Deep Learning Studio and Additional Resources

Deep Learning Studio

Deep Learning Studio is a graphical user interface that you can use to create datasets and train your deep learning tools,

Deep Learning Studio is organized around the concept of projects.

A project consists in:

A tool type.
A dataset (images and their annotations).
Several dataset splits.
The data augmentation settings.
The tools that you can train on the dataset.
The results and metrics for each tool to analyze their performance.

The project is stored as a folder containing:

The project file with the .edlproject extension.
The Images folder with the imported images.
A dedicated folder for each tool.

By default, the projects are stored in the folder named Euresys Deep Learning Studio Projects located in your Documents folder.

The Deep Learning Studio is available in the installation folder of Open eVision.

Deep Learning Studio workflow illustration

1. Load or create a project.
Quickly go back to your work with the recent project lists.
Open existing projects or create new projects.

Create a new project.
Specify the name and the type of the project.
If necessary, change the path to save the project.

2. Import images in the project dataset and annotate the images.

3. Split your dataset into training, validation, and test images (for more details, refer to Managing the Dataset Splits).

4. Configure and view the data augmentation settings (for more details, refer to Using Data Augmentation).

5. Create, configure, and train your tools

6. Analyze the performance and the results of the trained tools.

Resources and code snippets

The Deep Learning Additional Resources package, separate from the Open eVision installer, provide several sample datasets as well as Deep Learning Studio projects containing a trained tool for these datasets:
For EasyClassify: the MiniWaffle, Stone Tiles and CopperSilverTape datasets.
For EasySegment Unsupervised: the Fabric dataset.
For EasySegment Supervised: the Coffee dataset.
For EasyLocate: the ElectronicComponentsBag and CeramicCapacitor datasets.
Some sample programs in the folder Sample Programs show how to train and use a deep learning tool.
Some code snippets are also available for illustration and reference.