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Hi All, I'M Setting Up A Pipeline To Auto Train New Model Every Month. In Each Run, I Also Need To Get The Model Of The Previous Run And Compare The Old Model And The New Model That Just Being Generated. How Should I Access The Model Of The Previous Run?

Hi all,
I'm setting up a pipeline to auto train new model every month. In each run, I also need to get the model of the previous run and compare the old model and the new model that just being generated. How should I access the model of the previous run? Can I save some sort of data like "current model running" on the clearml server so in next run, I can access that piece of data?

  
  
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CostlyOstrich36 Thank John! let me try that

  
  
Posted 11 months ago

Hi GrittyCormorant73 , I think tags is what you're looking for. You can add tags to model and you can actually tag the current running model. What do you think?

  
  
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