Implementation of metric collection in PyTorch.

Module Contents#





Collect per-sample metrics on a Table or Dataset.


tlc.client.torch.metrics.collect_dataset.collect_metrics(table:, metrics_collectors: list[tlc.client.torch.metrics.metrics_collectors.metrics_collector_base.MetricsCollector], constants: dict[str, Any] = {}, constants_schemas: dict[str, tlc.core.schema.Schema] | None = None, dataset_url: str = '', dataset_name: str = '', run_url: tlc.core.url.Url | str | None = None, collect_aggregates: bool = True, split: str = '', exclude_zero_weights: bool = False, *, dataloader_args: dict[str, Any] | None = None) None#

Collect per-sample metrics on a Table or Dataset.

  • Writes a single metrics table which uses the input table as foreign table. This table will contain any constants contained in the constants argument, as well as any metrics computed by the metrics collectors.

  • Add the metadata of the metrics table to the metrics property of the Run.

  • Add the Url of the input table to the Run as an input.

  • Collect aggregate values from the metrics collectors and add them to the Run (merged with the constants)

  • table – The Table (or Dataset) to collect metrics from.

  • metrics_collectors – A list of metrics collectors to use.

  • constants – A dictionary of constants to use when collecting metrics.

  • constants_schemas – A dictionary of schemas for the constants. If no schemas are provided, the schemas will be inferred from the constants.

  • dataset_url – The url of the dataset. Only need to specify if the dataset is not a Table.

  • dataset_name – The name of the dataset.

  • run_url – The url of the run to add the metrics to. If not specified, the active run will be used.

  • collect_aggregates – Whether to collect aggregate values from the metrics collectors and add them to the Run. This allows an aggregate view to be shown in the Project page of the 3LC Dashboard. Aggregate values are computed for all computable columns in the metrics collectors, and are prefixed with the split name. For example, if a metrics collector defines a computable column called “accuracy”, and the split is “train”, then the aggregate value will be called “train_accuracy_avg”.

  • split – The split of the dataset. This will be prepended to the aggregate metric names.

  • exclude_zero_weights – Whether to exclude samples with zero weights when collecting metrics.

  • dataloader_args – Additional arguments to pass to the dataloader.