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                                                   Error Graph should automatically scale


2010-08-23 11:46:07

I am currently seeing a graph with error of 5% for all iterations seen on the screen. I would prefer a graph that shows from 10% to 0% s that I can see if the iterations are improving the error graph

2010-08-23 12:55:36

Error graph looks good when you try to retrain. I guess it starts with a lower error and is therefore able to scale the y axis effectively

2010-08-24 10:28:39

The Error Graph automatically scales, maybe you accidently clicked twice on the graph and therefore selected a fixed area of the graph.

There is a menu when you right click on the graph.

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