The store method
Storing a file to Picsellia during an experiment is as simple as this:
from picsellia import Client api_token = 'YOUR TOKEN' project_name = 'My awesome Project' client = Client(api_token) project = client.get_project(project_name) experiment = project.get_experiment( name='my_new_experiment' ) experiment.store('config', 'pipeline.config')
Now you can check that your file has nicely been uploaded on Picsellia.
Here are the arguments of the
name(string, default="") name of the file as displayed in Picsellia, use it to retrieve your file
path(string, default=None) the path to the file you want to upload
experiment_id(string, default=None) specify the id of your experiment if you have not initialized it earlier
zip(Boolean, default=False), set to True if you need to zip the file or even a directory before upload
The download method
If you need to retrieve and download an asset previously saved to Picsellia, you can use the
config = experiment.get_artifact('config') config.download('path/to/config')
You can optionally set some parameters when calling this method:
path, the name of the directory you want to download your file in.
large, if the download fail, try setting this parameter to True to force multipart download.
Updated about 14 hours ago