For instance, you may have identified difficult or rare data. To improve the neural network, you are looking for similar data to include in your training sets.
Select high-value data rows in the model run. For example, these data rows might be difficult for the neural network, or they might correspond to a rare scenario. Your goal is to mine all of your existing data - labeled and unlabeled - to include similar data in your training sets.
Click on Manage selection and View in catalog to open these high-value data rows in Catalog.
This opens Catalog and automatically creates a filter Showing results from model run XX
Once in Catalog, select the high-value data rows and click on Similar to selection to find similar data rows.
Then, remove the filter Showing results from model run XX so that the similarity search operates on your entire data catalog.
This surfaces images in Catalog that are most similar to your high-value images.
You may want to keep only unlabeled data, to label it in priority and include it in your training data. To do so, add a filter Annotation > is None.
You may want to keep only labeled data, to include it directly in your training set. To do so, add a filter Annotation and/or Project with the annotations and/or labeling projects you are looking for.
You can refine the similarity search. Select the images you find most relevant, and then click on Add selection to anchors. These images will be added as anchor images in the similarity search. Learn more about how to add anchors to your similarity search.
Updated 6 months ago