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Hey, Is There A Way To Report Progress Timeline In A

Hey,

Is there a way to report progress timeline in a Data Processing type task?
Use case: I have a distributed data preparation process for which I use such task to track, and I’d like to report the number of items I’ve finished processing every X time.
A workaround that I found is to report it as a scalar, but then I report it as iterations and don’t get the notion of time.

  
  
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Hi HandsomeCrow5 , when you report scalars, the wall-time is stored as well. When viewing in the Experiment's Results/Scalars tab, you have a little cog-wheel on the right side. Click it and you'll be able to switch the view from iterations to wall-time.

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

Exactly what I was looking for!
So just report scalars as I would anyways and then set the dispay to wall-time, right?

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

Yeah 🙂

  
  
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