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Image Panel

A image panel is a dedicated space for displaying images.

Comet Experiment Management - Image panel
An example of an image panel

Use the image panel in Comet to visualize and compare your images logged via the log_image() method across experiments, steps, and different models.

About the Configuration Sidebar

The Configuration sidebar consists of two tabs:

  • Data: Select the images to visualize in the panel.

    • Image search: Select the images to display in the panel by name.
      Search begins after you type 3 characters, and looks for unique image names across steps and experiments.

      For example, if you logged image1.png in 3 different experiments across 10 different steps, your search result will still only return one result for image1.png.

      By selecting that image, you can view its permutations in the panel.


      You can always look up saved images for the project by opening an experiment, selecting the Assets & Artifacts tab, and exploring the images/ folder.

    • Stepper: Define how to move through the steps related to your selected images.
      Note that some images may be logged in some steps but not others - in those cases, the panel will not display an image since none was logged.

    • Number of experiments to show: Configure how many experiments to track.
      The panel will display the images from the last X experiments from the top.

  • Annotation: Manage annotations (i.e., bounding boxes and/or regions) logged as part of the log_image() method.

About the Panel Preview

The panel displays the selected images in a grid where each row represents an individual image and each column represents an experiment given the specified number of experiments to show and steps in the Configuration sidebar.

May. 17, 2024