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Hey All, Is There A Way To Upload A Fiftyone Dataset As An Artifact In A Clearml Pipeline? I Am Getting The Following Error When I Try To Upload It

Hey all, is there a way to upload a fiftyone dataset as an artifact in a clearml pipeline? I am getting the following error when I try to upload it
Can't pickle <class 'mongoengine.base.metaclasses.samples.6626e9ff3a168bc30c5624b2'>: attribute lookup samples.6626e9ff3a168bc30c5624b2 on mongoengine.base.metaclasses failed

  
  
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Hi @<1610083503607648256:profile|DiminutiveToad80> ! You need to somehow serialize the object. Note that we try different serialization methods and default to pickle if none work. If pickle doesn't work then the artifact can't be uploaded by default. But there is a way around it: you can serialize the object yourself. The recommended way to do this is using the serialization_function argument in upload_artifact . You could try using something like dill which can serialize more objects than pickle .
Note that you need to specify a deserialization_function when pulling the artifact.

  
  
Posted one month ago

Thanks!

  
  
Posted one month ago

dataset = fo.Dataset.from_dir(
labels_path=labels_path,
dataset_type=fo.types.COCODetectionDataset,
label_field="ground_truth",
use_polylines=True
)
task.upload_artifact(
name="Dataset",
artifact_object=dataset,
)

  
  
Posted one month ago

File "/opt/conda/envs/bumlo/lib/python3.10/site-packages/clearml/binding/artifacts.py", line 745, in upload_artifact
pickle.dump(artifact_object, f)
_pickle.PicklingError: Can't pickle <class 'mongoengine.base.metaclasses.samples.6627e5ecc60879fe5e49cee6'>: attribute lookup samples.6627e5ecc60879fe5e49cee6 on mongoengine.base.metaclasses failed

  
  
Posted one month ago

Hi @<1610083503607648256:profile|DiminutiveToad80> , I'd suggest using the Datasets feature. But you can however of course upload it as artifacts.

Where are you trying to upload it? Can you provide the full log? Also, a code snippet would help.

  
  
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