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Hey Folks, I Noticed A Weird Behaviour (I Think) Where The Reported Histogram Plots For Different Iterations Of The Experiment Vanished And Only Remained Visible On The Last Iteration. Is This An Expected Event? Or Should I Be Adding A Parameter To Avoid

Hey folks, I noticed a weird behaviour (I think) where the reported histogram plots for different iterations of the experiment vanished and only remained visible on the last iteration. Is this an expected event? Or should I be adding a parameter to avoid this? (I noticed the iteration parameter for report_histogram, but I thought that was related to iteration within the same experiment like different model runs)

Also, the behaviour seems reversed for the scalars that were showing the GPU & CPU usage for the first iteration of the experiment but stopped doing that for the others.

Posted one year ago
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Is there a way I can auto-increment the iteration value instead of specifying an integer? SuccessfulKoala55

Posted one year ago

Do you mean by providing some argument? You can simply use an integer and increment it... 🙂

Posted one year ago

Hi SlimyElephant79 , reporting plots using the same iteration value will indeed overwrite the previous report...

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