Feb 7, 2024

Aim 3.18 — Metric min/max/first values support in Runs Explorer, SQLAlchemy 2.0 Support

Author:Tatyana Manaseryan
Aim 3.18 — Metric min/max/first values support in Runs Explorer, SQLAlchemy 2.0 Support

Hey community, excited to announce Aim v3.18.1 is out! 🚀 It is packed with new enhancements, aimed at improving performance analysis and user experience.

We are on a mission to democratize AI dev tools and are incredibly lucky to have the support of the community.

Every question and every issue makes Aim better! Congratulations to inc0 and ChanderG for their first contributions. 🙌

We have been busy working behind the scenes. Excited to keep sharing updates for Aim more frequently going forward.

Key Highlights

Min/max/first values tracking for metrics in UI

The new update lets you track the minimum, maximum, and first values of metrics, giving you deeper insights into your model's performance. This is great for optimizing your model, making it easier to see when and how your model performs best or needs improvement.

Whether it's identifying the peak accuracy of a classification model or the lowest error rate of a predictive model, this metric tracking simplifies the task of fine-tuning models for optimal performance.

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SQLAlchemy 2.0 Support

We've added support for SQLAlchemy 2.0 to ensure you have the latest database management capabilities at your fingertips.

Improvements in Run Locking and Compatibility

Run locking issues are fixed and we made sure everything works smoothly with older versions of SQLAlchemy.

We're developing new features and improvements that we can't wait to show you :))

Thanks for all love and support. Stay tuned! 🚀

Learn more

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