Category examples are conditionally displayed, depending on the type of analysis in use.
If a population analysis has been performed (e.g. “rare by mlcategory over process_name” - using the
over_field_name), then the category examples are not displayed. In this case, multiple categories may have been considered rare for this process_name. By expanding the row, you can see which categories were considered rare. In the current version, we did not write out these category examples because there could have been up to 10 different categories and up to 4 examples for each.
In order to identify the category example, then use the following in Dev Tools:
We understand this is not an ideal extra step, and we will be looking to improve on this in the future.
If the analysis is an individual analysis (i.e.
over_field_name is not used) then the category examples should be displayed. In general, if you can see the “mlcategory” value in the “found for” column, then the examples should be displayed.