RedBrick pipelines offer you a way to structure and automate your labeling projects. Pipelines are completely configurable and provide flexibility for you to structure your projects the way you want. You can either create a pipeline from scratch using the stage builder, use one of our many templates that cover the common use cases, or directly edit the pipeline JSON object in the pipeline creator.
Template provide you a quick way of getting started with a project with little configuration needed. Select the templates tab in the pipeline creator to get started with a template.
Select a template, and fill out the basic parameters under Template Parameters to create a pipeline with a template.
The pipeline stage builder has three components to it:
Brick Selector: The brick selector shows all the bricks offered by RedBrick AI, and allows you to select any brick to add to the pipeline. Selecting a brick from the brick selector will add it to the pipeline viewer. To properly add it to the pipeline, click and drag to create a connection to another brick.
Brick Settings: The brick settings tab allows you to fill out the required settings needed for each brick. Select a brick (by clicking on it in the pipeline viewer) to view and edit its settings. You can delete stage by clicking the delete stage button within the bricks settings.
Pipeline Viewer: The pipeline viewer visualizes the pipeline you are creating, and allows you to interact with the pipeline to make edits to it. Click on a brick to select it and edit it. You can move around bricks in the viewer to change the visualization. Click and drag from an output node to an input node to create a connection between two bricks.
If there is an error in the pipeline set-up or configuration, a little error icon will appear near the Pipeline view header. Hovering over the icon will give a summary of the errors in the pipeline configuration.