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Is There A Nicer Way To Program The Color For Report_Scalar? By Default It Use A Color Scheme That Is Very Hard To Compare When I Have Multiple Lines. I Can Change It Manually But I Do Not Want To Repeat It For Every Experiment.

Is there a nicer way to program the color for report_scalar? By default it use a color scheme that is very hard to compare when I have multiple lines. I can change it manually but I do not want to repeat it for every experiment.

  
  
Posted 3 years ago
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Hi EnviousStarfish54
Color coding on the entire UI is stored per user (I think that on your local cookies, but I might be wrong). Anyhow any title/series combination will have the select color regardless of the project.
This way you can configure once that loss is red and accuracy is green, etc.

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

So I found that if I change this plot, it seems changes across all the expeiment too? How did it cache this setting? could this be shared among users or only per user or it is actually cached by the browser only?

  
  
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