Commit ab40db8b authored by Benjamin Beyret's avatar Benjamin Beyret
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fix docker vs docker image typos

parent 84fc3fe9
......@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ work on the ML Agents `BrainInfo` you can access them via `info['brain_info']`
~~**NEW (v1.0.4)**: you can now select the resolution of the observation your agent takes as input, this argument will be passed to the environment directly (must be between 4 and 256)~~ (this option was removed, for evaluation inputs are 84x84, [see discussion](https://github.com/beyretb/AnimalAI-Olympics/issues/61#issuecomment-521933419))
Make sure any data loaded in the docker is referred to using **absolute paths** in the container or the form `/aaio/data/...` (see below). An example that you can modify is provided [here](https://github.com/beyretb/AnimalAI-Olympics/blob/master/examples/submission/agent.py)
Make sure any data loaded in the docker image is referred to using **absolute paths** in the container or the form `/aaio/data/...` (see below). An example that you can modify is provided [here](https://github.com/beyretb/AnimalAI-Olympics/blob/master/examples/submission/agent.py)
## Create an EvalAI account and add submission details
......@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ If your submission only requires the `animalai-train` library to run, you can us
docker build --tag=submission .
```
You can give your docker the name you want, it does not have to be `submission`. Note that the Dockerfile creates two
You can give your docker image the name you want, it does not have to be `submission`. Note that the Dockerfile creates two
folders `/aaio` and `/aaio/data` at the root of the image, and copies the `agent.py` file and `data` folder from your local machine into the image. Your submission must keep this architecture. References to these folders in
your code **should use absolute paths** (see the example agent provided in `examples/submission`).
......@@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ You can now submit your image to EvalAI for evaluation as explained on the [Eval
**Note**: the phase name to use when pushing is: `animalai-main-396`. To push your image use `evalai push <image>:<tag> --phase animalai-main-396` (details are at the bottom of the EvalAI page linked above).
## Docker evaluation and results
## Docker image evaluation and results
On the EvalAI page you will see that the number of valid submissions is limited to one a day. A submission is valid if it fulfils the following requirements:
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