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Run Page

Use the run page to explore detailed information about a specific run within a project.

Overview tab

Use the Overview tab learn about a specific run in a project, such as:

  • Name: The name of the run
  • Description: A description of the run
  • Author: The W&B entity that created the run
  • State: The state of the run
  • Start time: The timestamp when the run is initialized
  • Duration: How long it took for the run to reach a state
  • Run path: A unique run path <entity>/<project>/<run_id>
  • OS: Operating system that initialized the run
  • Python version: The Python version that created the run
  • Git repository: If git is enabled, the git repository associated with the run
  • Command: The command that initialized the run
  • System hardware: The hardware the run was executed on
  • Config: List of config parameters saved with wandb.config
  • Summary: List of summary parameters saved with wandb.log(), by default set to the last value logged

To view the a run's overview page:

  1. Within your project workspace, click on a specific run.
  2. Next, click on the Overview tab on the left hand column.

W&amp;B Dashboard run overview tab

Run states

The proceeding table describes the possible states a run can be in:

FinishedRun ended and fully synced data, or called wandb.finish()
FailedRun ended with a non-zero exit status
CrashedRun stopped sending heartbeats in the internal process, which can happen if the machine crashes
RunningRun is still running and has recently sent a heartbeat

Workspace tab

Use the Workspace tab to view, search, group and arrange visualizations such as:

  • Autogenerated plots such as examples predictions made by a validation set
  • Custom plots
  • System metrics and more

Create charts manually with the W&B App UI or programmatically with the W&B Python SDK. See Log media and objects in Experiments for more information.

System tab

The System tab shows system metrics tracked for a specific run such as:

  • Visualize CPU utilization
  • System memory
  • Disk I/O
  • Network traffic
  • GPU utilization
  • GPU temperature
  • GPU time spent accessing memory
  • GPU memory allocated
  • GPU power usage

View a live example here.

"See the Tracking System Resource" blog by Lambda Labs for more information on how to use W&B system metrics.

Model tab

See the layers of your model, the number of parameters, and the output shape of each layer within the Model Tab.

View a live example here.

Logs tab

The Log tab shows output printed on the command line such as the stdout and stderr. W&B shows the last 10,000 lines.

Click the Download button in the upper right hand corner to download the log file.

View a live example here.

Files tab

Use the Files tab to view files associated with a specific run. Keep model checkpoints, validation set examples, and more

View a live example here.


Use W&B Artifacts for tracking inputs and outputs of runs. Check out the Artifacts quickstart here.

Artifacts tab

The Artifacts tab lists the input and output Artifacts for the specified run.

View a live example here.

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