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How Can I Figure Out From The Dataset Object Which Task It Created? Or Better: I Have A Task_Id How Can I Figure Out Which Datasets Were Created By This Experiment? Mind You The Dataset Has Its Own Task_Id Which Is Unrelated To The Original Task_Id

How can I figure out from the dataset object which task it created?

Or better: I have a task_id how can I figure out which datasets were created by this experiment?

Mind you the dataset has its own task_id which is unrelated to the original task_id

Posted one year ago
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well, it just shoved the dataset files with cryptic data_1/data_2 names among the artifacts.

Posted one year ago

use_current_task is False by default, let me see if this helps

Posted one year ago

I am not sure I want to do that

Posted one year ago

I think you can simply save the creating task ID as a configuration parameter (I'm just thinking out loud)

Posted one year ago