Comment Tool

We explain the Comment Tool, outline how to leave comments on images - and how it benefits you.

During this session, we will explore the process of adding comments in V7. When reviewing annotations, comments can be used to notify the author about any necessary corrections or the need to add additional labels. The author will receive a notification with a direct link to the image, allowing them to make the necessary adjustments.

Comments are particularly valuable when seeking expert input, such as in the case of radiological images or other scientific fields. You can engage professional team members, like doctors, to provide feedback on specific images, ensuring a more accurate and reliable annotation process.

The best part is that comments will remain visible until they are resolved, either by an admin or the author of the annotation. This ensures that no feedback goes unnoticed, and you can easily keep track of any pending actions.

By the end of this video, you will have a clear understanding of how to use comments in V7 Darwin to enhance communication and documentation within your datasets. Whether you are part of a team collaborating on image recognition projects or require expert input for specific images, comments can significantly improve your QA processes and enhance the accuracy of your machine learning workflows.

Comments. They're a type of annotation you can use to communicate with the rest of your team asynchronously or leave a message about something that's present in an image. You'll find the comment button on the toolbar on the left, and you can use it both in review and in annotation mode. You can leave comments in review to communicate with the author of an annotation and let them know that something needs correction or that they need to add another object.

Once you've done that, they will receive a notification linking them to the image that you commented on. This allows them to quickly learn what they need to fix and improve your quality control. Comments can be particularly useful if you need a set of images to receive the input of an expert, such as a doctor for radiological images or a similar scientific field.

These comments remain there until an admin or its author decide to resolve them. You can start using comments now in Darwin to improve the documentation of any of your datasets.