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We have some questions about how the matching process works within a project.
Indeed, the “Location ID” affects the number of candidates considered by the matching process. This is quite confusing as within a project we would expect that matching is done irrespective of the location ID. How can we make sure that encounters are systematically match against all encounters within a project (even if they have different location ID)? Could you please explain precisely how the matching process works within a project framework ?
Since the “viewpoint” have also an influence on the number of candidates, we would like to check what viewpoint has been given to each annotation. In our case, it doesn’t show up for Fluke annotations although it is displayed for dorsal fins (https://community.wildme.org/uploads/default/original/1X/54bb904003a9b04d89314f4f997751cec21bebc4.jpeg ). Could that be fixed ? Or does it means that Fluke don’t have a viewpoint?
Thank you in advance for your answers, that will help clarifying the process, as we want to make sure there is no bias when conducting matching within the Indocet project.
Violaine and Paul