Skip to content Studio Studio is a fully integrated development environment for building, testing and deploying custom fully explainable document classification and information extraction models leveraging natural language understanding (NLU) technology.
It is designed to help data scientists, computational linguists and software engineers to create advanced and unique solutions to extend the scope of intelligent process automation and make knowledge discovery more effective.

Studio interacts with Platform.
You can bidirectionally exchange explainable models and document libraries, as well as create projects and launch Platform experiments from Studio.
Studio adds to Platform the human ability to refine and customize automatically generated models, while Platform brings to Studio its extensive model testing and comparison capabilities plus the practical use of models in NL Flow workflows.

Licensing Studio IDE is a branded and customized version of JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition that is open-source, licensed under Apache 2.0 and can be used for commercial development.
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Studio Core is a plugin bundled with Studio IDE and it includes a set of's proprietary technologies licensed under's licensing policy. To view the Studio Core End User License Agreement (EULA), run the Studio IDE and select Studio > License on the main menu.

Both Studio IDE and Studio Core use third-parties open software released under different licenses.

System requirements

  • Hardware

    AMD64 architecture.
    Other requirements:

    Requirement Minimum Recommended
    RAM 8 GB of free RAM 16 GB of total system RAM
    Software Disk space 2 GB1 SSD drive with at least 6 GB of free space
    Cache Disk space 4 GB1 6 GB
    Project Disk space 10 GB2 20 GB
    Monitor resolution 1024x768 1920×1080
  • Software

    • Operating system: Microsoft Windows 10 or newer.
    • Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable 2017: it can be downloaded from the dedicated page by selecting the version for the X64 architecture.
  • Networking

    • A Studio project is based on a Knowledge Graph. Web connectivity to site is therefore required to download Knowledge Graphs when creating projects. Once downloaded from the Web, a Knowledge Graph is cached locally and can be used for other projects without the need of an Internet connection.
    • To interact with Platform, Studio requires Web connectivity to the Platform authoring application. The application URL varies on a case-by-case basis.
    • For debugging JavaScript code and using the Local Deployment Agent API, Studio requires inbound TCP/IP connectivity which Windows Defender Firewall blocks by default. If you want to use the aforementioned features, when the Windows Defender Firewall prompt appears while using Studio, allow Studio to communicate on private networks.


Check out the installation procedure with the step-by-step guideline


  1. Depending on the Knowledge Graph used in the project 

  2. Depending on the project complexity