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Hi, I'M Using Hyperparameteroptimizer Alongside Optimizeroptuna And I Am Unsure How To Implement Pruning On Tasks That Are Not Producing Good Results. Is There A Way To Implement This On These Modules?

Hi, I'm using HyperParameterOptimizer alongside OptimizerOptuna and I am unsure how to implement pruning on tasks that are not producing good results. Is there a way to implement this on these modules?

Posted one year ago
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Hi UnevenBee3 , the OptimizerOptuna class should already be able to prune any bad tasks, provided the model itself is iteration-based (so no SVM etc. need iterations for early stopping). You can read our blogpost here: https://clear.ml/blog/how-to-do-hyperparameter-optimization-better/

Posted one year ago

Also, I was wondering if there was a way to sort out folders and create a sub folder with the tasks with adjusted hyperparameters so that we can access them but they don't take up quite so much space.

Posted one year ago

Thanks, this was really helpful. Would be a good thing to have on the hyperparameter tuning page in the docs if you can add it.

Posted one year ago

Yeah, I do the same thing all the time. You can limit the amount of tasks that are kept in HPO with the save_top_k_tasks_only parameter and you can create subprojects by simply using a slash in the name 🙂 https://clear.ml/docs/latest/docs/fundamentals/projects#creating-subprojects

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