Nov 3, 2022
Aim 3.14 — Brand new Home Page!
Hey team, Aim 3.14 is now available!
We are releasing a new Aim version every 4–5 weeks with community-contributed features and fixes.
A brand new Aim release every few weeks. With new features and fixes! 🚀
We are on a mission to democratize AI dev tools. Thanks to the awesome Aim community for the help and contributions.
Aim 3.14 Overview
Here is what’s new in the latest release:
- Brand new Home Page
- MXNet and FastAI loggers
- New tooltip positioning modes
- Ability to edit tags on the runs table
Note: at the time of writing this, Aim is at 3.14.3 — check those intermediate versions too.
Brand new Home Page
After months of requests from the community to build a quick access page, improve the onboarding, we are excited to introduce new Home page.
The home page is pretty self-descriptive. It’s an overview of whatever actions have been taken using Aim.
This is in no way the final version, we continue to iterate on it. Would love to hear your feedbacks.
MXNet and fastai loggers
Now there are loggers available both for MxNet and FastAI.
It takes only a few lines to incorporate Aim to your code.
Here is how it looks for MXNet in your code. More MXNet integration details here
from aim.mxnet import AimLoggingHandler aim_log_handler = AimLoggingHandler(repo='.', experiment_name='mxnet_example', log_interval=1, metrics=[train_acc, train_loss, val_acc]) est.fit(train_data=train_data_loader, val_data=val_data_loader, epochs=num_epochs, event_handlers=[aim_log_handler])
This is the code for fastai Aim integrations. More details here.
from aim.fastai import AimCallback learn = cnn_learner(dls, resnet18, pretrained=True, loss_func=CrossEntropyLossFlat(), metrics=accuracy, model_dir="/tmp/model/", cbs=AimCallback(repo='.', experiment='fastai_example'))
New tooltip positioning modes
We have added three buttons to the Explorers tooltip on click.
These buttons allow to fix where you’d want to see these tooltips appear when hovering over the metrics.
In this case we have chosen to place the tooltip at the top of the page.
Ability to edit tags on the runs table
Tags have become one of the widely used features lately and we are iterating so you can make the best out of them.
Now you can add tags to your runs from within the Runs Explorer.
We have been incredibly lucky to get help and contributions from the amazing Aim community. It’s humbling and inspiring.
Don’t forget to leave us a star on GitHub if you think Aim is useful ⭐️.