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Customize parameters

Learn how you can customize LeMUR parameters to alter the outcome.

Change the model type

LeMUR features the following LLMs:

  • Claude 3.5 Sonnet
  • Claude 3 Opus
  • Claude 3 Haiku
  • Claude 3 Sonnet
  • Claude 2.1
  • Claude 2.0
  • Claude Instant

You can switch the model by specifying the final_model parameter.

Claude 3.5 Sonnetaai.LemurModel.claude3_5_sonnetClaude 3.5 Sonnet is the most intelligent model to date, outperforming Claude 3 Opus on a wide range of evaluations, with the speed and cost of Claude 3 Sonnet.
Claude 3.0 Opusaai.LemurModel.claude3_opusClaude 3 Opus is good at handling complex analysis, longer tasks with many steps, and higher-order math and coding tasks.
Claude 3.0 Haikuaai.LemurModel.claude3_haikuClaude 3 Haiku is the fastest model that can execute lightweight actions.
Claude 3.0 Sonnetaai.LemurModel.claude3_sonnetClaude 3 Sonnet is a legacy model with a balanced combination of performance and speed for efficient, high-throughput tasks.
Claude 2.1aai.LemurModel.claude2_1Claude 2.1 is a legacy model similar to Claude 2.0. The key difference is that it minimizes model hallucination and system prompts, has a larger context window, and performs better in citations.
Claude 2.0aai.LemurModel.claude2_0Claude 2.0 is a legacy model that has good complex reasoning. It offers more nuanced responses and improved contextual comprehension.
Claude Instantaai.LemurModel.claude_instant1_2Claude Instant is a legacy model that is optimized for speed and cost. Claude Instant can complete requests up to 20% faster than Claude 2.0.

You can find more information on pricing for each model .

Change the maximum output size

You can change the maximum output size in tokens by specifying the max_output_size parameter. Up to 4000 tokens are allowed.

Change the temperature

You can change the temperature by specifying the temperature parameter, ranging from 0.0 to 1.0.

Higher values result in answers that are more creative, lower values are more conservative.

Send customized input

You can submit custom text inputs to LeMUR without transcript IDs. This allows you to customize the input, for example, you could include the speaker labels for the LLM.

To submit custom text input, use the input_text parameter on aai.Lemur().task().

Submit multiple transcripts

LeMUR can easily ingest multiple transcripts in a single API call.

You can feed in up to a maximum of 100 files or 100 hours, whichever is lower.

Delete data

You can delete the data for a previously submitted LeMUR request.

Response data from the LLM, as well as any context provided in the original request will be removed.

API reference

You can find detailed information about all LeMUR API endpoints and parameters in the LeMUR API reference.