A new page appears where you can configure all the settings for the synthetization job. These settings are organized by the following tabs:


Here you can specify the number of training subjects, generated subjects, and the training parameters per table.


Here you can link your tables using their primary key and foreign key.

Column details

Here you can review the encoding types that MOSTLY AI assigned and configure column-specific training and synthetization parameters.

Configure Run Data

Above these tabs, there’s a field where you can update the job name. This may come in handy if you want to look up and download your synthetic data assets from the job history. This name will be used for the ZIP file containing the resulting synthetic tables if you’re synthesizing a subject table-event table dataset.

Configure Run Data

In the next step, we’ll dive into the settings and configure your synthetization job.