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Hi Guys Right Now I Prepared My Experiment Located In This Notebook:

Hi guys
Right now I prepared my experiment located in this notebook:
https://console.paperspace.com/teuxeto02/notebook/r20w07lmjkk7mu9
(the notebook filename is paperspace_torch110_cu102__volcanoes150_Roboflow-Custom-Detectron2.ipynb)
That’s my shared clearml experiment:
https://app.clear.ml/projects/d2a60462233f4971aa1bac2e48de0ab7/experiments/1c6e57446a314d11863a2bd42b96021a/output/execution

However now I would like to evaluate directly my machine learning model via api requests, directly over clearml. It’s possible?
Thank you

  
  
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I think, yes, I was reading about clearml-serving. It’s the correct way to do it, right?

  
  
Posted one year ago

It’s the correct way to do it, right?

Yep 🙂 that said this is not running as a service you will need to spin it on your machine. that said you can definitely connect it with the free SaaS server, and spin the serving on your machine with docker-compose

  
  
Posted one year ago

Hi CheekyAnt38

However now I would like to evaluate directly my machine learning model via api requests, directly over clearml. It’s possible?

This basically means serving the model, is this what you mean?

  
  
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