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The Pipeline Runs Table

The pipeline runs table is a customizable list of the pipeline’s runs. Use it to view a run’s details, and manage runs (create, continue, or abort). The runs table's auto-refresh allows users to continually monitor run progress.

View the runs table in table view Table view or in details view Details view, using the buttons on the top left of the page. Use the table view for a comparative view of your runs according to columns of interest. Use the details view to access a selected run’s details, while keeping the pipeline runs list in view.

Pipeline runs table

Run Table Columns#

The models table contains the following columns:

RUNPipeline run identifierString
VERSIONThe pipeline version number. Corresponds to the PipelineController ’s and PipelineDecorator’s version parameterVersion string
TAGSDescriptive, user-defined, color-coded tags assigned to run.Tag
STATUSPipeline run's status. See a list of the task states and state transitions.String
USERUser who created the run.String
STARTEDElapsed time since the run started. To view the date and time of start, hover over the elapsed time.Date-time
UPDATEDElapsed time since the last update to the run. To view the date and time of update, hover over the elapsed time.Date-time
RUN TIMEThe current / total running time of the run.Time
MetricsAdd metrics column (last, minimum, and / or maximum values). Available options depend upon the runs in the table.Varies according to runs in table
HyperparametersAdd hyperparameters. Available options depend upon the runs in the table.Varies according to runs in table

Customizing the Runs Table#

Customize the table using any of the following:

  • Dynamic column ordering - Drag a column title to a different position.
  • Show / hide columns - Click Setting Gear to view and select columns to show. Click Metric and Hyper Parameter to add the respective custom columns
  • Filter columns
  • Sort columns
  • Resize columns - Drag the column separator to change the width of that column. Double click the column separator for automatic fit.

Changes are persistent (cached in the browser) and represented in the URL, so customized settings can be saved in a browser bookmark and shared with other ClearML users.

Float Values Display

By default, the runs table displays rounded up float values. Hover over a float to view its precise value in the tooltip that appears. To view all precise values in a column, hover over a float and click Expand.

Filtering Columns#

Filters can be applied by clicking Filter on a column, and the relevant filter appears.

There are a few types of filters:

  • Value set - Choose which values to include from a list of all values in the column
  • Numerical ranges - Insert minimum and / or maximum value
  • Date ranges - Insert starting and / or ending date and time
  • Tags - Choose which tags to filter by from a list of all tags used in the column.
    • Filter by multiple tag values using the ANY or ALL options, which correspond to the logical "AND" and "OR" respectively. These options appear on the top of the tag list.
    • Filter by the absence of a tag (logical "NOT") by clicking its checkbox twice. An X will appear in the tag's checkbox.

Once a filter is applied to a column, its filter icon will appear with a highlighted dot on its top right (Filter on ).

To clear all active filters, click Clear filters in the top right corner of the table.


The following table customizations are saved on a per pipeline basis:

  • Columns order
  • Column width
  • Active sort order
  • Active filters
  • Custom columns

Create Run#

To launch a new run for a pipeline, click + NEW RUN on the top left of the page. This opens a NEW RUN modal, where you can set the run’s parameters. By default, the fields are pre-filled with the last run’s values.

Click Advanced configurations to change the run’s execution queue.

New run modal

After clicking RUN, the new pipeline run is enqueued in the specified queue, and the run is added to the pipeline run table.

Run Actions#

The following table describes the actions that can be done from the run table, including the states that allow each operation.

Access these actions with the context menu in any of the following ways:

  • In the pipeline runs table, right click a run, or hover over a pipeline and click Dot menu
  • In a pipeline info panel, click the menu button Bar menu
ActionDescriptionStates Valid for the ActionState Transition
DetailsView pipeline details.Any stateNone
RunCreate a new pipeline run. Configure and enqueue it for execution. See Create Run.Any StatePending
AbortManually stop / cancel a run.Running / PendingAborted
ContinueRerun with the same parameters.AbortedPending
Add TagUser-defined labels added to runs for grouping and organization.Any stateNone
ArchiveTo more easily work with active runs, archive a run. See Archiving.Any stateNone
RestoreAction available in the archive. Restore a run to the active pipeline runs table.Any stateNone

pipeline run context menu

Most of the actions mentioned in the chart above can be performed on multiple runs at once. Select multiple runs, then use either the context menu, or the bar that appears at the bottom of the page, to perform operations on the selected runs. Actions can be performed only on the runs that match the action criteria (for example, only Aborted pipeline runs can be continued). The context menu shows the number of runs that can be affected by each action. The same information can be found in the bottom menu, in a tooltip that appears when hovering over an action icon.

Selecting Multiple Runs#

Select multiple runs by clicking the checkbox on the left of each relevant run. Clear any existing selection by clicking the checkbox in the top left corner of the table.

Click the checkbox in the top left corner of the table to select all items currently visible.

An extended bulk selection tool is available through the down arrow next to the checkbox in the top left corner, enabling selecting items beyond the items currently on-screen:

  • All - Select all runs in the pipeline
  • None - Clear selection
  • Filtered - Select all runs in the project that match the current active table filters