In the first quick start tutorial, we created a single run and started Tensorboard service to visualize the outputs.

In this tutorial we will explore a couple more options to start Tensorboard services for single experiments.

Start a Tensorboard

To start a Tensorboard for a specific run:

polyaxon run --hub tensorboard:single-run -P uuid=UUID

This component version will download the outputs and prepare them for a Tensorboard service, usually this version is useful for finished experiments.

Start Tensorboard directly from the artifacts store

Note: Requires Polyaxon v1.9.1 or higher.

When an experiment is still running the previous command is not very useful because it only loads the latest snapshot of the experiment’s outputs.

If you deployed Polyaxon with S3/GCS/Volume artifacts store, you can also point the Tensorboard directly to the artifacts store path instead of the Polyaxon’s context.

polyaxon run --hub tensorboard:single-run-storepath -P uuid=UUID -w

Note: This component version will not work with Azure or other artifacts store backend, because Tensorboard does not load the outputs natively from those services.

Start Tensorboard from the UI

If you are using Polyaxon Cloud or Polyaxon EE, you can perform the same actions using the UI. Polyaxon tracks runs that have Tensorboard as one of their artifacts and shows a button to start or resume a Tensorboard service for those runs.


Running the Tensorboard:


Shortcut to the Tensorboard: