Say I am maintaining some data using dvc, and at some point decide I want to have a metric showing some data statistics (i.e. how many positive samples I have). Can I back-fill this metric to previous commits? (the goal is to track the number of positives I had after each data-commit).
If the commit history is A->B->C, I know I can go back to any commit and run a pipeline, but the metric output of this pipeline will need to be saved in a different commit, right? So I will have to create new git commits: A->A’ B->B’, C->C’ that will store the metric results, or is there a different way?