Dror Hilman Dror Hilman - 8 months ago 227
Python Question

How can we use tqdm in a parallel execution with joblib?

I want to run a function in parallel, and wait until all parallel nodes are done, using joblib. Like in the example:

from math import sqrt
from joblib import Parallel, delayed
Parallel(n_jobs=2)(delayed(sqrt)(i ** 2) for i in range(10))

But, I want that the execution will be seen in a single progressbar like with tqdm, showing how many jobs has been completed.

How would you do that?


If your problem consists of many parts, you could split the parts into k subgroups, run each subgroup in parallel and update the progressbar in between, resulting in k updates of the progress.

This is demonstrated in the following example from the documentation.

>>> with Parallel(n_jobs=2) as parallel:
...    accumulator = 0.
...    n_iter = 0
...    while accumulator < 1000:
...        results = parallel(delayed(sqrt)(accumulator + i ** 2)
...                           for i in range(5))
...        accumulator += sum(results)  # synchronization barrier
...        n_iter += 1