Analytics Manager > Working with Analysis Jobs > Create an Analysis Job
Create an Analysis Job
Analysis jobs are normally executed based on the configured analysis events. However, you can manually create an analysis job.
Complete the following steps to create a job, submit it, and view its results:
1. On the Analysis Jobs page, click New.
2. In the New Analysis Job window, complete the following steps:
a. From the Analysis Provider drop-down list, select the analysis provider.
b. From the Model Name drop-down list, select the model that you uploaded for the provider that you have selected.
c. Under the Input Data Row Values section, enter the input values. Alternatively, click Upload Input Files to upload a file as an input to the model. For more information, see Upload Different Types of Models.
d. Click Add Row.
e. To set a row as a parent row, click Set Parent Row, and then add values to the row. After you set a row as parent row, you can add multiple input rows as children rows under it.
You can create multiple parent rows, and add multiple children rows under each parent row.
f. If you have added an input row and want to delete it, click Delete Row.
g. Click Submit Job.
3. If you are unable to see the job under Analysis Job Listing immediately, click Refresh Now. You can also set the Refresh Job widget to On to query job results periodically.
4. To view completed jobs, clear the Filter Completed Jobs check box.
5. To view complete details of a job, select the job and click View.The Job Details page is displayed. You can do either of the following:
In the Information pane, view general information about the job.
In the Inputs pane, view the input values that you have entered while submitting a job.
In the Results pane, view the result of the job. If the job result includes a result file, the name and download link is available under the Result Files from Analysis Job section. You can click the link to download the result file.
Alternatively, you can use the Analysis Models page to test whether you can successfully execute a job and verify that expected results are generated. You can view details about jobs created from the Analysis Models page under Analysis Job Listing.
For every analysis job, the agent automatically receives the input timestamp as the value of the inputTimestamp field of the input data shape. For analysis jobs that are associated with trigger of an analysis event, this specifies the time at which the event was triggered. For any analysis jobs that are not associated with any event, this specifies that time at which the job was created.
For analysis jobs that are created with time series data as the input, the timestamp of each input row is sent to the agent.
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