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Is There A Way To Change The Smoothing Algorithm? I Would Expect Extreme Smoothing To Converge To The Global Average Of A Scalar Plot, Not To The Value Of The First Dot.

Is there a way to change the smoothing algorithm? I would expect extreme smoothing to converge to the global average of a scalar plot, not to the value of the first dot.
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Posted one year ago
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have absolutely zero experience with .ts , sorry about that (
not sure, if this will fix the issue for me, though:
still will need the simple average and the gaussian smoothing (useful for uneven x-spacing between points).

  
  
Posted one year ago

But I actually have very limited experience with TB. Wandb's way (running avg) works very well for all ML researchers I have encountered so far

  
  
Posted one year ago

As for the TB you are mentined, they have a debiased version

  
  
Posted one year ago

Just for the reference, smoothing implementations in wandb

  
  
Posted one year ago

Different series should have different smoothing intensity. This is impossible to tell in advance of looking on charts.

I realize this is the frontend , so maybe it is impossible to change right now. Really don't understand how to use clearml as a dashboard to compare runs without reliable smoothing.

  
  
Posted one year ago

Hi @<1536518770577641472:profile|HighElk97>

Is there a way to change the smoothing algorithm?

Just like with TB, this is front-end, not really something you can control ...
That said you can report a smoothed value (i.e. via python) as additional series, wdyt ?

  
  
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