I’m working with a custom recipe that has a model update. I’d like to train the model with the
on_load function but it seems the docs for this have a mistake.
For the basic example:
def on_load(controller): sessions = controller.store.get(dataset) for session in sessions: for task in session: if task['answer'] == 'accept': my_custom_model.update(task['text'], task['label'])
There is the following error:
AttributeError: 'Controller' object has no attribute 'store'
This is with prodigy 1.5.1
What is the correct way to access the past sessions?