The Wale editor provides an intuitive interface to help you build prompts on custom datasets.
It features tabs, variables, and live templating. The editor is designed to be user-friendly and efficient, leaving you to focus on prompting rather than templating.
Import data or start from scratch
You can import your CSV or create one using Wale’s spreadsheet editor.
With Wale, you have the flexibility of how you use data. With a CSV, simply import it into Wale with a few clicks. Alternatively, you can use Wale's spreadsheet editor to create a new Sheet and populate it with your own data.
Good parameters are crucial for effective prompting.
The right combination can significantly improve the accuracy, reliability, and cost of your prompts. With Wale, you can easily adjust parameters such as temperature and maximum sequence length.
Wale's View History feature lets you review your previous prompt execution.
You can quickly access a detailed history of all your prompts, including their input data, parameters, and output results. This allows you to track the progress of your prompts over time and compare different experiments.