Hasty allows you to export your project in the very well-known COCO dataset format. You can find more information about this format here.
Please note that the main COCO project has tasks for object and keypoint detection, panoptic and stuff segmentation, densepose, and image captioning.
There are external extensions that include things like attributes, but it is not in the standard one. So, when exporting your project in the COCO format you will not get any attribute data.
The annotation ID
The ID of the image
The ID of the category of the object instance
- size (list of integers)
Height and width of the image
- counts (string)
An RLE-encoded binary mask of an object instance
The total area of the encoded mask in squared pixels
bbox (list of integers)
List of bounding box values
Indicates if the ground truth (gt) object is marked as a crowd region (1) or not (0). If it is, then the predicted bounded box can match any subregion of the ground truth. Currently, Hasty does not provide an option to mark objects as iscrowd, so the value will be set as 0
In image annotation, crowd regions are areas in the image where multiple instances overlap and it is hard to differentiate individual objects.
As of today, Hasty does not have functionality to mark crowded regions in app.
You can learn more about pycocotools Python package in the documentation.