Misleading documentation

First of all congrats on the docs, super useful.

Just one small mislead I caught:

In the distance metrics page, for euclidean it states:

  • This is used to calculate the distance between two data points in a plane. It is one of the most commonly used distance metric. For an example, see our [image similarity search example].

And in that section of the doc, it uses cosine similarity:

In this example, to compare embeddings, we will use the [cosine similarity score]because this model generates un-normalized probability vectors. While this calculation is trivial when comparing two vectors, it will take quite a long time when needing to compare a query vector against millions or billions of vectors and determine those most similar with the query vector.

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Thanks for reporting this, @DanyStinson. We’ve updated that page to link to a correct example for each distance metric.

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