Syre will save you hours by automating your analysis.
You will learn how to
- Assign analysis scripts
- Modify run parameters
- Analyze your project
You need Python or R installed for this section.
If you don't use these for your analysis, you can skip this section and learn how Syre integrates with your file system.>> Learn about file system integration >>
Let's see how Syre automatically organizes and analyzes data.
0. Before we begin
Make sure you've installed your preferred language bindings.>> Install the language bindings >>
The scripts provided use additional libraries/packages for convenience. Install them for your language before continuing.
1. Add the analysis scripts to your project
First, click anywhere in the background of the canvas to clear any selections. Then, either
- Drag and drop the script files into the project scripts area, or
- Click the Add scripts button
2. Assign the noise-stats script to run on the batch containers.
To tell Syre which scripts to run where, we must assign them to a container.
- Change the preview mode to Scripts. This isn't necessary to assign scripts, but allows to see what we're doing as we do it.
- Bulk select (shift + click) the four batch containers.
- Click the + button next to the Scripts section.
- Add the noise-stats script.
3. Assign the remaining scripts.
You can drag and drop scripts to assign them, too.
- Clear your selection to show the project scripts panel.
- Drag and drop the recipe-stats script on the Recipe A container. Do the same for Recipe B.
- Assign the recipe-comparison script to the data container.
You can remove script assignments from the properties editor.
4. Analyze the project.
If you're receiving an error while running, scroll to the bottom to troubleshoot.
The time has come! We can finally see how Syre can automatically analyze our data and organize the results.
- Change to the data preview. Again, this isn't necessary, but makes it easier to see the changes occurring.
- Click the Analyze button.
- There is no second step, that's how easy it is!
Now that you've seen the core of Syre's functionality, let's see how it integrates with the file system.
Getting the analysis running for the first time can sometimes take a little debugging. Here is how to solve the most common problems. Don't hesitate to send us a message if you need any help.