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If you are not already using ClearML, see Getting Started for setup instructions.

LangChain is a popular framework for developing applications powered by language models. You can integrate ClearML into your LangChain code using the built-in ClearMLCallbackHandler. This class is used to create a ClearML Task to log LangChain assets and metrics.

Integrate ClearML with the following steps:

  1. Set up the ClearMLCallbackHandler. The following code creates a ClearML Task called llm in the langchain_callback_demo project, which captures your script's information, including Git details, uncommitted code, and python environment:

    from langchain.callbacks import ClearMLCallbackHandler
    from langchain_openai import OpenAI

    # Set up and use the ClearML Callback
    clearml_callback = ClearMLCallbackHandler(
    # Change the following parameters based on the amount of detail you want tracked

    llm = OpenAI(temperature=0, callbacks=[clearml_callback])

    You can also pass the following parameters to the ClearMLCallbackHandler object:

    • task_type – The type of ClearML task to create (see task types)
    • tags – A list of tags to add to the task
    • visualize - Set to True for ClearML to capture the run's Dependencies and Entities plots to the ClearML task
    • complexity_metrics - Set to True to log complexity metrics
    • stream_logs - Set to True to stream callback actions to ClearML Parameters.
  2. Use ClearMLCallbackHandler.flush_tracker() after each model request to make sure all outputs, including metrics and prompts, are logged to ClearML:

    llm_result = llm.generate(["Tell me a joke", "Tell me a poem"] * 3)

    clearml_callback.flush_tracker(langchain_asset=llm, name="simple_sequential")

    Specify the following parameters:

    • name - A string identifying a context for the logged information (Tip: Use different names to log different model conversations).
    • langchain_asset - The LangChain asset to save. This can also be a LangChain agent, and ClearML will track its results.
    • finish - Set to True to close the ClearML task after logging. If set to True, the Callback cannot be used anymore.

Additional Logging Options

To augment its automatic logging, ClearML also provides an explicit logging interface.

See more information about explicitly logging information to a ClearML Task:

See Explicit Reporting Tutorial.