imageslist corresponds to an image and contains the following fields:
location: image URL
data: (optional) a dictionary in which you can add as many fields as you want. It will typically contain useful meta-data, such as: date, camera ID, etc.
imagesis a list, so you may input as many as you want.
datain the element of the
imageslist. The following JSON was used to upload the image above:
datafields, you will need to add the following fields to the
imagesentries of your JSON file:
stage: (optional) stage of the image, either
val(validation set). If not provided, it is set
annotated_regions: (optional) the list of annotations, each containing the following fields:
tags: the list of tags present on this region
region_type: always put
Wholein this field, because the annotation concerns the whole image.
tagsfield to the JSON. This is to check errors in the tags. Simply put,
tagsis a list of all possible tags for the images.
ymaxcorresponding to the normalized bounding box coordinates.
bash. If your images are located in the
/home/myname/images/in your local computer and you want to upload them to
/home/media/all_images/on the remote server then you can use the command below.
-roption means that you want to transfer the complete directory,
-P 333is the port number to use and
yourservernameshould be provided to you by your SysAdmin.