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Hey All. Wanting To Log

Hey all. Wanting to log matplotlib figures to ClearML, but it seems that the integration relies on a call to plt.show() or plt.savefig() in order to actually log the figure? I would rather not do either of these things in my training code — would it be possible to simply allow direct logging of the figure?

  
  
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Hi @<1523701070390366208:profile|CostlyOstrich36> , thanks for the speedy reply. Sadly, Logger.report_matplotlib_figure(…) doesn’t seem to log plots. Only the automatic integration appears to behave.

  
  
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Hi @<1674226153906245632:profile|PreciousCoral74> , you certainly can, just use the Logger module 🙂
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Hi @<1674226153906245632:profile|PreciousCoral74> !

Sadly, Logger.report_matplotlib_figure(…) doesn't seem to log plots. Only the automatic integration appears to behave.

What do you mean by that? report_matplotlib_figure should work. See this example on how to use it: None .
If it still doesn't work for you, could you please share a code snippet that could help us track down the issue?

  
  
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