neptune-contrib: open-source contributions to Neptune.ml
This library is a collection of helpers and extensions that make working with Neptune app more effective and better. It is build on top of neptune-client and gives you option to do things like:
- interactive visualizations of experiment runs or hyperparameters
- running hyper parameter sweeps in scikit-optimize, hyperopt or any other tool you like
- monitor training of the lightGBM or fastai models with a single callback
- much more
Enjoy the following integrations:
And the best thing is you can extend it yourself or... tell us to do it for you :).
.. toctree:: :maxdepth: 1 :caption: Get Started installation overview
.. toctree:: :maxdepth: 1 :caption: Examples examples/examples_index
.. toctree:: :maxdepth: 1 :caption: User Guide api.utils <user_guide/api/utils> hpo.utils <user_guide/hpo/utils> bots.telegram_bot <user_guide/bots/telegram_bot> monitoring.lightgbm <user_guide/monitoring/lightgbm> monitoring.fastai <user_guide/monitoring/fastai> monitoring.metrics <user_guide/monitoring/metrics> monitoring.skopt <user_guide/monitoring/skopt> monitoring.utils <user_guide/monitoring/utils> sync.with_json <user_guide/sync/with_json> versioning.data <user_guide/versioning/data> viz.experiments <user_guide/viz/experiments> viz.projects <user_guide/viz/projects>
Bug Reports and Questions
neptune-contrib is MIT-licensed and the source code is available on GitHub. If you find yourself in any trouble drop an isse on Git Issues, fire a feature request on Git Feature Request or ask us on the Neptune community forum or Neptune community spectrum.
We keep an updated list of open issues/feature ideas on github project page Github projects. If you feel like taking a shot at one of those do go for it! In case of any trouble please talk to us on the Neptune community spectrum.