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FAQ

Where can I find the token and model_id for the Aporia SDK?

Go to the "versions" page, which can be found in the model sidebar. Once there, clicking any of the integrations will show you a code snippet that contains your token and model_id.

Does the Aporia SDK affect the performance of my application?

For the most part, no - the SDK works in a separate thread in the background, and shouldn't have a noticeable effect on the performance of your application.

There are a few exceptions to this rule:

  • The create_model_version function is blocking.
  • Functions that log training/test data are blocking, and might involve a noticeable computational overhead, depending on the size of the dataset your are logging.

Is it possible to report historical predictions?

Yes - you can report historical predictions (i.e. predictions that happened in the past) using the occurred_at parameter in the log_prediction function.

Can I modify a prediction after I report it?

No - The fields that are reported by log_prediction (namely features and predictions) cannot be changed after they are reported.

This also applies to raw_inputs or actuals that have been reported with the same prediction ID.

Can I add raw_inputs or actuals to a prediction after I report it?

Yes - You can report raw_inputs and actuals for a prediction after you report the features and prediction values by using the same prediction ID.

I created a new monitor - when will it run?

Monitor scheduling is based on the inspection period you defined when creating the monitor.

As a rule of thumb, monitor scheduling is calculated as ~inspection_period / 12. For example, if you configure a monitor to inspect the last hour, it will run roughly every ~5 minutes.

How do I invite a new user to my organization?

Go to the team page in the sidebar.

How much does Aporia cost?

See our pricing.