Workspaces and projects#
A workspace is a space inside Neptune where you can manage projects, people, and your subscription.
There is no limit to the number of users you can have in your workspace. The available collaboration features depend on your plan:
- Team: You can have multiple active projects, which are accessible to all workspace members.
- Scale and Custom: With user access management, you can control which projects users can see and contribute to.
Your free, individual account is for your own use, where you can have one active project at a time.
For more plan info, check the pricing page on the Neptune website.
Tip for students
A project typically represents one machine learning task. A project can contain runs, models, model versions, and project-level metadata.
Projects have three levels of visibility:
- Workspace: Any workspace member can access these projects.
- Public: Freely available to view by anyone on the internet.
- Scale and Custom: Only users assigned to the project can see it.
- You can also have private projects in your free, individual account.
Logging metadata to the project#
To log runs or other data via API, you need the full project name of the project:
We recommend exporting it as an environment variable in your system, but you can also pass it via the code that initializes Neptune:
- For example, if your workspace name is "ml-team" and project name is "classification":
How do I find my project name?
Your full project name has the form
For example, if your workspace name (shown in the top-left corner) is "ml-team" and your project is named "classification", your project string is:
To copy the name, click the menu in the top-right corner and select Edit project details.
You should use your ".edu" or non-profit email for this type of account. ↩