While participants are answering queries, you can track the state of the
experiment by visiting
http://[url]:8421/dashboard. Initially, this will be
fairly barren because users haven’t responded.
After users respond, the dashboard will show the following information:
Basic information (start time, number of participants, etc)
User response times (e.g., when did the users respond?)
Server side timing (e.g., how long did it take to process each API endpoint?)
Client side timing (e.g., how long did they spend waiting or thinking about their response?)
Algorithm timing (e.g., how long do model updates take?)
An embedding for each algorithm.
The list of targets.
A static dashboard is visible at dashboard.html. This example doesn't render the images, but they're shown in the static images below. Here are some screenshots from that example:
Bolded links are particularly useful. I download all bolded links before stopping or restarting the machine running Salmon (except the query page).
Server side timing
Client side timing
I only show the first 4 targets below; the other targets can be seen in the embedding above.