Import Cloud Data
RedBrick AI supports integration with a range of cloud providers, allowing you to make use of its suite of tools without having to upload your data directly to our servers.
While the steps and configurations required for uploading data from cloud storage vary depending on your provider, the overall procedure remains the same.
RedBrick AI currently supports the following external storage methods:
After opening the Storage tab in the lefthand sidebar, click on New Storage Method to configure your new Storage Method for further use with RedBrick AI. After inputting the required credentials, click on Create Storage to integrate your cloud storage with RedBrick AI.
If you are using AWS, GCS, or Azure for third-party storage, you can also make use of the Verify action to ensure that your Storage Method has been successfully configured.
If your Storage Method has been configured correctly, pasting a sample file path to one of your visual assets into the field will display the following:
Once your Storage Method has been integrated, you can move on to creating an Items List.
Your Items List is a JSON file that points the RedBrick AI platform to the data in your external storage and allows you to selectively import data points that can be annotated as single units of work.
Jargon Alert! Single units of work (i.e. a single row on the Data Page) are referred to as Tasks within RedBrick AI.
The format of your Items List depends on both the type of cloud storage you have integrated with RedBrick AI and the type of data you are uploading.
Once you have integrated your third-party Storage Method (where applicable) and generated an Items Path, all that you have to do is click on Import Data within your Project and upload the Items Path.
Clicking on Import Data will allow you to upload your Items List
Congratulations! Now you're ready to begin working on RedBrick AI!
When using an external storage method with RedBrick AI, all of your data is transferred directly from your storage method to your browser.
RedBrick AI supports a variety of different image and volume formats:
- 1.DICOM - .dcm, .ima, .dicom, .dicm
- 2.NIfTI - .nii, .nii.gz
- 3.Videos - .mp4, .mov, .avi
- 4.RGB Images - .png, .jpeg, .jpg, .bmp
- 5.NRRD - .nrrd