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Quick question about the Results --> Scalars ` view. In tensorboard when using autoscale it will ignore some values for scaling (e.g. very early super high loss values). In clearml however, it also tries to show the initial values which makes my plots very hard to understand (everything except at the start is a horizontal line). I tried zooming in on the relevant part and then use autoscale, but this will just reset to the whole plot.

Did I miss some option or is this something that clearml does not yet provide?

  
  
Posted 3 years ago
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I see! Thanks!

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

ReassuredTiger98 I guess this is a plotly feature, none the less I think you can shift the Y axis manually (click and drag)

  
  
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