted to sign in with DataRobot and authorize read/write access.

Next steps

From here, you can:

Updated September 6, 2023
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