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Experiment tracking tools for machine learning

May 2020
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The day-to-day work of machine learning often boils down to a series of experiments in selecting a modeling approach and the network topology, training data and optimizing or tweaking the model. Data scientists must use experience and intuition to hypothesize changes and then measure the impact those changes have on the overall performance of the model. As this practice has matured, our teams have found an increasing need for experiment tracking tools for machine learning. These tools help investigators keep track of the experiments and work through them methodically. Although no clear winner has emerged, tools such as MLflow and platforms such as Comet or Neptune have introduced rigor and repeatability into the entire machine learning workflow.

Nov 2019
trial?

The day-to-day work of machine learning often boils down to a series of experiments in selecting a modeling approach, the network topology, training data and various optimizations or tweaks to the model. Because many of these models are still difficult to interpret or explain, data scientists must use experience and intuition to hypothesize changes and then measure the impact those changes have on the overall performance of the model. As these models have become increasingly common in business systems, several different experiment tracking tools for machine learning have emerged to help investigators keep track of these experiments and work through them methodically. Although no clear winner has emerged, tools such as MLflow or Weights & Biases and platforms such as Comet or Neptune have introduced rigor and repeatability into the entire machine learning workflow. They also facilitate collaboration and help turn data science from a solitary endeavor into a team sport.