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Hi All! Please Tell Me There Are Examples Of Clearml And Pytorch-Lightning Integration

Hi all!
Please tell me there are examples of ClearML and pytorch-lightning integration

  
  
Posted 3 years ago
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cool!

Sometimes (<10%) we use two registrars with different task_names (in terms of ClearML) to display the same indicators but for different models that do different logic. And in such cases, we made two tb versions of / task and wrote in parallel.
And I wanted to know if it is possible here as well.

Of course, now I thought about the fact that maybe we need to write everything in one place, but with different names, but different metrics are used there. I'm not very well versed in ClearML yet and may just not be completely familiar with the functionality.

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

Do you accidentally know if there are any plans for an implementation with the logger variable, so that in case of something it would be possible to write to different tables?

CheerfulGorilla72 what do you mean "an implementation with the logger variable" ? pytorch-lighting defaults to the TB logger, which clearml will automatically catch and log into the clearml-server, you can always add additional logs with clearml interface Logger.current_logger().report_???
What am I missing ?

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

BTW: Basically just call Task.init(...) the rest is magic 🙂

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

AgitatedDove14 ^
Thank you so much!

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

we made two tb versions of / task and wrote in parallel.
And I wanted to know if it is possible here as well.

Basically you will have different series (based on the TB log file) on the same graph so you can compare 🙂 all automatically

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

I thought about the fact that maybe we need to write everything in one place

It will be in the same place, under the main Task
Should work out of the box

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

It's all? 😯 🪄 😀
without assigning a logger variable?

Do you accidentally know if there are any plans for an implementation with the logger variable, so that in case of something it would be possible to write to different tables?

  
  
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