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If, For Starters, I'D Only Like To Use Clearml For Logging Purposes (That Is, Experiments Run Locally, And I Report Metrics, Graphs, Etc To Clearml). Do I Still Need To Set Up The

If, for starters, I'd only like to use ClearML for logging purposes (that is, experiments run locally, and I report metrics, graphs, etc to ClearML).
Do I still need to set up the clearml-agent on local systems?

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nope you'll just need to install clearml

Posted 2 years ago

Thanks, that's what I thought - so I'm missing something else in the installation. I'll dig further 🙂

Posted 2 years ago

the agent it for replicating what you run locally elsewhere i.e. remote GPU machine

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