1. Overview Overview

The main purpose of Workflows is to automate complex decision-based business engineering and data processes with zero to low code application that can import, pre-process, learn and predict. Using Workflows, one can use a powerful and flexible canvas to build workflows and share them with others. This documentation serves as a resource for learning about Workflows and the available workers for new and advanced users of d3VIEW and Workflows.

Figure 1: Workflow Example

Watch this short video about Workflows to gain a general understanding of the application:

1.2. |list| What Will Be Covered:

  1. Accessing and Workflows Home
  2. New Workflow and Edit Mode Interface
  3. Importing Data including START worker configuration
  4. Adding and configuring workers
  5. Saving, Exporting and Sharing
  6. Executing and Run Mode Interface
  7. Viewing Data and Results
  8. Accessing Workers Library
  9. Example Workflows
  10. Iteration
  11. Parallelization
  12. Curve Digitizer
  13. List of Workers
  14. Workflow Cheat Sheets
  15. Workflow Glossary
  16. Show Me How Videos
  17. FAQs

1.3. |th-large| Accessing the Application

Click on the Workflow logo under the Application Menu to access the application. The App Menu can be accessed under the table header icon in the left upper corner of the page. Click this icon to open the app menu, and click it again too close.

Figure 2: Accessing Workflows

1.4. |home| Workflows Home

Your workflows home page presents all your workflows as thumbnails. You can search for workflows, filter through them and view them in grid or list formats.

Figure 3: Workflows Home Page

You can perform actions on individual workflows through this page. The following image maps out the actions listed below.

Figure 4: Workflow Thumbnail Actions

  1. New Workflow: Creates new workflow
  2. Workflow Options: Commands on individual workflows
  3. Name of the workflow: Click on name to open
  4. Thumbnail: Quick view of the workflow