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Is There A Way To Automatically Plot A Metric Vs Epoch ( Example Train_Accuracy, Val_Accuracy, Learning Rate) , Or Do I Need To Store The Metric For Each Epoch And Then Plot It Manually?

Is there a way to automatically plot a metric vs epoch ( example train_accuracy, val_accuracy, learning rate) , or do I need to store the metric for each epoch and then plot it manually?

  
  
Posted 4 years ago
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figured it out..I can use the logger.report_scalar to do this

  
  
Posted 4 years ago

I see that trains is automatically plotting scalars like epoch_acc, epoch_loss. It is not clear where it is picking these from. In one of the runs, I see a epoch_lr but I don't see it in another. Hence, I'm having to manually call report_scalar on the variables of interest. This causes duplication of plots in some case.

  
  
Posted 4 years ago

Hi FriendlyKoala70 , trains will report all the tensorboard graphs, I'm assuming that's who is creating the epoch_lr graph. On top of it, you can always report manually with logger (as you pointed). Does that make sense to you?

  
  
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