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Hi Everyone, I Am Very New To Clearml. I Would Like To Do A Tutorial To Gain Practical Experience With Clearml. I Have Seen That

Hi everyone, I am very new to ClearML. I would like to do a tutorial to gain practical experience with ClearML. I have seen that https://clear.ml/docs/latest/docs/guides provides examples and guides. But I do not see in which order I should do the tutorials. I thought I should start with https://clear.ml/docs/latest/docs/guides/clearml-task/clearml_task_tutorial , but a prerequisite is to " clearml-agent running on at least one machine (to execute the experiment), configured to listen to default queue" - no idea how to do that.

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Hi VivaciousBadger56 , This is a good question. In my opinion it's best to start with viewing videos from ClearML's YouTube video. This one is especially useful:

As regards to which steps to take, I think the following should cover most bases:
Experiment tracking & management - See that you can see all of the expected outputs in the ClearML webUI Remote experiment execution - Try and execute an experiment remotely using the agent. Change some configurations to see that they take affect when you run your experiment. Pipelines - Build your own pipeline
Also, this is actually a very good starting point:

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