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Hi, I'M Trying To Understand If Clearml Supports My Usecase: I Generate My Own Data (Problem-Specific) And Generation Process Is Uploading A Parquet Dataset (In Fact, Parquet Contains Multiple Files Obv.) To S3. Is There A Way To "Register" The Dataset In

Hi, I'm trying to understand if clearml supports my usecase: i generate my own data (problem-specific) and generation process is uploading a Parquet dataset (in fact, parquet contains multiple files obv.) to S3. Is there a way to "register" the dataset in Clearml without doing local copy (dataset is > 300GB)?

  
  
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Hi GreasyWalrus57 , sorry but didn’t get that.

You want to register the data? you can do it with clearml-data and then use this task to connect between tasks and data

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Thanks, didnt check here for a while, i have managed to find out about this myself but Thx anyway:)

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

+1 to this question

  
  
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