A guide for navigating the gallery view in Catalog.
The gallery view is a grid view of the data rows in the Catalog. It is the default view of the Catalog.
If you search data in the Catalog, using filters, only the filtered data rows will show up in the gallery view.
Visualizing annotations and predictions
The Catalog supports visualizing annotations and predictions to accelerate deriving insights that lead to actions. Below are supported and planned annotation and prediction visualizations of data types.
|Image||Classification, bounding box, segmentation, polygon, polyline, point|
|Tiled||Classification, bounding box, polygon, polyline|
|Text||Classification, entity (NER)|
|Video, Geospatial tiled imagery, Documents, DICOM||Coming soon|
By default, you see a grid view of thumbnails. You can access the detailed view, by clicking on any thumbnail. The detailed view enables you to inspect a particular data row.
You can zoom in on the data with the mouse wheel.
The display panel allows you to customize the display settings below. You can access it by clicking Display.
- Black color fill data row: replace the data row by black pixels. This is useful to see annotations and predictions stand out
- Greyscale: color the data row in grayscale. This is useful to see annotations and predictions stand out
- Color by feature: all annotations and predictions associated with the same feature, have the same color. Annotations are represented by a solid line. Predictions are represented by a dashed line.
- Color by source: All annotations are represented in a solid green line. All predictions are represented by a dashed red line.
Toggle on/off annotations and predictions
You can toggle on/off annotations and predictions in the detailed view, by clicking on the eye icon next to annotations and predictions.
In Catalog, in the detailed view of a data row, you can see its attachments by opening the attachments panel.
See Attachments for instructions about how to create attachments and about supported attachment types.
Updated 2 months ago