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Hello Again Guys, Just Curious, How Do I Get My Artifact To Be Under My Models Page? So I'M Looking At The

Hello again guys, just curious, how do I get my artifact to be under my Models page? So I'm looking at the https://clear.ml/docs/latest/docs/fundamentals/artifacts/#manual-model-logging and I added output_model = OutputModel(task=task) and I thought that it would simply see that in my code, there is a task.upload_artifact(name='model.pkl', artifact_object=model) line (model is object I created earlier of course) and tag that "artifact" as my model and list that under my model page? I'm wrong here, but how should I do it? Thank you!

  
  
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CostlyOstrich36 Yep! Okay so adding in OutputModel().update_weights('my_best_model.bin') was enough ! Now my outputs are stored as both in the models AND artifacts tab which is what I want. Thanks!

  
  
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CluelessElephant89 , Hi 🙂

For ClearML to treat your artifact as a model you'd have to register it as a Model class like here:
https://clear.ml/docs/latest/docs/references/sdk/model_model

I'm guessing you'd want it as an output model, correct?

Do you want to register this artifact as both a model AND an artifact or would only having it as a model is enough?

  
  
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