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Openlayer now offers built-in GPT evaluation for your model outputs. You can write descriptive evaluations like "Make sure the outputs do not contain profanity," and we will use an LLM to grade your agent or model given this criteria.
We also added support for creating and running tests from Great Expectations (GX). GX offers hundreds of unique tests on your data, which are now available in all your Openlayer projects. Besides these, there are many other new tests available across different project task types. View the full list below ⬇️
You can now stream data real-time to Openlayer rather than uploading in batch. Alongside this, there is a new page for viewing all your model's requests in monitoring mode. You can now see a table of your model's usage in real-time, as well as metadata like token count and latency per-row.
We've shipped the V1 of our new TypeScript client! You can use this to log your requests to Openlayer if you are using OpenAI as a provider directly. Later, we will expand this library to support other providers and use cases. If you are interested, reach out and we can prioritize.
Finally, we're releasing a brand new http://docs.openlayer.com/ that offers more guidance on how to get the most out of Openlayer and features an updated, sleek UI.
As always, stay tuned for more updates and join our Discord community to be a part of our ongoing development journey 🤗
We're thrilled to announce a new and improved onboarding flow, designed to make your start with us even smoother. We've also completely redesigned the app navigation, making it more intuitive than ever.
You can now use several new consistency and integrity goals — fine-grained feature & label drift, dataset size-ratios, new category checks and more. These are described in more detail below.
You'll also notice a range of improvements — new Slack and email notifications for monitoring projects, enhanced dark mode colors and improved transactional email deliverability. We've reorganized several features for ease of use, including the subpopulation filter flow and the performance goal page layout.
If you're working in dev mode, check out the dedicated commit page where you can view all the commit's metadata and download your models and data to use locally.
Stay tuned for more updates and join our Discord community to be a part of our ongoing development journey. 🚀👥
It’s been a couple of months since we posted our last update, but not without good reason! Our team has been cranking away at our two most requested features: support for LLMs and real-time monitoring / observability. We’re so excited to share that they are both finally here! 🚀
We’ve also added a Slack integration, so you can receive all your Openlayer notifications right where you work. Additionally, you’ll find tons of improvements and bug fixes that should make your experience using the app much smoother.
We’ve also upgraded all Sandbox accounts to a free Starter plan that allows you to create your own project in development and production mode. We hope you find this useful!
Join our Discord for more updates like this and get closer to our development journey!
This week we shipped a huge set of features and improvements, including our solution for regression projects!
Finally, you can use Openlayer to evaluate your tabular regression models. We’ve updated our suite of goals for these projects, added new metrics like mean squared error (MSE) and mean absolute error (MAE), and delivered a new set of tailored insights and visualizations such as residuals plots.
This update also includes an improved notification system: toasts that present in the bottom right corner when creating or updating goals, projects, and commits. Now, you create all your goals at once with fewer button clicks.
Last but not least, you can now download the models and datasets under a commit within the platform. Simply navigate to your commit history and click on the options icon to download artifacts. Never worry about losing track of your models or datasets again.
We are thrilled to release the first edition of our company's changelog, marking an exciting new chapter in our journey. We strive for transparency and constant improvement, and this changelog will serve as a comprehensive record of all the noteworthy updates, enhancements, and fixes that we are constantly shipping. With these releases, we aim to foster a tighter collaboration with all our amazing users, ensuring you are up to date on the progress we make and exciting features we introduce. So without further ado, let's dive into the new stuff!
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