AgentOhana: Design Unified Data and Training Pipeline for Effective Agent Learning

Published on Feb 23
· Submitted by akhaliq on Feb 26


Autonomous agents powered by large language models (LLMs) have garnered significant research attention. However, fully harnessing the potential of LLMs for agent-based tasks presents inherent challenges due to the heterogeneous nature of diverse data sources featuring multi-turn trajectories. In this paper, we introduce AgentOhana as a comprehensive solution to address these challenges. AgentOhana aggregates agent trajectories from distinct environments, spanning a wide array of scenarios. It meticulously standardizes and unifies these trajectories into a consistent format, streamlining the creation of a generic data loader optimized for agent training. Leveraging the data unification, our training pipeline maintains equilibrium across different data sources and preserves independent randomness across devices during dataset partitioning and model training. Additionally, we present xLAM-v0.1, a large action model tailored for AI agents, which demonstrates exceptional performance across various benchmarks.


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Nice paper! Thanks for the insights.

Did you also compare two versions of xLAM, one trained with your standard format, and one just with various formats? I am curious on how much performance gain we got from standardizing the tool usage trajectories.

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