Copy the link that you were given into Google Chrome Browser to open up your specific project and exams. You should have gotten an email invitation.
Your first annotation
Click on a label to activate it. You will see a bar across the top of the image area showing the name and type of the active activation and also a button to inactivate it. All mouse / trackpad functionality works for that active label (instead of the usual scrolling or window / level functionality).
If it’s inactivate, it can’t be drawn or modified. Colored tags show up on the bottom of the image showing the team member who did the annotation. You can also add a note to any individual annotation to indicate special circumstances.
If the annotation uses a
Global label, you’re done and ready to go to the next case.
If the annotation is
Local, you would use your cursor to draw the appropriate annotation. When you are done, you can edit the annotations by grabbing and moving the entire shape, moving individual points, or moving the sides of a bounding box.
When the annotation is to your liking, you can either click inactivate on the bar above the image or just go to the next Image. Saving is automatic.
If you want to do some more editing on an annotation, just click on its tag at the bottom of the image or click + shift on the annotaion itself and it will become active again and available for editing.
Brief Freeform Annotation Video
You can zoom, pan, and change the contrast and level using your mouse, trackpad, or with keyboard. Specific instructions are seen by clicking the mouse and keyboard icons in the Navigation column. There are buttons above the image to change the contrast and level values. You can either use the preset buttons or the sliders to select custom values.
Copy the active annotation onto next image
You can use the copy button above the main image to copy the active annotation onto the next image. There, you can edit it, redraw it, or remove it entirely.
Applying Multiple Labels
Applying different labels on the same image
Apply each label, one by one, and the bottom
Annotations toolbar will indicate all the
labels applied on that image.
Applying the same local label multiple times on the same image
Applying the same local label multiple times works the same way. Just click on the same label again to apply the label on the image again.
Remember that keyboard shortcuts (
Alt-9) are available to quickly apply
Copy Annotations To Other Images
To copy an
Active annotation quickly to the next image in an
exam, use the Copy Annotation button in the toolbar above the image view.
Interpolation for Labeling Multiple Images at the Same Time
Can be used for bounding boxes and image level labels to automatically add labels on images between anchor frames.
Draw a bounding box, add frame, advance a few images, draw another box, and add frame. Repeat as needed and then click
Interpolate. The bounding boxes will be averaged between frames and applied to the images. (If you make a mistake, ask the admininstrator to bulk delete.)
Similarly for image level labels, label the first image where an entity is seen and add frame. Then label the last image showing the entity and add frame. Click
Interpolate and all the images in between will be labeled automatically.
Increase Size of Viewing Area
- Hide Dicom with toolbar button
- Make all columns narrower by clicking on headers
- Zoom in on image
- But best of all - use
Fullscreenmode with toolbar button or keyboard shortcut
Use the keyboard icon to view the shortcuts for your operating system. Shortcuts will speed up the annotation process.
Simple text nodes can be added to each annotation. To add a note, click on the
[+] for an applied label at the
Annotations toolbar below the image
Notes can be added and viewed by all collaborators. Radlex tags can be added as well.
Annotations toolbar below the image, the owner of the label is
indicated by the owner's avatar. Hovering over the label will also
show the owner's name and avatar.
Radlex coding tags can be added to global and local labels in order to use standardized terms for labels. They can also be added to notes.
Label Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down
Clicking on the Thumbs Up icon on the label tag will add a
Positive Review to the label. Conversely, clicking on the Thumbs Down icon will add a