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Combining several metadata types in one dashboard#

To see various types of metadata displayed in one place – like images, model parameters, and learning curves – you can add various widget types to your custom dashboard.

  1. Create a new custom dashboard, or edit an existing one.
  2. In the top-right corner, click Add widget.
  3. Select and different widgets depending on the metadata type:
    • Chart: One or more metrics logged with append(), to be displayed as graphs.
    • Parameters table: For a namespace that contains parameters.
    • Image: Single image, logged with upload() or assigned with =/assign().
    • Image gallery: Images logged as a series with append().
    • Single value: Any value assigned with =/assign().
    • Value list: Text or numerical values logged as a series with append().
    • File preview: Any single uploaded file.
    • FileSet preview: Set of files, such as a folder with source or image files, logged with upload_files().
    • Notebook preview: Jupyter Notebook checkpoints, logged with the neptune–notebooks extension.
    • Table: Interactive preview of tabular data.
  4. Arrange and resize the widgets to your liking.
  5. Save your dashboard.

See example dashboard in Neptune 


If you use the dashboard on screens of varying sizes, save your dashboard again once you've rearranged the widgets for a particular screen size.

Neptune will remember the configurations as the screen size changes.