Aim 3.10 — Visualize terminal logs, M1 support & better query autocomplete
Hey team, Aim 3.10 is now available!
We are on a mission to democratize AI dev tools. Thanks to the awesome Aim community for the help and contributions.
Here is what’s new in Aim 3.10:
- Visualize terminal logs
- M1 support
- Better autocomplete experience
- Aim citation available
- LightGBM integration
- CatBoost integration
Visualize terminal logs
When it comes to automating training of multiple runs with job schedulers or workload managers on a cluster, it becomes hard to track the terminal logs of the runs.
Now Aim automatically streams the terminal logs to the UI. Near-real-time.
The terminal logs can be turned off if the run instance is created with the following flag in place:
aim_run = Run(capture_terminal_logs=False)
Check out more about this feature in Aim docs.
With the awesome work by the PyTorch team on enabling support for GPU-accelerated PyTorch training on Mac, there has been a huge demand to enable aim on M1 as well.
Aim now supports M1 too. Now you can use Aim with PyTorch on Mac to track and deeply compare your experiments 😊.
Better autocomplete experience
We have integrated a rich code autocomplete system as the Aim community loves to deeply query their training runs. This has been a highly requested improvement and a huge productivity booster. Expect more improvements here ❤️
Aim citation available
Now you can cite Aim from your paper if you are using Aim to compare your experiments. The citation file.
Here is a short example that shows how to use AimLogger for CatBoost.
LightGBM is one of the most widely-used and battle-tested gradient boosting frameworks. Due to high-demand we have also added an out-of-the-box Aim LightGBM integration.
We have been incredibly lucky to get help and contributions from the amazing Aim community. It’s humbling and inspiring.
This article was originally published on Aim Blog. Find more in depth guides and details of the newest releases there.