Welcome back 👋
Good to see you again! Ready to check out your experiments?
We added a few cool things to the experiment Compare view:
- you can modify the charts’ legend and choose to display what is relevant;
- the table is now vertical and has changes highlighted, so you can easily spot changes in parameters or other data across selected experiments;
- you can turn on/off highlighting differences;
- you can hide a particular experiment from a comparison view.
You might also notice that the UI got some new fresh colors 🙂
- Example/quick tutorial: parallel plots
- Method docs: make_parallel_coordinates_plot
- Examples as Notebooks in neptune: credit-default-prediction and example-project.
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