Component for image labeling.
The interface lets you select areas using points, rectangles, and polygons. You can use the
shapes property to configure labeling modes that are available to a Toloker.
If you need to categorize selected items, create labels for each category using the
You can disable labeling using the
disabled property. For example, use this if you need to create a task to check labeled images, or if you want to allow labeling only after a certain condition has been met.
|"field.image-annotation"||Set component type.|
Data with values that will be processed or changed. Learn more about working with data.
|string||Label above the component.|
Determines whether adding and deleting areas is allowed:
|string||The image you want to select areas in.|
|array||Labels for classifying areas.|
Each array element creates a button in the interface for selecting a label.
If you use labels, you need to add at least two.
|string||Text on the label selection button.|
|string||A value that corresponds to the label and is sent in the output.|
|number||Minimum width of the element in pixels. Takes priority over |
|array||An array of two numbers that sets the relative dimensions of the sides: width (first number) to height (second number).|
Not valid if
|number||Relative size of one side.|
|object||Setting up labeling modes that are available to a Toloker.|
By default, all three selection modes are available: points, rectangles, and polygons.
Modes with the
|boolean||Labeling with polygons.|
|condition||Validation based on condition.|