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Term boost: "red velvet"^4, chocolate^2
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Hey Everyone, Is It Possible To Use The

Hey everyone, is it possible to use the task_filter argument of Task.query_tasks to filter based on the value of a particular parameter?

Posted one year ago
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Amazing, task.__dict__ is just what I was looking for!

Posted one year ago

Thank you 🙂

Posted one year ago

Yes you can! The filter syntax can be quite confusing, but for me it helps to print task.__ dict__ on an existing task object to see what options are available. You can get values in a nested dict by appending them into a string with a .

Example code:

` from clearml import Task

task = Task.get_task(task_id="17cbcce8976c467d995ab65a6f852c7e")

list_of_tasks = Task.query_tasks(task_filter={
"all": dict(fields=['hyperparams.General.epochs.value'], pattern="3")
print(list_of_tasks) `

Posted one year ago