Post Model Training¶
This guide details how to use your newly trained model, which is now in your local model cache. You must add your new model to a project, either locally or via publishing to the model catalog. Then you can see how your model performs by installing the model and starting up your application.
Add the Model to a Project¶
There are two ways to add a model to a project: Locally or via the Dashboard.
Add a Model to a Project Locally¶
Navigate to the project directory from a terminal window
Run the add models command, using the
--local-versionflag to add the model to alwaysai.app.json
$ aai app models add <username/modelname> --local-version <version>
Add the Model to a Project via the Dashboard¶
Publish the Model to the Model Catalog¶
Run publish command to add the model to “My Models” on your Dashboard
$ aai model publish username/modelname
Add the Model to an Existing Project via the Dashboard¶
Once you have successfully uploaded your model to the model catalog, you can add it to an existing project.
Navigate to the that project in the ‘Projects’ tab in the Dashboard, and viewing the models section
Then, you can click on the ‘+’ symbol to choose from your models
Use the Model in the Project¶
Change the model used in
alwaysai/modelnamein main() at the top of the file to use your desired model, like so:
Start the Application¶
Install the model, using
aai app installif on a Windows or Mac, or
aai app buildif on a Linux or deploying to the edge. You can always visit this page for information on building and starting applicatins.
$ aai app install
$ aai app build
Run the Project
Run the project using the
aai app start command
$ aai app start