Example: Selecting the Training Files for the Base Problem

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Example: Selecting the Training Files for the Base Problem

 

Once you have defined the base problem name, you need to define where the Training files reside.  To do this, double-click on the second column of the base problem.

The Batch Processor presents the Training File Selection dialog.  If the Batch Processor can find data files with the base problem name and the pattern, training, and test file extensions, the dialog will default to these names.  Since the current directory is already the NeuroShell 2 Examples Directory, all of the files (pattern, training, and test) should appear as defaults.

 

If you want to change these defaults, click on the disk button located to the left of the display for the file you want to change.  That will display a file selection box from which you may select a new file from the current directory or a new directory.

 

For our example, let's stick with the default files.  Once you select OK, notice the names of the data files appear in the Batch Grid.  This is a visual reminder that Training files have been selected for the problem.