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Hi, I Am New To Clearml But Already Really Impressed. I Have What Seems Like A Dumb Question But Asking It Anyways... I Have A Matplotlib Figure Which Is Automatically Captured And Displayed Correctly In The Plots Tab When I Do A

Hi, I am new to ClearML but already really impressed. I have what seems like a dumb question but asking it anyways... I have a matplotlib figure which is automatically captured and displayed correctly in the plots tab when I do a plt.show() . However, it also displays in my IDE which I don't want. Is there a way for ClearML to automatically capture without a show? If not, what is the recommended method to report the plot but not using show? Thanks for any help

  
  
Posted one year ago
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Hi PanickyLion56
Yep savefig also works, you can also do,
from clearml import Logger Logger.current_logger().report_matplotlib_figure(title="My Plot Title", series="My Plot Series", iteration=10, figure=plt)https://github.com/allegroai/clearml/blob/0c5d12b830987aa9bb8d44d81e92ff9198008f29/examples/frameworks/matplotlib/matplotlib_example.py#L25

  
  
Posted one year ago

Just realized that plt.savefig() works as well

  
  
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