For example, if you upload 10,000 images in your project, and annotate 8,000 images then export using the CLI, the CLI will export 8,000 tasks. A day later if you annotate another 5, the CLI will update the exported data with the 5 new tasks.
$ cd my-project
To export the latest state of all your tasks (even the ones queued in labeling and review stages) run the following command.
$ redbrick export
If you want to fetch only the tasks in the ground truth stage, you need to run the following command.
$ redbrick export groundtruth
To clear the local redbrick cache and force download all the annotations again, run the following command.
$ redbrick export --clear-cache
If you want to download your images along with the created annotations, run the following command.
$ redbrick export --with-images
In case you uploaded DICOM images, and want to export those images as NIfTI files (so that both your annotations and images are in the same format), run the following command.
$ redbrick export --with-images --dicom-to-nifti
If you want to export tasks that are queued in a specific stage, for example, exporting all tasks queued in Review_2, you can do so in the following way:
$ redbrick export --stage Review_2
Generating an audit trail can be useful material for regulators interested in your quality control processes and for managing your internal QA processes.
$ redbrick report
The exported JSON object will contain data similar to what is shown below. Each entry will represent a single task (uniquely identified by
eventsarray contains all key events/actions performed on the task, with
eventsbeing the first event.