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Hi, I Have A Script Running Cross Validation, Basically It Calls 5 Times (5 Folds) Another Script That Does A Training And Evaluation. Is It Possible In Clearml To Have A Main Task (The Complete Cross Validation) And Subtasks (One For Each Fold)?

Hi, I have a script running cross validation, basically it calls 5 times (5 folds) another script that does a training and evaluation. Is it possible in ClearML to have a main task (the complete cross validation) and subtasks (one for each fold)?

  
  
Posted 3 years ago
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Sounds good 🙂

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

Nested in the UI is not possible I think?

Yes, but the next version will have nested projects, that's something 🙂

I mean that it is possible to start the subtask while the main task is still active.

You cannot call another Task.init while a main one is running.
But you can call Task.create and log into it, that said the autologging is not supported on the newly created Task.

Maybe the easiest solution is just to do the "sub-tasks" and close them. That means the main Task is not logged, but the others are ?

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

GreasyPenguin14

Is it possible in ClearML to have a main task (the complete cross validation) and subtasks (one for each fold)?

You mean to see it as nested in the UI? or Auto logged by the code ?

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

Nested in the UI is not possible I think? I mean that it is possible to start the subtask while the main task is still active. Maybe I should just try

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

Yes that is the easiest solution, I will create the main task when the others are closed

  
  
Posted 3 years ago