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SuperAnnotate JSON

SuperAnnotate JSON

SuperAnnotate (formerly annotate.online) is a self-service labeling tool and outsourced annotation provider.
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SuperAnnotate JSON

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SuperAnnotate JSON

. We also list popular models that use the

SuperAnnotate JSON

data format. Our conversion tools are free to use.

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SuperAnnotate JSON
data format
.

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SuperAnnotate JSON

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annotations.json
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    "mask.jpg": [{
        "type": "bbox",
        "classId": 1,
        "probability": 100,
        "points": {
            "x1": 67.8,
            "x2": 187.6,
            "y1": 166.6,
            "y2": 274.1
        },
        "groupId": 0,
        "pointLabels": {},
        "locked": false,
        "visible": true,
        "attributes": []
    }, {
        "type": "polyline",
        "classId": 2,
        "probability": 100,
        "points": [148.7, 321.1, 164.5, 328.3, 220.4, 335.5, 280.6, 344.8, 330.1, 341.9, 373.1, 330.5, 375.3, 336.2, 377.4, 369.9, 382.4, 384.9, 377.4, 409.3, 360.2, 425.1, 318.6, 451.6, 279.9, 473.8, 262.7, 488.2, 252, 499.6, 241.9, 502.5, 223.3, 496.8, 210.4, 486, 181.7, 453.8, 165.9, 443, 155.9, 431.5, 148, 419.4, 132.3, 410, 123.7, 397.8, 139.4, 346.2, 151.6, 319.7, 150.9, 321.1],
        "groupId": 0,
        "pointLabels": {},
        "locked": false,
        "visible": true,
        "attributes": []
    }, {
        "type": "polygon",
        "classId": 2,
        "probability": 100,
        "points": [493.7, 355.6, 506.1, 366.1, 567.3, 384.2, 648.5, 352.7, 649.5, 372.8, 659, 386.1, 649.5, 402.4, 631.3, 424.4, 618.9, 451.1, 612.2, 456.9, 585.4, 474.1, 570.1, 477.9, 552, 466.4, 527.1, 454, 491.8, 402.4, 494.6, 377.5, 493.7, 355.6],
        "groupId": 0,
        "pointLabels": {},
        "locked": false,
        "visible": true,
        "attributes": []
    }, {
        "type": "meta",
        "name": "lastAction",
        "timestamp": 1600628979793
    }]
}
classes.json
[{
    "attribute_groups": [],
    "color": "#32a852",
    "id": 1,
    "name": "no-mask",
    "opened": true
}, {
    "attribute_groups": [],
    "color": "#d6d619",
    "id": 2,
    "name": "mask",
    "opened": true
}]