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Creating a Qlik AutoML connection

Qlik AutoML connections are created in the data load editor or the hub.

Once you have created a connection, you can select data from the available tables to send to Qlik AutoML for calculations, and then load that data into your app. This connection can not only be used in your data load script but also in chart expressions to call model endpoints and perform real time chart expression calculations.

Information noteIn order for a deployment to appear in the ML deployment dropdown, you must select Enable real-time API access in the Create ML deployment dialog window when creating the deployment.

Configurable settings

The following settings can be configured in the connection dialog:

Configurable settings in the connection dialog
Field Description
  • ML deployment: The ML deployed model that will be employed to produce predictions.

    Information noteThis dropdown list can display a maximum of 100 deployments.
Response Table
  • Name of Returned Table: Name of the returned table from the deployed machine learning model.

  • Include SHAP: If checked, the SHAP values will be included in the response.

  • Include Apply dataset: If checked, the source data will be included in the response.

  • Include Errors: If checked, the response will include a column with the reason why the prediction was not produced.

  • Association Field: The name of the field in the source data table containing a unique identifier to use as an index in the response data. The column will be included with its original name and values. This is intended to allow the user to join results with source data. This can be any field with a unique ID, either from the source data or as part of the table load process.

Name The name of the connection. The default name will be used if you do not enter a name.

Creating a new connection

  1. Access the connector through the Data load editor:

    Click Create new connection and select the Qlik AutoML connector from the list.

  2. Fill out the connection dialog fields.

  3. Click Create.

Your connection is now listed under Data connections in the Data load editor.