It is now time to visualize all the
Asset composing a given
DatasetVersion. When clicking on a
DatasetVersion, the Assets overview opens.
Thanks to this view, you can very easily visualize all the
Asset and associated Metadata composing your
DatasetVersion. To have the best user experience browsing among your
Asset, Picsellia offers you three different views:
- Grid view
- Table view
- Details view
On each view, you can for sure filter and order
Asset the way you want.
The Assets overview is basically really similar to the
As explained in the glossary,
Data is an element of the
Datalake that represents an image physically stored through a Storage Connector while an
Asset is an element of a
Asset is always related to
Data which means that if an image is used in several
DatasetVersion, we will have several
Asset related to unique
Data in the
Datalake, it allows storing the image only once even if this one is used in many
Basically, the Metadata of an
Asset inherits from
Data ones, but an
Asset also has additional Metadata that are related to the
It is important to know that an
Asset can have
From the Assets overview, you can switch from one view to another easily using the following button:
The header of the view indicates
Loading time optimization
For any view, images thumbnails are generated to ensure a fluid navigation and reduce a much as possible loading times.
On the Assets overview, the potential
Shape (classification, bounding boxes, or polygons) contained in an
Annotation related to an
Asset are displayed.
Annotation exist they can be visualized through the different views available in the Assets overview.
Please note that to visualize an
Annotation and its related
DatasetVersion type must have been set up and
Annotation created on the
DatasetVersion (either through Annotation import or through the Annotation tool)
More details about
Annotation are available here.
Annotationcan only be related to an
Asset, not to
The grid views allow visualizing at a glance many images from the
You can play with the zoom to adjust the number of images displayed by row and change the aspect ratio (among Square, Landscape, Portrait, and 16:9), to adapt the visualization to the format of your image.
In case the
DatasetVersion is annotated, you can filter the
Shape to display. You can hide/display
Label. For instance, hide all the
Shape with the
Switch to Details view or annotate
Hovering on any image will display one badge allowing to vizualize the
Assetin the Details view and one allowing to open the Annotation tool (pen icon)
The table view mainly focuses on visualizing all the Metadata associated with images from the
Please note that the displayed Metadata are related to the
Asset, not the linked
Data. You can also notice that
Annotations Metadata are available.
Switch to Details view
Clicking on any image Preview will switch to the Details view of this image.
The details view aims to display all the elements from one particular
DatasetVersion, meaning the image is displayed in full and it's associated
As for the Grid view, the aspect ratio can be chosen among Square, Landscape, Portrait, and 16:9. You will also be able to zoom in/out on the displayed image, and select the
Shape to display based on the
At the bottom of the view, the image gallery is displaying the thumbnails of the previous/next images in the
Metadata related to the
Asset and potential
Annotation are displayed on the right side of the view.
Left/right arrow keys allows a smooth navigation across images
From any Assets overview, you can select the sorting button to access more sorting possibilities.
The sorting features are then displayed. You can sort the
Asset displayed in the Assets overview:
AssetCreation Date (ascendant or descendant)
- By File Name (ascendant or descendant)
Now that we are able to visualize & sort all the
Asset from the
DatasetVersion. We will see how to select one or many of them to perform further action on them.
From any Assets overview, the selection of
Asset can be done:
1 - Manually by checking the tickbox on each
Asset (tickbox available on all views and Add to selection button available in details view)
2 - By selecting all or the x first, display
Asset among your
The number of selected images against the total number of images currently displayed/filtered in the
Datalake is displayed here:
Dataare selected, action buttons are displayed.
Asset from your
DatasetVersion, you need to select the to-be-deleted
Asset, click on More > Delete assets:
Assetonly delete it from the current
It means that the linked
Dataremains in the
Datalakeand that any potential other
Assetlinked to the same
Datawill also remains in their
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