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Hi, Sorry This Might Be A Basic Question. I’M Having Trouble Finding Where I Can Read About Visualizing Step Inputs And Outputs. All I’M Seeing On The Pipeline Page Or “Full Details” Page Is The Kwarg For The Step, But It Just Lists The Name, And Isn’T Lo

Hi, sorry this might be a basic question. I’m having trouble finding where I can read about visualizing step inputs and outputs. All I’m seeing on the pipeline page or “Full details” page is the kwarg for the step, but it just lists the name, and isn’t logging any information. I was hoping there was a way I could pass in a basic type to a step (string, number, dict, etc.) and be able to see that value in the Web UI. Is there a way to do that?

Posted 10 months ago
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So, if I’m understanding right, you can see the output artifacts visualized, which I think is just the return value from the function, but you can’t visualize the input to the function? You’d just have to go back and view the output from the previous?

For example, on step 2 I’m just seeing data_frame under configuration, and it says Type: str and nothing else. Is that right?

Posted 10 months ago

@<1559349204206227456:profile|BeefyStarfish55> try checking out the general overview on pipelines here , and info on the pipelines UI here .

Each step's arguments (and results) should appear in the steps details panel (which you could then follow to the underlying task for complete, in-depth, details).

Posted 10 months ago

@<1559349204206227456:profile|BeefyStarfish55> did you take a look at the pipeline examples? None

Posted 10 months ago

And I’m looking at the Configuration and Artifacts tab, for context. Is that the right place to look for function inputs and outputs?

Posted 10 months ago

Any update on this?

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