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BroadMole98
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Is there a way to set access levels per-user on the trains web app? (I'm basically looking to add a READONLY user role)
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Hi all, how do I add additional data to an experiment after the program is done? e.g. I want to add some more charts to the results tab for an experiment tha...
3 years ago
0 Anyone Using Trains With Snakemake? I Am Running My Workflow With Snakemake In A Docker Container, And It Can Output To The Trains Server Of Course, But Executing A Task From Trains Ui Tries To Run The Script In Its Own Container... It Downloads An Ubuntu

Hmm I think so. It doesn't sound exactly compatible with Snakemake, more kind a replacement, though the pipelining trains does is quite different. Snakemake really is all about the DAG. I just tell it what output I want to get and it figures out what jobs to run to get that, does it massively parallel, and, very importantly, it NEVER repeats work it has already done and has artifacts for already (well, unless you force it to, but that's a conscious choice you have to make). This is super impo...

3 years ago
0 Are There Python Api Docs For Trains Hosted Anywhere? I'Ve Found Helpful Info In The Class Method Definitions That I Didn'T Find In The Main Docs/Examples

FYI the docs don't have everything, e.g. task.id isn't documented as a property on the https://allegro.ai/docs/task.html page--you have to look in the source code and follow the inheritance to obtain that information

3 years ago
3 years ago
0 Hi All, How Do I Add Additional Data To An Experiment After The Program Is Done? E.G. I Want To Add Some More Charts To The Results Tab For An Experiment That Have Some Report Results Generated By A Separate Process

This is an entirely automated process, I'm just getting familiar with the APIs here, so one process needs to write the task id to a file and the next needs to read it--I am looking through the docs on how to obtain the task id

3 years ago
0 Anyone Using Trains With Snakemake? I Am Running My Workflow With Snakemake In A Docker Container, And It Can Output To The Trains Server Of Course, But Executing A Task From Trains Ui Tries To Run The Script In Its Own Container... It Downloads An Ubuntu

I think we'll have to play with it for a while to really solidify what it is we need--we're just starting to implement trains experiment tracking. We can report what happens 🙂

3 years ago
0 Anyone Using Trains With Snakemake? I Am Running My Workflow With Snakemake In A Docker Container, And It Can Output To The Trains Server Of Course, But Executing A Task From Trains Ui Tries To Run The Script In Its Own Container... It Downloads An Ubuntu

There are a few things in my mind... Sorry if this is long. 🙃 I'm just running Snakemake in a docker container on my desktop to isolate dependencies. Inside the container they are run in the normal way with the snakemake command. My snakemake jobs are a variety of python and shell scripts. Snakemake works by using files as intermediaries between jobs. I have a workflow with 19000 job nodes in it.

  1. I have some trains task code right now just in my model training jo...
3 years ago