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Is It Possible To Write Text File And See It In Results Of The Experiment? I Want To Use It To Version Data As In Keeping A Track Of What Images Have Been Trained On. Or Is There A Better Way Of Data Versioning In Clearml?

Is it possible to write text file and see it in results of the experiment? I want to use it to version data as in keeping a track of what images have been trained on. Or is there a better way of data versioning in ClearML?

  
  
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Hi VexedCat68

Is it possible to write text file and see it in results of the experiment?

You can upload any file as an artifact to your task, try:

task.upload_artifact(name="results", artifact_object="text_file.txt")

I want to use it to version data as in keeping a track of what images have been trained on. Or is there a better way of data versioning in ClearML?

You can use https://clear.ml/docs/latest/docs/clearml_data/ for making the data accessible from every machine and traceability, or (in the paid versions) the https://clear.ml/products/clearml-hyper-datasets/ with you can explore. query, visualize and orchestrate the data

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Is it possible to write text file and see it in results of the experiment?
You can upload any file as an artifact to your task, try:

task.upload_artifact(name=“results”, artifact_object=“text_file.txt”)

Notice the max preview for an artifact is 65k, and it is suggested to have one file like this (and not for every iteration for example)

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Following up on Alon's reply, make sure.you update the same artifact (exact same name) and that you do not generated a new artifact on each update of the text file

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

I'll take a look at it, thank you.

  
  
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