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Clearml Plots Question. There Is A Tiny Problem With The Experiment Pages Where The Plots We Create In The Notebook Are Not Saved As It Was Made. For Example, We Have A Scatter Plot With A Red Line Y=X On Top Of The Scatter Plot, But In Clearml, It Is Bl

Clearml plots question.
There is a tiny problem with the experiment pages where the plots we create in the notebook are not saved as it was made. For example, we have a scatter plot with a red line y=x on top of the scatter plot, but in ClearML, it is black and goes under the scatter plot. Any suggestions on how to fix this issue?

  
  
Posted one year ago
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Thanks @<1523701205467926528:profile|AgitatedDove14> i will try it with the recommended method.

  
  
Posted one year ago

Hi @<1541229818828296192:profile|HurtHedgehog47>

plots we create in the notebook are not saved as it was made.

I'm assuming these are matplotlib plots ?
Notice that ClearML tries to convert the plot into interactive plots, in that process sometimes, colors and legend is being lost (becomes generic).
You can however manually report the plot, and force it to store it as non-interactive:

task.logger.report_matplotlib_figure(
    title="Manual Reporting", series="Just a plot", iteration=0, figure=plt, report_interactive=False
)
  
  
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