To access the proper Organization's
Datalake, ensure that you're within the right Organization. Each Organization has its own independent
After accessing the correct Organization, you can reach its
Datalake through the Navigation Bar as illustrated below:
You're now visualizing the
Datalake for your Organization.
Now, it's time to upload your
Data to Picsellia!
Every machine learning project begins with data, and in our case of Computer Vision, it starts with images.
There are two ways to access your
Data using Picsellia:
- Connect your remote storage to Picsellia's
Datalakeand access them through Picsellia.
- Upload locally stored
Datadirectly to Picsellia. In this scenario, your
Datawill be stored in Picsellia's AWS-operated storage.
This page focuses on the second approach: the direct upload of
Data to Picsellia's
To proceed, simply click on the Upload data button.
If you're new to Picsellia, your
Datalakemight be empty or contain 150 example
A modal will appear. From here, click on Select files, which will open your OS's file browser, allowing you to choose the images you wish to import into your Picsellia
Once you've selected files from your local device, you can create or select the appropriate
DataTag to associate with the batch of
Data you're about to upload to your
Datalake. To learn more about tags and their usage, refer to this documentation page.
After selecting the necessary files and
DataTags, click on Upload.
During the upload, a progress bar will display. Depending on the amount of
Data being uploaded, you may need to be patient, or consider using our SDK to upload Data.
Supported Image Formats
Currently, we support the primary image formats:
If you require support for additional formats, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Once the upload is complete, you can see the total number of
Data in your
Datalake and sort it based on various criteria (updated date, filename, or random), as depicted below:
What about Annotations?
It's important to note that labeling occurs at the
DatasetVersionlevel, not at the
Data refers to an image that is part of your
Datalake. Any image used within any Picsellia feature is always associated with
Data stored in the
Datalake. For example, the
Asset composing a
Dataset or the
Predictions made within a
Deployment are always linked to
Data stored in the
Data in Picsellia's
Datalake includes both the image and its linked Metadata. This Metadata can be viewed using the Table button, which opens the Table view.
The Table view provides access to the following Metadata:
- preview: thumbnail of your image
- filename: complete filename of your
- shape: dimensions in pixels of your
- source: source of your
Data(e.g., direct_upload, AWS_bucket, serving....)
DataTagassociated with the
Data(more about tags here)
- created at: creation date of the
- created by: Picsellia user who created the
- Personalized Metadata
All Metadata can be customized and personalized using the SDK. However, as Picsellia relies on this Metadata to handle images, modifying them may lead to unexpected outcomes.
The search bar is the most effective way to leverage Metadata and navigate through your
Datalake. More information is available here.
Updated 27 days ago