@<1545216070686609408:profile|EnthusiasticCow4> yes, that's true. I would aggregate the tasks by tags (the steps will be tagged with
opt: ID ), None then get the metrics to get the losses None , and look into the tasks config to get the term you wanted to optimize None , then plot everything
Hi Again Eugen,
If I use the hyperparameter tool in ClearML, won't that create a different experiment for every step of the hyperparameter-optimizer? So this will be run across experiments. I could do something with pipelines but since the metrics are already available in the ClearML hyperparameter/metric tables I thought it would make sense to be able to plot against those values.