(Eliza Database Editor)
3 - General Reply Database
1. Creating New ChatBot
2. Setting ChatBot Information
3. General Reply Database
If you have just created a new chatbot. The next step is to update the chatbot basic information. Once Basic information is done, it is advisable to edit its general reply database before you start teaching the new chatbot.
To start, Click on "General Reply Database" button as highlighted by the red oval shape below:
Then you will get a new screen. Click on the drop down combo box you will have a list of choices on what type of general reply you would like to edit.
Assuming that you have selected the standard reply for Greetings.
1. First select the greeting that you
wish to edit (by clicking on it) [Marked 1]
3. You may
start typing (replacing) the reply that you desire. (Marked 3)
If it is put as say, 3 , this reply will not be selected unless user input is classified as rude and his rudeness rating will increase until it is equal and more than 3 before this reply will be selected and displayed.
6. CondYes,No,Why,Doubt,ElaborateID: Normally this is 0.
If a reply ID (other than 0) is selected for CondYes, say 10000.
then the chatbot will reply based on reply ID 10000 when it encounters user's input under YES database (e.g. yes, absolutely, affirmative ...).
7. CondWordSeek: Normally this is 0.
If a Wordseek ID (other than 0) is selected for CondWordSeek, say ID of 5. (The Wordseek keywords with associated ID needs to be created first - In Wordseek database)
then on NEXT user input, the chatbot will first search all keywords under this "WordSeekID" number 5 with appropriate reply. If no keyword found, then chatbot will look for primary (standard) database for an appropriate reply.
8. And lastly you may put an animation (action to perform) on this reply.
Normally accept X as standard (means do nothing).
In the example above, the chatbot will make a "greet" posture.
You should select the list from the drop down list provided. If you key in non-existence animation name, then error will occur during the conversation that utilise this reply.