Guild AI Packages
This is the active source repository for Guild AI managed packages.
Each sub-directory represents a package. Refer to each package
README.md for details.
Packages are built and deployed by members of the Guild AI package team. They're available for installation using the Guild AI command line application. See Installing packages below for details.
To use a package, you must install it first using
Ensure that you have the latest version of Guild AI:
$ pip install guildai --upgrade
Verify your installation:
$ guild check
If you know the name of the package you want to install, install it by running:
$ guild install PACKAGE
For example, to install the
slim.resnet package, run:
$ guild install slim.resnet
To find a package, browse this repository or use
$ guild search TERM
Getting package information
Once a package is installed, you can read more about it by running:
$ guild help PACKAGE
To see a list of models available in the package, run:
$ guild models PACKAGE
To see a list of operations available in the package, run:
$ guild operations PACKAGE
Running package model operations
Packages are primarily used to distribute models. You can run a model operation in Guild AI this way:
$ guild run MODEL:OPERATION [FLAG...]
MODEL is one of the models in the installed package and
is the model operation you want to run.
To get help on a particular operation, run:
$ guild run MODEL:OPERATION --help-op
If you have questions about Guild AI packages or are facing problems with a particular package, please open an issue at https://github.com/guildai/packages/issues.