When running experiments with cnvrg, we will track your experiments results using cnvrg's Version control.
For each commit that was created during an experiment, cnvrg will sync only the new files that were created in that commit.
We can think of it as a unique branch for every experiment, where the first commit will be the start commit of the experiment, and the last commit will be the end commit for the experiment.
When you're ready to merge one of the experiment's commits into your Master branch (any commit that wasn't created during an experiment), you can click on:
 Merge to Master  button on the commit:

This will create a new Master commit, and will only copy the newly created files to the new commit:

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