To access the proper
Datalake, first, ensure that you're within the right Organization. Each Organization can have one or several independent
After accessing the proper Organization, you can see the list of available
Datalake through the Navigation Bar as illustrated below:
You're now visualizing the
Datalake list available for your Organization.
In our case, you want to visualize and explore the images that are stored on your own Cloud Storage, tho you can click on the
Datalake that has been previously connected to your bucket.
If the integration between your bucket and a Picsellia
Datalake inside your Organization has not been done yet, you can do it following this tutorial.
Every machine learning project begins with data, and in our case of Computer Vision, it starts with images.
There are two ways to create
Data into a Picsellia
Datafrom a local drive. In this case, the uploaded
Datawill be physically stored by Picsellia on the bucket linked to the
Datalakethrough a Storage Connector.
Dataalready stored on a bucket hosted by a Cloud provider. In this case, you will be able to visualize and explore
Dataalready physically stored through your Picsellia
This page focuses on the second approach: the visualization and manipulation of
Data stored on your Cloud-based Object Storage.
In our case, the
Data is already physically stored on a cloud-based bucket. Moreover, the current
Datalake is already connected to this bucket. So, the only remaining action to be done is to select from Picsellia the images stored on your bucket that have to be visualized as
Data in your integrated
To proceed, click on the Import bucket objects button.
A modal will appear. From here, a modal will open displaying the file structure of the connected bucket and allowing you to choose the images you wish to import into your Picsellia
You can then select the files or folder to import from your bucket to your
Datalake as shown below:
Once the import is launched, you can track its completion from the Jobs panel.
Depending on the amount of
Data being imported, you may need to be patient,.
Supported Image Formats
Currently, we support the primary image formats:
If you require support for additional formats, please don't hesitate to contact Picsellia team.
Once the import 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
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