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What Is The Point Of User Properties In Comparisson To Hyperparameters In The Configuration Of A Task? While The Syntax Of Using Them Is Different, I Do Not See What User Properties Can Do That Hyperparameters / "Task Parameters" Are Not Able To Do.

What is the point of User Properties in comparisson to Hyperparameters in the Configuration of a task? While the syntax of using them is different, I do not see what user properties can do that hyperparameters / "task parameters" are not able to do.

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Hi @<1523704157695905792:profile|VivaciousBadger56> , can you add a screenshot of what you're talking about?

Posted one year ago

I mean those, that you see in the screen shot. The difference in code is - at least for me - to write

  • parameters_data = {'custom1': 'no', 'custom2': False}; parameters_data = task.connect(parameters_data , name='data')
  • task.set_user_properties(custom1='no', custom2=False)
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