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Aim

Compare 1000s of AI experiments at once

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Open-source
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Community-driven.
Self-hosted and full metadata access.

Explore & Compare
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Easily search, group and aggregate metrics by any hyperparameter.

Dashboard
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Activity view and full experiments dashboard for all experiments.

How it works?



- Aim is a python package.
- Use it to track any dictionaries and metrics.
- Only two functions to integrate with your training code.
- Works with any python script and ML framework.
- Stores metadata logs locally.
- Comes with the most powerful experiment comparison UI.

pip install aim
import aim

# Save inputs, hparams or any other 'key: value' pairs
aim.set_params(hyperparam_dict, name='hparams')

for step in range(10):
  # Log metrics to visualize performance
  aim.track(metric_value, name='metric_name', epoch=epoch_number)
aim up

Features:

Dashboard and Explore: Full Research context at hand

Use the dashboard to see your activities, instantly search by clicking on activity slots, search by run/experiment.

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Use Explore to view groups of experiments, compare and play with the runs/metrics.

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Explore is the most advanced open source AI experiment comparison tool available!

Search, Group and Aggregate

Search through everything you have tracked using the Aim pythonic query language. Super easy to use.

Group and Aggregate 1000s of metrics to quickly see the trends for hyperparameter sensitive runs.

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Use subplots to compare different metrics of the same runs

Divide into subplots and monitor metrics from different perspectives.

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Let's build Aim together

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