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Runs table overview#

In the runs table, you can see all the runs of the project in one place.

Each time you track a run with neptune.init_run(), it's added to the top of the table.

Example of the runs table in the Neptune app

  • The leftmost column shows the Neptune ID and the status of the run.
  • The eye icon () indicates whether the run is selected for the comparison view mode.

Searching and filtering runs#

Filter input box and selection menu for date and time

You can query runs by any field (except file fields).


  • Click on the operator or value to modify it without changing the rest of the query.
  • To instantly filter by tag or owner, click on a tag or owner in the respective column.

For the syntax, see Search and filter the runs table.

Configuring runs table columns#

Apart from filtering, you can customize the table columns to display the fields you are interested in.

Adding columns to the table#

To add a suggested column to the table, click the plus icon ().

  • To dismiss a suggestion, click the minus icon ().
  • To hide or show suggested columns, click the lightbulb icon ().

You can also add a field with the Add column button.

Good to know

To be featured in the parallel coordinates comparison view, the column must be present in the runs table.

Pinning columns#

Pinned columns determine which fields are included in the legend box when comparing multiple runs, for example, in charts.

  • To pin a column, click the icon and select Pin column.

    You can also drag the column to the left of the separator line.

Sorting and customizing columns#

You can:

  • Sort the table by any column that has been added.
  • Configure the column label (name), color, and numerical format.

Saving a custom view#

Once you're satisfied with the table, you can save it as a custom view by clicking Save view as new. It can then be accessed by anyone viewing the project.

Saving a custom view of the runs table