To navigate into Runs Explorer, click on the
Runs navigation item from the left sidebar.
Runs explorer helps you to
Use Search bar to query runs with Aim QL.
Follow runs in real time
Live Update to turn on the real time mode.
Delete or archive runs
Step 1: Select runs on the runs table:
Click on the
Archive button. Fonfirmation popup appears. Click
Archive again and the runs are archived!
In order to batch delete the selected runs, just use the
In this case ase well, press
Delete again on the confirmation popup and the runs will be hard deleted.
*Warning:_ this operation is irreversible and the runs are deleted from the disk.
Export Runs report
Generate Runs CSV report by clicking on the
Export button on the Runs table.
Single run page
Each training run has a dedicated page on Aim. Use the single run page to observe all the tracked metadata associated with that run.
Here are the tabs available on the single run page. Each tab visualizes respective tracked metadata or empty if not tracked.
Overview tab shows overall info about the run.
These cards can contain information about
Git information. With this data, you can easily reproduce your run.
Sidebar contains information about
Run Hash, attached
Tagsand gives the ability to navigate through tabs.
Also, you can apply advanced
searching/filtering to those card tables.
Params tab contains a JSON-like visualization of all the tracked params data related to a single run of interest.
Metrics tab contains the visualizations of all the metrics tracked for the given run.
When exploring run results, some metrics are looked at more often. Pin those metrics to the top of the page to find them easier and faster. Undo pinning by clicking on “unpin” button.
Note: you can track arbitrary number of runs with lots of steps with Aim!
Aim automatically tracks system metrics, so you can use them in order to detect potential resource mismanagements or anomalies.
System tab contains all the tracked system metrics for a single run.
You can track the gradient, the weights and the biases distributions of all the layers for lots of steps with Aim.
The Distributions tab will allow you to observe them for a single run. You can also
navigate between the layers
search for distribution on specific steps
The single run distributions tab is quite powerful!
The Images tab contains all the tracked images of a single run. You can track runs with different contexts and at different steps of training.
On the left-hand side are the names of different image-sets you have tracked along with their context unpacked.
Usually the images are tracked at diff steps and with batches. This control will allow you to quickly slice and dice the specific subset of images to view. Use these sliders to search
which subset of steps you’d like to see (on the left-hand side)
which indices you’d like to see (on the right-hand side)
If there is only 1 step or only 1 index, you will see the info message instead of the control
You can track audios with Aim. Use the Audios tab to view and play the tracked audios of a single run.
Texts tab to view and search all the texts tracked for a single run.
On the left-hand side you will see the name and context of the tracked texts. You can use the search-bar on top to search the text with regexp or just match word or case.
Use the bottom controllers to control the steps and the indices of the tracked texts too.
Aim allows tracking Plotly and matplotlib figures.
Figures tab you can view all the track figures over different contexts and steps.
Note: Aim will render figures with passed or default dimensions. There will be scrolls if the size exceeds the plotly container space of the Figures tab.
Aim streams the process output logs (terminal logs) to the Aim UI automatically near-real-time. The terminal logs are displayed under
Logs tab on the single run page.The terminal logs can be disabled programmatically if needed. More on terminal logs here.
Settings tab to delete or archive the single run