6.4 Generate Report

The user may have reports in two format

1) Detailed Report

2) Summary Report

6.4.1 Detailed Report

Click on "Detail Report" option as shown in the above image.

The following image shows more details of the selected task that includes number of images analyzed, objects detected, total number of images used, etc.

The user can set the severity of accuracy as All, Normal, Medium, High, Higher and Very High medium as shown in the above image. You can see all the images used for object detection. Select any image and edit the annotation. Data can be exported by clicking on the "Export Data" button. A zip file will be downloaded to your system. This zip file contains separate .JSON files per image as shown in the following image.

The detailed information of that specific image is available in these files as shown in image below. These files can be used for further use as it contains details related to coordinates and annotation, etc. as shown in the following image.

  • Editing the Detailed Report:

PicStork allows us to edit the images from the detailed report for annotations. Sometimes, due to some reasons, all the objects may not be identified or the user wants to add a few more objects to detect, then PicStork provides edit detection report functionality.

The user may add or change the severity level and add a note for that annotation if required. Save this information by selecting "Save" option and move further.

The "Select Severity Level" will decide the priority of the detection in case of duplicate detection. Adding a note to it will give the information about why and how this object was detected or any other specific information about the detection.

User can see the tasks according to the severity levels assigned as shown in the images below:

As the severity level is changed, PicStork will show the respective images with number of objects detected. It will show the total number of objects when the severity level is selected as "All".

The objects detected per image will be indicated by a number at the lower right corner of the respective image.

6.4.2 Summary Report

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