Source code for orion.client.manual

Routines for manual interaction with database

Provides a simple interface to log new trials into the database and link them with a particular
existing experiment.

import logging

from orion.client import create_experiment
from orion.core.utils import format_trials

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]def insert_trials(experiment_name, points, raise_exc=True): """Insert sets of parameters manually, defined in `points`, as new trials for the experiment name, `experiment_name`. .. warning:: This function is deprecated and will be removed in 0.3.0. You should use ExperimentClient.insert() instead. :param experiment_name: Name of the experiment which the new trials are going to be associated with :param points: list of tuples in agreement with experiment's parameter space :param raise_exc: whether an inappropriate tuple of parameters will raise an exception or it will be ignored .. note:: If `raise_exc` is True, no set of parameters will be inserted. If it is False, only the valid ones will be inserted; the rest will be ignored. .. note:: This cannot be used to prepopulate a future experiment. So, an experiment with `experiment_name` should already be configured in the database. """ log.warning( "insert_trials() is deprecated and will be removed in 0.3.0. " "You should use ExperimentClient.insert() instead." ) experiment = create_experiment(experiment_name) valid_points = [] for point in points: try: assert point in valid_points.append(point) except AssertionError: if raise_exc: raise if not valid_points: return new_trials = list( map( lambda data: format_trials.tuple_to_trial(data,, valid_points, ) ) for new_trial in new_trials: experiment.insert(new_trial.params)