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Overview

Annotation module is a web application that runs in your browser with help of javascript and could be accessible from anywhere.

Pre-Requirements

Follow those recommendations for the best results:

Browser support

Though we support all common web browsers, we strongly recommend using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, because we use latest technologies to render annotations. We also advise you to use the latest version of web browser.

Hardware acceleration

To work with large images and lots of annotations we recommend to use computer with hardware acceleration available. Check if your browser uses hardware acceleration here.

Getting Started

Annotation module supports working with one Dataset at once.

To start annotation you should open Project and click on interesting Dataset in dashboard. You can also choose Start annotation from Dataset context menu, as shown below:

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Overview

Please use this reference of annotation application interface to quickly navigate to the interesting section of documentation:

  1. Home button — returns user to main menu (Projects page)
  2. Instruments panel — tools to create annotations
  3. Navigation panel — current image and dataset
  4. Additional controls — quick links and application view settings
  5. Images panel — list of images of dataset
  6. Figures panel — list of figures of current image
  7. History panel — recent actions
  8. Scene controls — opacity and border of annotations, zoom controls
  9. Main scene — current image and annotations

Simultaneous editing

You can not use annotation module under the same account from different computers at the same time.