Dear all,

I completed all the tasks and submitted the assignment several times.
Here is the message I get:
"There was a problem compiling the code from your notebook. Details: ‘CsvExampleGen’ not defined.

or ‘Transform’ is not defined.

But this is not true as I get all my results right.

Please have a look on the grader feedback.

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I think you have chosen incorrect specialisation. Your post seems to be related to Machine Learning Engineering for Production specialisation but as I am not sure about which course and week, I can’t change it.

Kindly do the changes, so you get prompt reply from concerned mentor. I am tagging one of MLops mentor.

@balaji.ambresh, can you please have a look into this post, thank you.


Sorry my dear.

Avoid creating multiple duplicate post for the same issue. you seem to have created already one more post.

Delete one of the post. I have change the specialisation for this post to the concerned category for now.


@Deepti_Prasad Sure. I’m waiting on @Danon to message me the assignment notebook as an attachment.

Please run the cell containing add_metadata.py to fix notebook metadata before running rest of the notebook.

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@balaji.ambresh, You are the best.
Thanks a lot.
I works!!!

I’m getting an error here. For all the submissions in this lab assignment.

Please click my name and message your notebook as an attachment.

I am having this report from the grader

Filename: get_parent_artifacts
0/10Score: 0 of 10
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Grader output
Failed test case: your get_parent_artifacts function returned an incorrectly-defined parent_artifact_list (showing changed values with respect to correct parent_artifact_list).
but got:

Can you help me to understand where and why I am wrong ? ( I know you will need the source code, but a mentor suggested post only the error and wait for another message)

Please click my name and message your notebook as an attachment.

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Thanks for bringing this up. The link in the markdown is incorrect. The staff have been notified to fix this.

Please see this comment:
# Get the events associated with the execution_id

Follow the method name in the markdown to use the correct method: get_events_by_execution_ids.

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