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Hey, I Have One Query.

Hey, I have one query.
model = Model.query_models(project_name = global_config.PROJECT_NAME, model_name="model training",max_results=1)

is there any way it can be done using task id. Right now it is fetching the top most model of that project?

  
  
Posted 7 months ago
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Hi @<1585078763312386048:profile|ArrogantButterfly10> , you can fetch a task using it's id. Then with the task object in hand you can find the model in the artifacts section. For ease of use I suggest playing with dir(task) in python

  
  
Posted 7 months ago

Also it is returning empty list if I am using tags
model = Model.query_models(project_name = global_config.PROJECT_NAME, model_name="model training", tags = ['$all','best'])

  
  
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