Can you describe what the issue is you’re experiencing?
Encounters uploaded on 6/27/2021 do not have images connected to them, although there may be more like this from different dates. I’m certain all the encounters should have at least one image. There is no error message, just an empty space in the Gallery section.
Can you provide steps on how to reproduce what you’re experiencing?
Looked at encounter, and realized there were no images attached to it.
If this is a bulk import report, send the spreadsheet to email@example.com with the email subject line matching your bug report
I did some more investigation, and these empty Encounters are an artifact from when a single photo contains multiple individuals (specifically >=2 annotations are found by the detector) and therefore a new Encounter was cloned (because an Encounter can only be one animal, and two in a photo means there are at least two and a new Encounter is needed).
When we reset your data to resubmit for reprocessing, these Encounters were left behind. They can be safely deleted, or if you want, I can remove them in bulk.
My project group also had some other questions they’d like to ask:
Where do we enter info about being bicolor?
Bicolor is a type of color pattern for nassau grouper, and we’re wondering if there is an option for this.
If we name two different sides of a fish the same ID will the algorithm think we are confirming those two sides as a match? How does it associate them together without “matching them”?
Where can we add information for an image like “Laser present” or “Tag Present” and Tag Color?
We have tagging information of the fish that we never added to the bulk imports. Would this fit on any column in the excel sheets sent to bulk import?
Individual IDs are set at the Encounter level, and an Encounter is all the data about one animal at a point in time. All annotations (the green bounding boxes in the Encounter photos) found for the photos of each Encounter are assumed to belong to the same animal. All Encounters with the same individual ID are assumed to also be the same animal.
So if we are looking at an image in an encounter that has multiple annotations. Those additional annotations have been assigned a new clone encounter? Should we keep them then if the image is good? We were a little confused as to what to do with all of those separate annotations on one imate.
We’re asking this because, if we have 20 images of the same individual, and they were all labeled with mediaasset1,2,3, etc…, but only one of them had a tag in the photo for it’s right side, but the others are from the left side, without the tag visible, how would we specify this during the bulk upload in the excel sheets, if the keyword would be in the same row as the row with multiple image file names?
That is correct. They go into the one column. There is an an alternative way of specifying them, but it assumes that only one keyword per photo. Encounter.mediaAssetX.keywords allows for any number of keywords per photo.