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Question about the https://github.com/allegroai/trains/blob/master/examples/services/jupyter-service/execute_jupyter_notebook_server.py example. Is there a w...
3 years ago
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Hi all 🙂 is it possible to select two differently named scalar plots in the comparison and put them on the same axis?
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Hi Guys, When reporting debug images, is there any way to use a string instead of an int in iteration ? The use case is for testing/eval experiments. For exa...
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4 years ago
0 Hi Guys, When Reporting Debug Images, Is There Any Way To Use A String Instead Of An Int In

I need to group images in a similiar way to what is done by iteration , but based on a string value which will be visible in the UI

3 years ago
0 Hi Guys, When Reporting Debug Images, Is There Any Way To Use A String Instead Of An Int In

because series in already used. Think of something like showing debug images based on 2 independent parameters for the model

3 years ago
0 Hi Guys, When Reporting Debug Images, Is There Any Way To Use A String Instead Of An Int In

The iteration in my use case doesn't make much sense (I'm evaluation a model)

3 years ago
0 Hi

Thanks for the awesome work!!!
Is the trains-server release backwards-compatible with earlier versions of trains?

3 years ago
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👍 great!

3 years ago
0 Hi All

ugh too bad. I changed the name of one of my metrics and now It's difficult to compare. It would help if it was possible (even by renaming metrics)

3 years ago
0 Hi All

yeah that could work 🙂

3 years ago
0 Hi Guys! Love Using Trains And Love The Great Support In This Channel. Say I Have Two Different Training Experiments Which Report Every 20 Iteration, But The Batch Size Between Them Is Different, Resulting In Different Number Of Iterations Per Epoch. I Wo

right now the situation is problematic, because as I mentioned, I can't compare the training process between different batch sizes (or effective batch size, if I use a different number of GPUs)

4 years ago
0 Hi, I Think I Found A Bug: In The

server version is 0.14.0

4 years ago
0 Hi Guys! Love Using Trains And Love The Great Support In This Channel. Say I Have Two Different Training Experiments Which Report Every 20 Iteration, But The Batch Size Between Them Is Different, Resulting In Different Number Of Iterations Per Epoch. I Wo

I doesn't really matter to me. One solution I had in mind is that this can be done by the web client on demand, meaning you can manually (or using the Task object) specify how many iteration constitute a single epoch, and instead of scaling the plots will just be subsampled (or interpolated)

4 years ago