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Another Qn, Is Clearml-Data Analogous To A Feature-Store

Another qn, is clearml-data analogous to a feature-store

  
  
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It looks like it since as far as I manage to understand a 'traditional' feature store is a model / data repository, correct?

  
  
Posted one year ago

Maybe more of data repository than a model repository...

  
  
Posted one year ago

ClearML has a built in model repository so together I think they make a "feature store" again, it really depends on your definition

  
  
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