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A session is a grouping of traces based on a session ID attribute. When building or debugging a chatbot application, being able to see groups of messages or traces belonging to a series of interactions between a human and the AI can be particularly helpful. By adding session.id and user.id as attributes to spans, you can:

  • Find exactly where a conversation "breaks" or goes off the rails. This can help identify if a user becomes progressively more frustrated or if a chatbot is not helpful.

  • Find groups of traces where your application is not performing well. Adding session.id and/or user.id from an application enables back-and-forth interactions to be grouped and filtered further.

  • Construct custom metrics based on evals using session.id or user.id to find best/worst performing sessions and users.

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OpenAI GPT-4o Support

Test out the newest model from OpenAI, GPT-4o, now available in Prompt Playground in Arize. With vision / image support, prompt template logging, and tracing you can monitor and iterate on your LLM applications using GPT-4.


Join Evals on Existing Traces

  • Send in latent evals through our Python SDK. They will be joined daily on spans with matching span_ids. The functionality is very similar to that of latent actuals or tags, but with Evals.

  • Send in your evaluations through the new log_evaluations method in the new Python SDK v7.16.1.

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Programmatically Create Dashboards

Replicate a particular set of widgets across various dashboards, clone an entire dashboard, or integrate dashboard creation into your automated onboarding workflows with more ease. Learn more ->

Homepage Refresh

Designed to streamline your workflow, so you can hop right into tracking and troubleshooting your projects.

Python SDK v.7.17.0

  • Add session.id and user.id to spans batch logging

  • Send Arize schema as part of the request body

Learn about Python SDK fixes and improvements here.

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