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Use case: upload project in Supervisely format

For this case the structure of directory should be the following:

my_project
├── meta.json
├── dataset_name_01
│   ├── ann
│   │   ├── img_x.json
│   │   ├── img_y.json
│   │   └── img_z.json
│   └── img
│       ├── img_x.jpeg
│       ├── img_y.jpeg
│       └── img_z.jpeg
├── dataset_name_02
│   ├── ann
│   │   ├── img_x.json
│   │   ├── img_y.json
│   │   └── img_z.json
│   └── img
│       ├── img_x.jpeg
│       ├── img_y.jpeg
│       └── img_z.jpeg

Directory "my_project" contains two folders and file meta.json. For each folder a corresponding dataset will be created inside the project. As you can see, images are separated from annotations.

Upload directory contents

Let's consider the example above. To upload that project user has to select meta.json file and two directories (dataset_name_01 and dataset_name_02) and drag-and-drop these three elements.

Split images to several datasets

We recomemnd to split images logically into several datasets inside one project.