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Hello, Is It Possible To Use Clearml-Serving To Serve A Model Built With Scikit-Learn'S Gridsearchcv Pipeline? I'M Asking This Question Because When I Test It, I Get An Error.

Hello, Is it possible to use clearml-serving to serve a model built with scikit-learn's GridSearchCV pipeline? I'm asking this question because when I test it, I get an error.

  
  
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Here it is: curl -X POST " None " -H "accept: application/json" -H "Content-Type: application/json" -d '{"Pregnancies": 6, "Glucose": 148, "BloodPressure": 72, "SkinThickness": 35, "Insulin": 0, "BMI": 33.6, "DiabetesPedigreeFunction": 0.627,"Age": 50}'
{"detail":"Error processing request: node array from the pickle has an incompatible dtype:\n- expected: [('left_child', '<i8'), ('right_child', '<i8'), ('feature', '<i8'), ('threshold', '<f8'), ('impurity', '<f8'), ('n_node_samples', '<i8'), ('weighted_n_node_samples', '<f8')]\n- got : {'names': ['left_child', 'right_child', 'feature', 'threshold', 'impurity', 'n_node_samples', 'weighted_n_node_samples', 'missing_go_to_left'], 'formats': ['<i8', '<i8', '<i8', '<f8', '<f8', '<i8', '<f8', 'u1'], 'offsets': [0, 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 56], 'itemsize': 64}"}

  
  
Posted one month ago

Hi @<1673501397007470592:profile|RelievedDuck3> , should be possible. What errors are u getting?

  
  
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