In deepset Cloud, you work within an organization to which you were invited. Each organization may have multiple workspaces with different data. Users that are part of an organization can access all the workspaces in this organization. Pipelines and data are not shared among workspaces.
After logging in, you land on the Home page, where you can view your workspace statistics, the number of searches run last week, and the details of the last five searches. These include the top answer (the answer with the highest relevance score) and the top file (the file containing the top answer). The search time is in seconds.
You can quickly switch between workspaces. Just click the workspace name and choose the one you want to switch to.
Here's an explanation of what each navigation item does:
|Switch between workspaces
Create a workspace (just type the name of the new workspace). You can create up to 10 workspaces.
|Access the guided workflow to create a pipeline.
Check your workspace statistics, like the number of files or latest searches.
|Upload files. These are the files your pipeline uses for search.
Manage existing files (view, delete, preview, filter by metadata).
|Create a labeling project to label search results. You can later export these results to create an evaluation dataset for experiments.
|Upload evaluation datasets. These are the CSV files used in experiments to evaluate your pipeline.
Manage existing evaluation sets (download, export, view, and delete).
Manage existing pipelines (deploy, undeploy, edit, view pipeline details, share pipelines, check groundedness, and export user feedback).
Click the name of a pipeline to check its details, such as feedback, queries, observability dashboard, logs, and so on.
|Choose a template.
|Test your pipelines.
|Engineer your prompts, try out different prompts, and compare them across up to three pipelines.
Choose a prompt from a library of curated prompts.
|Create experiments. They're a way of systematically evaluating your pipelines.
Manage existing experiments (edit, delete, check details).
|Work in a Jupyter notebook.
To access your personal settings, your organization and workspace settings, your connections to model providers, and documentation click your name in the top right corner.
You can work in deepset Cloud through one of these interfaces:
- An intuitive, user-friendly graphical user interface, where you can see real-life updates and get immediate feedback on your actions.
- REST API for a platform-independent way to communicate with deepset Cloud. It supports all the tasks available in GUI.
- An open source SDK package you can customize. Currently, it contains methods for efficient file operations, such as upload or listing.
Updated about 1 month ago