Analytics view

A guide for navigating the analytics view in Catalog.

The analytics view helps you understand the distribution of annotations and metadata in the Catalog.

In the Catalog, you can access the analytics view by clicking on the analytics view icon in the top right.

The analytics view works exactly like the gallery view: if you search data in the Catalog, using filters, only the filtered data rows will show up in the analytics View. This is useful to understand the distribution of annotations and metadata of a specific subset of data.

Annotations distribution

By default, the analytics view shows the distribution of annotations among the filtered data.

Every line in the histogram represents a feature. If the feature has sub-features, you can see the distribution of sub-features by clicking on the arrow on the left of the histogram bar.

Metadata distribution

The Analytics view allows you to see the distribution of annotations among the filtered data. To do so, click on Metadata.

Every line in the histogram represents a metadata field. If the metadata field has sub-fields, you can see the distribution of sub-field by clicking on the arrow on the left of the histogram bar.

Filter data using Analytics

Annotations and metadata histograms are interactive. Indeed, you can simply click on any histogram bar, to visualize the corresponding data rows in the gallery view of the Catalog.

Here's what is happening behind the scenes:

  • Labelbox opens the Gallery view of the Catalog (you were in the analytics view) so that you can visualize data rows
  • Labelbox adds a filter in the Catalog, to narrow down to the data rows associated with the histogram bar you clicked


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