Aim 1.3.8 featuring Advanced Group Coloring for AI metrics is now available. Thanks to the incredible Aim community for the feedback and support on building democratized open-source AI dev tools.
Check out the new features at play.aimstack.io.
Here are the more notable changes after Aim 1.3.5:
Enhanced Context Table for easier analyses of AI metrics
The context table used to not use the screen real-estate effectively — an empty line per grouping, non-efficient column management (imagine you have 200 columns to deal with).
So we have made 3 changes to tackle this problem.
New table groups view
Below is the new modified look of the table. Here is what’s changed:
- The empty per group is removed
- In addition to the group details popover, there is an in-place list group config is available for instant lookup
- [In Progress for next release] Column resize — this will allow to manage the wide columns and free much-needed screen real-estate for the data that matters.
This feature allows to seamlessly pin the important columns containing AI metrics to both sides of the table and hide the useless columns in between.
You can also re-order the columns by dragging the mid-section up/down.This is super-handy when dealing with 100s of columns on the table for parameters.
Advanced Group Coloring
This is the latest iteration over the group coloring.
- Now Aim enables persistent coloring mode which makes sure the group with same configuration always receives the same color.
- You can shuffle the colors in case they aren’t pick to your liking
- You can pick two different color palette for better distribution of the colors.
We have been working on Aim for the past 6 months and excited to see the overwhelming interest from the community.
We are building the next generation of democratized MLOps tools.
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