Viewing & uploading your document manually in Metamaze
When navigation to the training uploads, you arrive upon an overview of all your uploads with training data. Each line in this overview shows an upload with its properties. An upload can consist of several documents.
The overview consists of several columns:
Filtering uploads based on criteria is handy to find your upload(s) quickly. Note: When extra fields for your organisation have been defined, they will also be shown in the filter options.
Selecting uploads allows you to perform an action on multiple uploads:
- Retry upload(s) This will re-send an upload through your AI pipeline, performing a new OCR, re-creating documents and making predictions when possible
- Delete Deletes the selected upload(s) from the training data set
When you click an upload, you can view extra details such as when it was uploaded, which steps of the pipeline it went through and what the current status is of the upload and the documents in the upload.
A new window will appear where you can select the relevant files. You can either drag and drop the files into the window or search for the files via the explorer screen using the 'Browse' button.
A document will be created for each file in the upload.
A document will be created for each page in the upload.
All files will be merged into one document.
Document type and language
You can select the relevant document type and language of the uploaded files in the corresponding dropdown lists. If you do not specify these, the language will be detected automatically, and the document type will be left to specify. The document type and language can be modified later in the document meta data. It is necessary to assign a document type and a language to a document before you can start annotating it.
Manually uploading data is limited to 50 files per batch.
If you do not want to integrate the API yet or don't want to make use of the out of the box integration options available in the project settings ( Input ), feel free to send us an export in any common format.
- ZIP file containing PDF's, transferred via Sharepoint, e-mail, SFTP, Blob Storage, ...
- Individual MSG, EML, PDF, JPEG, TIFF, ... files transferred via SFTP or file share.
- Exports of mailboxes in PST format.