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I know it was written somewhere as a description in a manual how to construct ones folders... I can't find it anymore... can someone plz tell me what would be the best strategy to organise one's experiments in the folders?
The RapidMiner recommended repository structure is to create a folder for each project, and then within that to have one subfolder for data and another subfolder for processes. This keeps everything quite organized.
If you have only a single process and a single data repository for a given project, then you can probably skip the subdirectories :-)
And you can also add higher level folders for grouping your projects if that is a relevant organizational layer for your work.
My standard folder structure per project is like this:
- data- app-- View 1-- View 2-- View 3...- processes-- subprocesses- results- models- static- debug data
might be worth to write an article on it
Highly recommended way is using RapidMiner server(There is a free version available)
Here is another article that describes how to share repositories in absense of a server