Project and Analysis Representation - Teradata Warehouse Miner - 5.4.4

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All of the Teradata Warehouse Miner analyses are stored as intermediate objects within the project. Even though the underlying algorithms for each analysis are different, all of the analyses are stored here using the same object. The parameters and results properties of each object contain .NET classes that differ in appearance according to the underlying algorithm. As parameters are set through the user interface, the analysis is updated automatically prior to executing or saving the analysis.

Analyses must exist in one and only one project. Existing analyses can be added to multiple projects, however, this results in a copy of the analyses being added as opposed to shared across projects. As such, analyses are not saved individually; when a project is saved, all new and changed analyses are saved.

Any number of projects can be created and/or opened within a given instance of Teradata Warehouse Miner.