Data with Picsellia's
In your Organization's
Datalake, where all your
Data is stored, things can become disorganized after weeks of work – often referred to as "data chaos."
The primary goal of the tools within the
Datalake is to assist you in structuring and organizing your
Data as needed.
Think of a tag as a marker that you can name and connect with different elements in Picsellia. Its primary purpose is to make organizing and locating these elements easier. Since almost everything in Picsellia can have a tag – whether it's a
Dataset, and more – the ones linked to the
Datalake are called
For this page, we're only focusing on the
Remember, each piece of
Data can have multiple
This additional layer of Organization empowers you to create a unique hierarchy for your
Data within the
Datalake. Even though all your
Data is stored in one place, you can still find and navigate through them based on specific
DataTagis not a label or an annotation
It's only a tool to help you Organizing your
Of course, you can use
DataTag in any way that suits your needs, allowing you to build your
Datalake structure according to your preferences.
For instance, you might use
DataTag to differentiate
Data based on their use, source, or purpose (like training or testing).
You can use the Datalake - Query Language to retrieve or filter your
For creating, modifying, or removing a
DataTag, you can access the Settings page of your
Datalake and go to the Tags tab.
To create a new
DataTag, simply click on Add new tag. This adds a new entry to the
DataTag list, where you can provide a name and description for the new
DataTag is established when you click the + icon.
You can also change the name and description of an existing
DataTag, or delete it using the trash icon after selecting it.
Once created, there are two ways to attach
DataTag to your
Data within the
DataTagwhen ⬆️ Importing Data from Your Local Drive.
It's highly recommended to always attach
DataTagwhen adding new
When you're importing
Data into your
Datalake (whether through direct upload or cloud storage scanning), you have the option to connect one or more
DataTag to the incoming
In this process, after selecting the files to upload, you can select the
DataTag you want from the list.
You can also create new
DataTag here, like this:
Once you click Create, the new
DataTag gets added to the list and will be connected to the
Data you're uploading when you click Upload.
If you want to attach
Data that's already in your
Datalake, simply select the images you want to tag, and then choose Tag > Attach.
After that, you can link the selected
Data to the
DataTag you want from the list, and confirm by clicking Attach, like this:
And once again, remember that you can also create new
DataTag from this attachment modal:
Now that you know how to create and attach
DataTag to enhance your
Datalake Organization, let's explore how to effectively use these tags to easily locate the specific
Data you need within your
You can begin by identifying the
DataTag associated with each
Data entry using the Table or Details views in your
If for any reason you need to detach one or several
DataTag from a set of
Data from your
Datalake, you simply need to select the bench of
DataTag need to be detached from and click on Tag > Detach.
A modal will open listing all
DataTag attached to any of the selected
Data. You just need to click on the
DataTag you want to detach from the
Data selected and click on the button Detach.
Updated about 2 months ago