Minitab Model Ops Support

Find detailed guidance to set up and use Minitab Model Ops, including tutorials that walk through examples of deployments with sample data sets. With Minitab Model Ops, you can easily operationalize and monitor your models.

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Model Ops Basics

Minitab® Statistical Software creates sophisticated predictive analytics models that you use for applications like prediction and forecasting. To predict and monitor with Minitab Model Ops, the first step is to import and deploy your model, including the baseline data. Then, you can upload prediction and stability data through standard HTTP requests. Next, you can monitor the drift and stability of the deployment using graphs and statistics to evaluate the performance of the champion and challenger models.

Model Ops Environment
Includes information about the Model Ops user interface, supported models, API keys, and the system audit log.
Import and Deploy Models
Create a new deployment from the Deployments page or deploy an existing model from the Model Repository. Learn how to add and delete models, change deployment settings and more.
Data Requirements and Integration
Each model requires a connection to the API endpoint. Learn how to integrate between platforms to easily retrieve prediction and stability data.
Monitor Deployed Models
Learn how to create drift and stability reports and assess the performance of the champion and challenger models.

Model Ops Tutorials

Deploy a Minitab model
Deploy and monitor a CART® Classification model that was created in Minitab® Statistical Software.

Deployment scenario and data sets: Deploy a Minitab model

Add and monitor challenger models
Add challenger models to the deployment that was created in the Deploy and monitor a Minitab model example.

Scenario and data sets: Add and monitor challenger models

Compare a Python model with a Minitab model
Compare a MLPRegressor model, created in sci-kit to a Random Forests® Regression model that was created in Minitab Statistical Software.

Scenario and data sets: Compare Python and Minitab models


You can also download a pdf of the Getting Started with Minitab Model Ops® guide from Documentation.