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Hi Guys, If I Spot Issue With Documentations, Where Should I Post Them? For Now, I'Ll Leave It (Feel Free To Delete And/Or Move It Somewhere More Relevant). So I Didn'T Try Out All The Reporting Functionalities, But The One I Did Choose Did Have 2 Errors

Hi guys, if I spot issue with documentations, where should I post them? For now, I'll leave it (feel free to delete and/or move it somewhere more relevant).

So I didn't try out all the reporting functionalities, but the one I did choose did have 2 errors. It's this https://clear.ml/docs/latest/docs/references/sdk/logger/#report_scalar one.

When running, I get this error:

Logger.current_logger().report_scalar(title='scalar metrics','series', value=scalar_series[iteration], iteration=iteration) ^ SyntaxError: positional argument follows keyword argumentSimple fix is to make it series='series' or whatever

And I don't think the code is complete, because it seems like the output only shows one dot in the graph. Here's the code that I think you guys wanted:

for iteration in range (10): Logger.current_logger().report_scalar(title='scalar metrics', series='series', value=scalar_series[iteration], iteration=iteration)
so now that you can see a line graph in the results > scalars page.

  
  
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Hi CluelessElephant89

Hi guys, if I spot issue with documentations, where should I post them?

The best way from our perspective PR the fix 🙂 this is why we put it on GitHub

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Specifically for this one, this is the auto generated docstring from the actual code, so PR to the
https://github.com/allegroai/clearml/blob/e53a76b713910adaf87578c69e86f8154d4ab4c1/clearml/logger.py#L152

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Many thanks!

  
  
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