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I Have A Task Which I Reported A Table To - How Do I Access This Table Through Code? The Clearml Task Object Attribute "Artifacts" Is Empty

I have a task which I reported a table to - how do I access this table through code? The clearml Task object attribute "artifacts" is empty

Posted one year ago
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If you want to access them as artifacts via code (OR via UI) you'll have to register via code and call them back that way.

Use the following:


Also please note the difference between reporting those tables as data via the logger and as artifacts since the logger saves things as events (plots, scalars, debug samples).


Posted one year ago

logger.report_table(title="Inference Data", series="Inference Values", iteration=0, table_plot=inference_table)

Posted one year ago

WackyRabbit7 , how did you report the table? Can you please provide an example for the data structure of the table?

Posted one year ago

It is reported as a plot, not an artifact 🙂

Posted one year ago

inference table is a pandas dataframe

Posted one year ago


Posted one year ago

What does that mean? How can I access this data?

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