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When Viewing Keras Scalar Result For One Experiment, The Graphs (Train And Validation) Are Super-Imposed. However When I Compare Experiment, The Graphs Are Now Separate. Can I Super-Impose The Graphs While Comparing Experiments?

When viewing keras scalar result for one experiment, the graphs (train and validation) are super-imposed. However when I compare experiment, the graphs are now separate. Can I super-impose the graphs while comparing experiments?

Posted 3 years ago
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Hi TeenyFly97

Can I super-impose the graphs while comparing experiments?

Hmm not at the moment, I think someone asked for the option to control it, in both comparison mode and "standalone" mode.
There is a long discussion on this feature here:
Feel free to chime in 🙂
I think that the latest agreement is a switch in the UI, separating or collecting (super-imposing) those graphs.

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