TIM Studio is an intuitive web interface to Tangent Works' end-to-end platform for time-series projects. It brings the power of Machine Learning to the fingertips of even the least technical users, without compromising on speed, accuracy or configurability. Thanks to TIM's shared repository and TIM's architecture, TIM Studio is now elevated from another interface to consume TIM's analytics capabilities, to a platform bringing all of your work together in a structured and intuitive way.
You can find TIM Studio on https://tim-platform.tangent.works/.
TIM Studio is built on three pillars:
- Precanned Solutions,
- Platform & Project Management, and
A user can start working through TIM Studio with precanned solutions, leaning on demos and use case templates that are tailored to the industry of their interest. When confident with the way of working, the user can continue on to experimentation.
Use Case Templates
When trying out unfamiliar technology, or searching for inspiration for new business challenges to overcome, a precanned example can go a long way in making you succesful. We recognize this, and work to provide a variety of real-world use case templates that range across industry, across business area and across Machine Learning challenge. These templates can be accessed and explored from right within TIM Studio. Additionally, this list of templates is continuously updated and expanded upon. In our Use Case Library and the Use Case Templates section of the documentation, you can find an up-to-date overview of the templates that are provided.
Platform & Project Management
To support every user on their journey to incorporate Machine Learning in their day-to-day business, TIM Studio strives to offer a logical and intuitive process all the way from first dataset upload to interpretation of final results. This process can be fairly direct, or involve many intermediate steps, depending on the use case and the goals of the person using TIM Studio. Regardless of your desired use, you will find TIM Studio to be intuitive in helping to accomplish what you set out to do. Nevertheless, you can find the answer to any question that comes up in this documentation.
Experimentation can happen directly in TIM Studio, as well as across a range of data platforms that TIM integrates with. All experiments – regardless of where they were performed – will eventually be available from within TIM Studio too.
Integration across Platforms
The integration with other platforms has become even stronger with TIM Studio v2.1 and TIM v5.0; the shared repository will make it possible to consult any analytics done with TIM in TIM Studio, regardless of the original platform used.
For more information about the supported platforms, check out the section on TIM on platforms.
When satisfied with an experiment, the user can move on to production, using the results for decision making and monitoring model behavior and model performance over time.
In productions, the goal is for the user to start using the predictions (forecasts, detections) that come out of the models and allow them to help in the decision making process, thereby setting themselves up to reap the rewards of embracing analytics.
Once a user is scaling up these efforts, it will be vital to keep track of the models that are running in production and how their performance evolves. Here MLOps comes into play, and monitoring of the models over time. TIM Studio is built to help you in this process and give you an intuitive overview of your use cases, experiments and jobs, including the evolution of metrics over iterations.