Managing Projects

Create a Standalone Project

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Web UI

On the Projects page, click Create Project and select Create Standalone Project.

Provide a name and then click Create Project.

CLI

The following command creates a Project called ExampleProject

gradient projects create --name ExampleProject [OPTIONS]

Parameters:

Option

Description

--name

Name of new project [required]

--repositoryName

Name of the repository

--repositoryUrl

URL to the repository

--apiKey

Key to use this time only

--help

Help for this feature

Create a GradientCI Project

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Web UI

GradientCI Projects allow you to connect a GitHub repository to your Project in order to automatically run experiments when you push new commits or open pull requests (PRs).

Visit www.paperspace.com/console/projects, click Create Project, and select Create GradientCI Project. Make sure you have installed GradientCI on the target repository to which you'll link your Project.

If you haven't yet connected your GitHub account, follow the prompts to grant access to your GitHub repositories and to your GradientCI App installation:

Then, select the GitHub repo from the dropdown list:

CLI

GradientCI Projects allow you to connect a GitHub repository to your Project in order to automatically run experiments when you push new commits or open pull requests (PRs).

Make sure you have installed GradientCI on the target repository to which you'll link your Project.

The following command creates a Project called ExampleProject

gradient projects create --name ExampleProject --repositoryName <name> --repositoryUrl <url>

Parameters:

Option

Description

--name

Name of new project [required]

--repositoryName

Name of the repository

--repositoryUrl

URL to the repository

--apiKey

Key to use this time only

--help

Help for this feature

Get Your Project's ID

A Project's ID is a required parameter for several commands within Gradient.

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CLI
Web UI

To find the ID, click any Project in the Projects List to navigate to its Project Details page, and then click the Project ID to copy the value to your clipboard:

CLI

To get a Project ID, you can use the following command:

gradient projects list

Deleting a Project

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Web UI

You can delete a project by visiting the project's Settings page and hitting the Delete Project button.

CLI

To delete a Project, you can use the following command:

gradient projects delete --id <project id>