A Label Template (shorthand: Label) represents the semantic meaning you are assigning to the object.
For example "car", "dog", "person".
Depending on your project your labels may be very broad, such as "fruit", or more specific "pear", "apple". Choosing good labels is an important consideration.
Labels are project wide. Labels created show up in real time in the studio.
A label by any other name
Labels go by many other names such as Class, or Tag, etc.
Navigate to project / labels or project / studio.
Click the plus button and enter a name
- Labels are always created in the context of a project. For example, Labels created in the Studio are accessible to the whole project.
- Labels that edited will reflect upon the Studio and new Tasks. Existing tasks are unaffected by label edits.
By default, all labels are available to a new Task Template. A Task Template may restrict which Label Template's it uses from the Project .
The Label Templates are frozen when it's created.
One way to think of labels is the root of a tree. For some use cases this is perfectly fine. For others our Attribute system allows you to construct complex meanings.
Updated 10 months ago