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I Read That Clearml-Data Stores Only The Difference Between Versions. Is This Only Working For Text Files Or Also For Big Files Like Medical Imaging?

I read that clearml-data stores only the difference between versions. Is this only working for text files or also for big files like medical imaging?

Posted 2 years ago
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Hi GreasyPenguin14

clearml-data stores only the difference between versions.

Yes, it is on a file basis granularity. Meaning if you change a file (regardless of the type of the file), the new modified file will be stored. Make sense ?

Posted 2 years ago

yes, I wanted the confirmation that this is also a good solution for datasets with medical images

Posted 2 years ago

yes 🙂

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