HiCognition uses collections to group datasets together for them to be available for some of the more complex processing algorithms.
There are two types of collections in HiCognition, which are defined by the types of datasets they contain.
Creating collections can be done by first clicking the
Create Dataset Collection button in the data management drawer:
This causes a dialogue to pop up:
Datasets can be selected via the
Select Datasets button that causes the dataset table component to appear. There, you can select which datasets your collection should contain. You can then give the collection a name and hit
Submit Collection to create the collection.
To view your collections, you can hit the
Show Dataset Collections button in the data management drawer:
This will cause a dialogue to appear that lets you look at all your dataset collections:
This table is similar to the table that allows viewing datasets except that it does not allow filtering based on descriptions (because collections have no description) and that the number of available fields is much lower. If you want to view which datasets are contained in a collection, you need to click on the number of contained datasets:
This will cause a dialogue to pop up that allows you to view the contained datasets:
If you want to delete a collection, select it and then click the