Experiment Control and Tracking
xpctl is software to track experimental results and provide access to a global leaderboard. After running an experiment, the results and the logs are committed to a database. Commands are provided to show the best experimental results under various constraints.
xpctl was developed as the primary backend for experiment storage for mead-baseline.
xpctl requires a database to be installed locally or an accessible server. We currently support: mongodb and postgresql), but the base classes can be extended to support other databases. Create a database called
reporting_db in your db instance.
The client API is packaged separately with minimal requirements.
- There are 2 components:
mead-xpctl-clientprovides the HTTP client and the addon required to run logging from inside
mead-xpctlcontains the CLI and the server implementation
- Both packages can be installed via pip:
pip install mead-xpctl-client
pip install mead-xpctl(this depends on the
- Install the server
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