Web Interface (WebUI)#
You can use the WebUI to create and monitor experiment progress.
To access the WebUI, go to the default URL
http://master-addr:8080 in your web browser, where
master-addr is the hostname or IP address of the master. If Transport Layer Security (TLS) is
enabled, use port
If you have not yet established a valid Determined session, the WebUI will automatically redirect you to the login page. Once you log in, you will be redirected to the initial URL you entered.
To end the Determined session and log out of the WebUI, click Sign Out.
Creating an Experiment#
If you have an existing experiment or trial, you can use the WebUI to create an experiment. You’ll need to use the CLI to create a new experiment. To learn how to create a new experiment, visit Submit Experiment.
Organizing Your Experiments into Projects and Workspaces#
The WebUI lets you organize your experiments into projects and workspaces. To learn more about Projects and Workspaces, visit Workspaces and Projects.
Configuring the Behavior of an Experiment#
Many experiment configuration settings can be performed via the WebUI. To learn more about configuring an experiment via a YAML file, visit Experiment Configuration Reference.
Evaluating the Performance of a Model#
You can access training and validation performance information via the WebUI. To see model evaluation in action, follow the steps described in the PyTorch MNIST Tutorial.
Adding Models to the Model Registry#
You can use the WebUI to create and edit models and add models to the model registry. You can also use the WebUI to edit model metadata. To find out more, visit Organize Models in the Model Registry.
Viewing Historical Cluster Usage Data#
You can use the WebUI to view Historical Cluster Usage Data.
Managing User Accounts and Groups#
admin user manages user authentication including creating and managing users. To learn more,
visit User Accounts.
With the Determined Enterprise Edition, you can also create and manage user groups. To learn more, visit RBAC.
To find what kind of anonymous information the WebUI collects, visit Common Configuration Options.
Viewing and Managing the Job Queue#
To find out how to view and modify the Job Queue in the WebUI, start with View the Job Queue.
Starting a Jupyter Notebook#
You can start Jupyter Notebooks from the WebUI.
You can launch TensorBoard from the WebUI. To learn how, visit Using TensorBoard.