Use the td_delete_model() function to remove the information of a saved model from the Model Catalog, and optionally also delete the model tables associated with the model.
The required argument name specifies the name of the model to be deleted.
- If TRUE, the model objects related to the model are deleted/dropped.
- If FALSE, only the information from the catalog will be removed. This is the default value.
Example PrerequisitesFollow the steps in td_save_model() to create and save a model.
Example 1: Only delete model information from the Model Catalog.
> td_delete_model('glm_model') Deleted the model 'glm_model' successfully. Model Objects that can be dropped: "alice"."r__t__sqlmr_stdout_1594617222690011 ", "alice"."r__t__td_glm_mle0_1594617222126955".
Example 2: Delete model information from the Model Catalog and drop model objects as well.
- Save the mode again with a different name.
This example will not work without saving the model again if Example 1 above is executed, since the model would already have been deleted.
> td_save_model(model = td_glm_out1, name = "glm_model_2", description = "GLM test 2")
- Delete model information from the Model Catalog and drop model objects as well.
> td_delete_model('glm_model_2', TRUE) Deleted the model 'glm_model_2' successfully. Model Objects dropped successfully.