Aim v2.6.0 — Docker requirement removed and Metric as x-axis

From Aim v2.5.0 docker requirement is no longer there. We have repackaged the whole web app into Aim and restructured the codebase.
From Aim v2.5.0 docker requirement is no longer there. We have repackaged the whole web app into Aim and restructured the codebase.
Before and after Aim v2.5.0

Metric as an alternative x-axis

Sometimes when comparing the metrics, it’s not enough to just put them into perspective via subplots.

For instance in the quick demo below, we are looking at a Neural Machine Translation (NMT) problem where two metrics are being compared — loss andbleu. One of the main indicators of a performant model in NMT, is when higher values of bleu correlates with the lower values of loss.

Just plotting them besides each other sometimes isn’t enough to see how they correlate. In this case we use loss as the x-axis to directly see the correlation between the lossand thebleu metrics for two groups of runs ( max_k==3and max_k == 1).

Aim: Metric as an alternative x axis
Demo for metric as alternative x-axis

Using a different metric as the x-axis helps to see the correlation between two metrics of training runs better.

Note: if the metric is not increasing monotonously, its values re-order. Then they set as the x-axis (see in case of the loss).

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