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Hello There! I Have A Question Regarding The Web Ui, On The Project Page: I Have The Following Use Case: I Need To Add Two Custom Columns, Each Reporting One Metric. Currently, This Shows Me The Best (Min/Max) Values Reached By The Model, But Not Necessar

Hello there! I have a question regarding the Web UI, on the project page: I have the following use case:
I need to add two custom columns, each reporting one metric. Currently, this shows me the best (min/max) values reached by the model, but not necessarily for the same epoch. Since at the end, I want to choose a single model, Iโ€™d like to show on the first custom column, the min/max value of a metric, and on the second column, the corresponding value of the second metric. Otherwise, I have to go and look up manually on each experiment to find the corresponding value for the metric 2.
Would it be possible to add this feature? Is it already there and I cannot find it? ๐Ÿ˜„

Posted 2 years ago
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How about the comparison?

Posted 2 years ago

JitteryCoyote63 Not currently there, but certainly sounds like something to add to the list - Care to https://github.com/allegroai/clearml/issues/new/choose ?

Posted 2 years ago

In the comparison the problem will be the same, right? If I choose last/min/max values, it wonโ€™t tell me the corresponding values for others metrics. I could switch to graphs, group by metric and look manually for the corresponding values, but that becomes quickly cumbersome as the number of experiments compared grow

Posted 2 years ago