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Hi Guys, Probably Is Just Me Missing Something Along The Way:

Hi guys, probably is just me missing something along the way: https://github.com/allegroai/clearml/issues/287 . Can you help me in understanding this point?

  
  
Posted 3 years ago
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Hi ContemplativeCockroach39
Seems like you are running the exact code as in the git repo:
Basically it points you to the exact repository https://github.com/allegroai/clearml and the script examples/reporting/pandas_reporting.py
Specifically:
https://github.com/allegroai/clearml/blob/34c41cfc8c3419e06cd4ac954e4b23034667c4d9/examples/reporting/pandas_reporting.py

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

clearml==0.17.4

Great, and as you pointed changes are detected.

If I make some changes in the original file it gets tracked (picture below)... but what if I use a completely new and git-untracked py script?

Basically it will capture the output of "git diff" so if you have a new file but it is Not added, then no changes will appear.
That said, this is usually the exception, most files that are not added to the git should not be logged, hence the logic.
Anyhow the idea is that the Agent will be able to replicate your entire code base, without you having to worry about constantly committing your code (not that it is bad, but we all tend to forget)

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

AgitatedDove14 clearml==0.17.4

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

Yes, but only with git clone 🙂
It is not stored on ClearML, this way you can work with the experiment manager without explicitly giving away all your code 😉

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

AgitatedDove14 thanks for your reply. Is there a way to retrieve the .py file reported in the SCRIPT PATH, as used by the Experiment?

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

If I make some changes in the original file it gets tracked (picture below)... but what if I use a completely new and git-untracked py script?

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

No, I changed some lines of code (e.g. the project name and the experiment name just to make a test)

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

Ok, thanks, now it's clear! ✅

  
  
Posted 3 years ago