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## Listing/

## Configuration

Use ranged and listed options to create a set of experiments.

Type

`1, 2, 8`

in a field to say you wish to run a separate experiment for each of the listed options.Type

`1 ... 4`

in a field to sweep an option and create an experiment for each valid value in that range.If you would like to created a range with a step, use the following syntax to add a mathematical function to update the next value based on the previous value. For instance, for a range that represents all even values use:

`0 ... 20 : x+2`

and it will step every 2 values.You can express other complex values like so:

`1 ... 20: x*2`

for powers of two: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16.Notice that

`x`

in each example will be the previous value before generating the next until x is greater than the bounds of the range. In this case,`20`

.You may combine these into a variety of ways. For example:

`1 ... 9 : x+3, 21, 121`

will create experiments for`1`

,`4`

,`7`

,`21`

, and`121`

.All permutations of configurations will result in new experiment runs.

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## Backend

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