View the IQ Bot performance report in real-time on the Dashboard.

The report appears when you log in to the IQ Bot Portal. The dashboard summarizes the performance report and provides document processing information in a graphic format. The information shown consists of: document classification, straight-through processing (STP), accuracy, and human validation for information on actions for a specific learning instance so you can focus on areas that require attention.

The IQ Bot dashboard is divided into two primary areas:
  • My Totals
  • My Learning Instances

My Totals area

My totals is a display area of the Dashboard that provides a quick overall view of the status of all learning instances in the Production environment.

View the following information in the My Totals area:
  • Files Processed: The total number of files uploaded against a learning instance, which are in the production environment.

  • Straight-through processing (STP): The percentage of total number of uploaded files that were successfully processed without manual intervention.

  • Accuracy: The field accuracy, which is a percentage value of fields that have been accurately identified. This includes fields whose Optical Character Recognition (OCR) confidence levels exceed the confidence threshold that were set.

My Learning Instances area

View details of learning instances you have created that are in the Staging and Production environments.

View information for learning instances in the staging environment:
  • Name of the learning instance
  • The domain or type of documents. For example, invoices and receipts.
  • Number of documents in the learning instance
  • A graphical representation of trained documents showing the details in percentages
View information for learning instances in the production environment:
  • Number of files processed
  • Straight-Through Processing (STP) percentage of files that were successfully processed without manual intervention
  • Field accuracy in percentages
Important: Sometimes, the number of documents in the Dashboard and in the Learning Instance summary page do not match the number of documents submitted for processing. This can occur when documents are classified into groups that are not in production. Documents in this category are not processed (by design), leading to a mismatch between the number of processed documents and the number of total documents. In such a case, if these groups are moved to production, the total numbers of documents will match.