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Hi! Is There A Simple Way To Visualize Tensors In Clearml? Something Like Tensorboard'S Tsne Or Pca...

Hi! Is there a simple way to visualize tensors in ClearML? Something like tensorboard's TSNE or PCA...

Posted 2 years ago
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I think this work well for static visualizations. If I'll want a more dynamic one I guess I will use tensorboard, and save some static plot to ClearML.

Posted 2 years ago


Posted 2 years ago

FrustratingWalrus87 If you need active one, I think there is currently no alternative to TB tSNE 🙂 it is truly great 🙂
That said you can use plotly for the graph:
and report it to ClearML with Logger report_plotly :

Posted 2 years ago

FrustratingWalrus87 Unfortunately TB's TSNE is not automatically captured by ClearML (Scalars, histograms etc. are)
That said, matplotlib will be automatically captured do you can run your own PCA/tSNE and use matplotlib to visualize (ClearML will capture it).
The same applies for plotly.
What do you think?

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