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Sorry For The Noob Questions..) I Have The On Premise Server Running. Examples All Good. What Is Best Way To Add Own Experiments? One Github Repo Pr Experiment? To To Get To The Server? Api? Github Runner?

Sorry for the noob questions..) I have the on premise server running. Examples all good. What is best way to add own experiments? One github repo pr experiment? to to get to the server? API? github runner?

Posted 3 years ago
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Hi LazyFox65
So the idea is that you add two lines of code to your codebase :
from clearml import Task task = Task.init(project_name='examples', task_name='change me')And you run it once, then it will create the experiment, environment arguments etc.
Now that you have it in the UI you can clone / change all the fields and send for execution.
That said you can also create an experiment from CLI (basically pointing to a repo and entry point)
You can read here:

Posted 3 years ago

awesome. thx

Posted 3 years ago

got it - so one repo with several tasks is useful, and not bad practice?

Posted 3 years ago

for example train.py & eval.py under the same repo

Posted 3 years ago

Correct 🙂

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