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Organizing Your Data
Organize your data using Aquarium Segments

Introduction to Segments

A Segment is a grouping of datapoints in Aquarium. Use segments to organize and manage subsets of your dataset at either the frame or crop level. Segments are available in multiple types each of which is tied to a core workflow in Aquarium.
Previously called Issues, Segments was renamed to reflect the expanded Data Collection and Model Performance feature set.
The Python SDK (calls and associated payloads) will continue to use the Issues naming and won't be renamed to avoid breaking existing integrations.

Data Quality

  • Frame Issue - Use frame issue segments to track and manage issues with your underlying frame data. This can be particularly useful when data collection systems are feeding high-scale, unlabeled data into Aquarium and you need to prioritize where to label or run inference.

Data Collection

  • Collection Campaign - Use collection campaign segments to define a search seed and then obtain relevant examples from large-scale, unlabeled data holdings - without needing to manually review the entire dataset. Learn more about implementing Collection Campaigns in Aquarium.

Model Performance

Model Performance Segments are an all-new way to evaluate the performance of your models in Aquarium. Learn more about setting up model performance segments and integrating regression tests into your model evaluation process.
  • Split - Use split segments to track and report model performance on the Test, Training and Validation sets within your dataset.
  • Regression Test - Use regression test segments to define subsets of the dataset that mimic your domain's hardest problems, set target model performance thresholds and then easily assess pass-fail for every model experiment or release candidate.
  • Scenario - Use scenarios to evaluate model performance against subsets of your data

Data Organization

  • Bucket - Use bucket segments as a catch-all for data organization or an intermediary step in the process of moving to a more defined workflow.

Creating and Populating Segments

Anywhere you can select a group of frames or crops in Aquarium, you can create a Segment.
Regardless of whether you have frames or crops selected, when you choose to create a Segment use the Frame / Crop toggle to decide which unit of data to add.
Note that Model Performance Segments are only available at the Frame level, so if you'd like to create a Split, Regression Test or Scenario, be sure the Frame / Crop toggle is set to Frame.
From the Grid View or Metrics tab of the Model Metrics View:
  • select individual frames by clicking the circle in the top-left corner of the frame card.
  • use the Select All button to quickly select all frames (e.g. returned by a query, or based on the confusion matrix).
Creating a Segment From the Grid View
From the Embedding View:
  • Lasso a region of datapoints and click the Add to Segment button.
Adding elements to a segment from the Embedding view
From the Frame Detail View:
  • right click within the image to add the Frame to a segment.
  • select a label and either right click the label overlay or click the Add to Segment button near the label metadata on the right hand side of the screen.
Adding an element to a segment from the Frame Detail View

Managing Segments

The Segments page is accessible from the top navigation bar and holds all of the Segments your team has created, organized by primary type.
Click in to a segment to access the segment details page. From here you can:
  • Provide comments about the segment, visible to the rest of your team,
  • Manage the elements assigned to the segment,
  • Start an intra-dataset similarity search to find additional relevant elements,
  • Move elements between segments
  • Edit the segment's metadata.

Filtering Based on Issues

You can use the "in_segment" and "not_in_segment" filters in the query bar to include or exclude datapoints. This is particularly useful for looking at the queue of failure datapoints that you have not yet triaged into an issue.
For more information on how to use the query bar, see this page!
The following filter filters for datapoints that are not in any issue:
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Outline
Introduction to Segments
Data Quality
Data Collection
Model Performance
Data Organization
Creating and Populating Segments
Managing Segments
Filtering Based on Issues