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A common headache for data analysts is how to pick a manageable set of meaningful attributes and features from a list of hundreds or more. Our new approach to data analysis puts an end to this guessing game. Our Explainable AI software discovers and visually explains interesting patterns and causal relations in complex data, supporting data analysts in the construction of trustable decision-making AI models.

Pattern Miner

Pattern Miner automatically decomposes the data into a manageable set of statistically robust data patterns, each of which can be concisely described with just a few attributes. 

Causal Analyst

 Visual Causal Analyst distills correlations that exist among these patterns into a terse set of causal relationships. This process eliminates all spurious correlations and makes it easy to discern true interactions within the data. This is illustrated in Step 3 below.

Data Context Map

The Data Context Map visualizes both patterns and relationships in an integrated and intuitive fashion. Analysis can freely interact with this visual layout to explore new patterns and relationships, creating new subpopulations. Simplifies data analysis by combating information overload.

How It Works
Step 1: Data Ingestion 
AI-Data Lake
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Enterprise users login through a web browser and access their pre-configured AI-Rover Notebook, which includes Zeblok's AI-WorkStation and our exclusive Explainable-AI algorithm.

Users then ingest their data into the AI-Data Lake using their choice of:

  • Data browser portal

  • ZBL magic commands


  • Data Lake Desktop App

  • HTTP Source

Step 2: Start the Automated Analysis and See the Data Patterns in the Context of Their Relevant Attributes

Our software decomposes high-dimensional input data into a set of independent data patterns.  Each pattern consists of data items that behave similarly in terms of a given target variable and are succinctly defined by just a small set of attributes, making them easy to understand. This analysis typically only takes a few minutes.  

After the analyst has selected data patterns that appear interesting, the system produces an easy-to-read visual layout of these patterns in the context of their relevant attributes.  In the image below, the green and red disks are patterns with unusually high or low values in the target attribute (disk radius encodes pattern size) and the triangles nearby are the attributes that define them. 

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Step 3: Add the Causal Interactions Among the Data Patterns

Many data analytics packages compute correlations among attributes to indicate relationships. But correlation does not necessarily imply causation. Our causal inference engine establishes true causal relationships, which imply a direction. For example, smoking causes cancer but not vice versa. Our visualization interface conveys the intricate web of causal relationships in a single intuitive map.

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Step 4: Use the Identified Patterns & Relationships in Your Application

Our software is available as a Jupyter Notebook plug-in and can be easily integrated into an existing data analyst’s workflow. Simply select one (or more) data pattern in the visualization interface and export it as a data frame into your downstream application, such as training a neural network, decision tree, etc. 

More Analytical Tools
See How Patterns Change Over Time to Aid in Predictive Analysis, Form Hypotheses Using Our Pattern and Feature Engineering Suite

Patterns often change over time. Our  immigration visualization interface allows analysts to observe these changes and gain valuable insights for predictive analysis. This interface is further boosted into our temporal causal analysis engine. 

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Use our interactive pattern sculpting interface to view, edit and specify new patterns of interest. Then quickly test the effectiveness of new attributes, and features derived from them by examining their ability to form new patterns and causal relationships. 

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Use Cases (By Department)



IT Operations

  • Demand forecasting

  • Predictive lead scoring

  • Price optimization

  • Sales content personalization and analytics

Human Resources

  • Segmentation & Targeting

  • Customer Churn

  • Customer Lifetime value

  • Customer Attribution

  • Marketing mix modeling

  • Anomaly/Threat detection

  • Event Correlation

  • Intelligent alerting and escalations

Accounting & Finance

  • Best fit Assessment

  • Attrition Detection

  • Financial Forecasting

  • Intelligent Audit

  • ML for tracking & fixing accounting errors