ZenML 0.5.3 adds support for statistics visualizations, greatly improved speed for CLI commands as well as lots of small improvements to the pipeline and step interface.
For a detailed look at what’s changed, give our full release notes a glance. This blog post will cover some of the big-picture changes.
In the latest release we added the concept of visualizations as a first-class citizen in ZenML. Now you can use awesome third-party libraries to visualize ZenML steps and artifacts. We support the facets visualization for statistics out of the box, to find data drift between your training and test sets.
|Here’s what the statistics visualizer looks like|
You may have noticed that the previous versions of ZenML CLI were a bit slow. 😬 Sorry about that. We’ve fixed the problem. There were some imports of large libraries happening at inopportune moments. This improvement will get a whole blog post of its own, so watch this space for more details…
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