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Hi All, I Have A Big Amount Of Experiment In A Single Project, There Is A Way To Download The Experiments As A Custom Table? To Let'S Say To A .Csv File? Thanks! Experiment Table Example:

Hi all,
I have a big amount of experiment in a single project,
there is a way to download the experiments as a custom table? to let's say to a .csv file?
Thanks!

experiment table example:
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Posted 11 months ago
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I think the call tasks.get_all should have you covered to extract all information you would need.
None
The request body should look something like this:

{
  "id": [],
  "scroll_id": "b77a32d585604b098f685b00f30ba2c2",
  "refresh_scroll": true,
  "size": 15,
  "order_by": [
    "-last_update"
  ],
  "type": [
    "__$not",
    "annotation_manual",
    "__$not",
    "annotation",
    "__$not",
    "dataset_import"
  ],
  "user": [],
  "system_tags": [
    "__$and",
    "__$not",
    "archived"
  ],
  "include_subprojects": true,
  "search_hidden": true,
  "only_fields": [
    "name",
    "status",
    "system_tags",
    "project",
    "company",
    "last_change",
    "started",
    "last_iteration",
    "tags",
    "user.name",
    "runtime.progress",
    "type",
    "project.name",
    "last_update",
    "parent.name",
    "parent.project.id",
    "parent.project.name"
  ]
}

Tip: Anything that you want to extract from the UI, you can use the API. To find the relevant call you can always open developer tools (F12) and see what returns

  
  
Posted 11 months ago

Hi @<1547028131527790592:profile|PleasantOtter67> , nothing out of the box. You can however quite easily extract all that information and inject it into a csv programmatically.

I think the bigger question is how would you break it down? Each experiment has several nested properties.

  
  
Posted 11 months ago

Or you're thinking only of the current view as it is?

  
  
Posted 11 months ago

Hi @<1523701070390366208:profile|CostlyOstrich36> ,
I need it the most "dry" way (only basic columns of strings, ints and floats), no fancy tags are required.

  
  
Posted 11 months ago

OK, I ended up extracting it from the browser source code with good old copy-paste.
However, I'm definitely need to use the API next time!
Thanks!!!

  
  
Posted 11 months ago

Cool! Thanks I will check it out!

  
  
Posted 11 months ago