On VESSL, you can also monitor experiments that you have run locally. This can easily be done by adding a few lines to your code.
Start monitoring your experiment using vessl.init . This will launch a new experiment under your project. You can view the experiment output under LOGS, just like you would in a VESSL-managed experiment. Your local environment's system metrics are also monitored and can be viewed under PLOTS.
In a VESSL-managed experiment, files under the output volume are saved by default. In a local experiment, you can use vessl.upload to upload any output files. You can view these files under FILES.
By default, VESSL will stop monitoring your local experiment when your program exits. If you wish to stop it manually, you can use vessl.finish.