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Hi, Does Anyone Know Where Trains Stores Tensorboard Data? Because I Am Used To Using Tensorboard To Record Experimental Data And Store Data, I Hope I Can Access The Folder Where Tensorboard Stores Data When I Use Command Like

Hi, does anyone know where trains stores tensorboard data? Because I am used to using tensorboard to record experimental data and store data, I hope I can access the folder where tensorboard stores data when I use command like writer = SummaryWriter("runs/experiment1")

  
  
Posted 3 years ago
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Hi FierceFly22

Hi, does anyone know where trains stores tensorboard data

Tesnorboard data is stored wherever you point your file-writer to 🙂
What trains is doing is while tensorboard writes it's own data to disk, it takes the data (in-flight) and sends it to the trains-server. The trains-server puts everything in the DB, so later everything is viewable & searchable.
Basically you don't need to store your TB files after your experiment is done, you have all the data in the trains-server (accessible through the UI / code).
That said if you need more advanced TB features, like profiling tSNE etc, then you can open your RB protobuf file 🙂
Make sense?

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

Hi AgitatedDove14 ,
Got it. thank you for your reply 😄

  
  
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