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Hi All - I Am New To Clearml And Trying It Out Using The Free Plan, And I Am Generally Quite Impressed With The Amount Of Features Available For Free

Hi all -
I am new to ClearML and trying it out using the Free plan, and I am generally quite impressed with the amount of features available for free 💪 .. I do have a few doubts/pains/comments:

  • Using the experiment tracking feature:- Is there any way to lock setting of scalar plots? Especially, I have scalars that are easiest comparable on log scale, but that setting is reverted to default linear scale with any update of the comparison (e.g. adding/removing experiments to the comparison).
  • Are there plans of implementing a simple feature to ignore outliers in scalar plots?
  • In the hyperparameter pane of the comparison view I can only see up to 10 experiments. Will more experiments be visible in the paid version or self-hosted version?- Is the hyper-parameter optimization App be available in the self-hosted solution ? (I am thinking about trying out a self-hosted setup on AWS)
  • Lastly, when preparing reports, is there anyway to include math (e.g. LaTeX mathmode block) ?Thanks for any inputs/comments/help on the above 🙂
    Jens
  
  
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FYI @<1523701070390366208:profile|CostlyOstrich36> after a quick search it seems there is already a request for this 🙂 None

  
  
Posted 3 months ago

I see. Sounds like a good idea! Please open a GitHub feature request 🙂

  
  
Posted 3 months ago

created a new Feature Request: None

  
  
Posted 3 months ago

Are there plans of implementing a simple feature to ignore outliers in scalar plots?

Here is a plot that is not readable because of outliers. I will usually just use log-scale on the y axis, and that works fine in most cases, but sometimes you do not want to mess with the scale and just automatically zoom in on the 'typical' range of the data.
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Posted 3 months ago

Hi @<1655744373268156416:profile|StickyShrimp60> , happy to hear you're enjoying ClearML 🙂
To address your points:

Is there any way to lock setting of scalar plots? Especially, I have scalars that are easiest comparable on log scale, but that setting is reverted to default linear scale with any update of the comparison (e.g. adding/removing experiments to the comparison).

I would suggest opening a GitHub feature request for this

Are there plans of implementing a simple feature to ignore outliers in scalar plots?

Can you please elaborate? Screenshots are always welcome 🙂

In the hyperparameter pane of the comparison view I can only see up to 10 experiments. Will more experiments be visible in the paid version or self-hosted version?

I'm afraid not.

Is the hyper-parameter optimization App be available in the self-hosted solution ? (I am thinking about trying out a self-hosted setup on AWS)

It's available only in the PRO and the Scale/Enterprise licenses. However in the self hosted version there is an HPO example - None

Lastly, when preparing reports, is there anyway to include math (e.g. LaTeX mathmode block) ?

I'm not familiar with it, but the reports are based on markdown so anything a markdown editor can do, you can do within the reports.

  
  
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