Supported Operating Systems
Guild provides precompiled packages that can be installed using pip. Below is a table listing the supported platforms.
|Operating System||Python Runtime|
|Linux||Python 2.7, 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8|
|maxOS 10.14, 10.15||Python 2.7, 2.6, 3.7, 3.8|
|Windows 10||Python 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8|
If your operating system configuration is not suppored by one of Guild’s precompiled packages, you can try to compile Guild from source by following the steps in Install Guild AI - From Source Code.
If you need help getting Guild running on your system, ask for help.
Required Software Libraries
Guild requires various software libraries. Each dependency is carefully considered in light of its value to users. If a library does not provide core functionality, Guild is designed to run without it, making it optional.
|Pillow||Converting images to raw format for TensorBoard summaries|
|PyYAML||YAML file decoding|
|Werkzeug||HTTP server used by Guild View and other Guild web applications|
|daemonize||Background runs and other Guild background tools|
|filelock||Coordination across Guild processes (e.g. queues)|
|pkginfo and setuptools||Python package support|
|scikit-optimize||Built-in Bayesian optimization|
|tabview||Curses based application support used by [Guild Compare](/docs/compare]|
|tensorboard||Embedded TensorBoard support|
Optional Software Libraries
|HiPlot||Required when using
|TensorFlow||If enabled via plugins, Guild logs system metrics for each scalar step logged by TensorFlow|
|Keras||Guild detects Keras scripts and applies the applicable default settings for output scalars|