Install the latest version of LLMstudio using pip

We suggest that you create and activate a new environment using conda
pip install llmstudio

Install bun if you want to use the UI

curl -fsSL | bash

Create a .env file at the same path you’ll run LLMstudio


Now you should be able to run LLMstudio using the following command.

llmstudio server --ui

When the --ui flag is set, you’ll be able to access the UI at http://localhost:3000

You are done setting up LLMstudio!

Python Client

Using it in a Python notebook is also fairly simple! Just run the following cell:

from llmstudio import LLM
model = LLM("anthropic/claude-2.1")"What are Large Language Models?")

The output will be something like the following JSON.

{'id': 'b6ef2e41-2759-410e-a555-ceddcd197139',
 'chat_input': 'Describe Large Language Models in one short sentence',
 'chat_output': ' Large language models are AI systems trained on vast amounts of text data to generate human-like text and power language applications.',
 'timestamp': 1702325277.018998,
 'provider': 'anthropic',
 'model': 'claude-2.1',
 'metrics': {'input_tokens': 8,
  'output_tokens': 24,
  'total_tokens': 32,
  'cost': 0.00064,
  'latency': 5.634583950042725,
  'time_to_first_token': 3.776610851287842,
  'inter_token_latency': 0.07244679202204166,
  'tokens_per_second': 4.259409428058662},
 'parameters': {'temperature': 1,
  'max_tokens_to_sample': 256,
  'top_p': 1,
  'top_k': 5}}