As of 7.0, a Gradient Project is a creative workspace for a team or user to run Experiments. Projects can be powered by GradientCI (via GitHub), or they can be "Standalone."

GradientCI Projects allow you to run Experiments automatically simply by pushing code to a GitHub repository. See GradientCI for information on setting up our continuous integration service that will run a new experiment whenever:

  1. a new commit is pushed to the linked repo's default branch;

  2. a PR is opened against that default branch;

  3. a commit is pushed to such a PR's branch.

Standalone Projects require you to provide the code and run new Experiments manually, just like running Jobs prior to 7.0. To create a standalone Project via the Paperspace Console:

  1. Begin the Create Project flow and supply a Project name.

  2. Run Experiments manually for the Project via the Experiment Builder or the CLI. See instructions on installing the CLI, and instructions on how to run an experiment from the CLI.