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Hi, I Am Trying To Hyperparameterization. I Am Not Sure How To Pass A Args['Dataset_Url'] From Hyper.Py To Base.Py.

Hi, I am trying to hyperparameterization. I am not sure how to pass a args['dataset_url'] from hyper.py to base.py.
hyper_parameters=[ DiscreteParameterRange('General/batch_size', values=[1, 2, 4, 8]), DiscreteParameterRange('General/dataset_url', values=[args['dataset_url']]) ],I thought of using hyper_parameters in HyperParameterOptimizer. But this gave an error.
raise IndexError('Cannot choose from an empty sequence') from None IndexError: Cannot choose from an empty sequenceAlso dont think this is right approach..

  
  
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This is what I think you should end up with
DiscreteParameterRange('General/dataset_url', values=["option 1 for url", "option 2 for url"])If args['dataset_url'] is a list, you should just do values=args['dataset_url']

  
  
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