How to download your data

The super.AI data lifecycle, stage 4: download resultsThe super.AI data lifecycle, stage 4: download results

The super.AI data lifecycle, stage 4: download results

You can download data from your work queue at any time. Your download will contain the following information on each data point:

  • ID
  • Creation time
  • Started time
  • Completion time
  • Callback URL
  • Project ID (appId)
  • Template name (the project type, e.g., image categorization)
  • Current status
  • Inputs
  • Outputs (if available)
  • Metadata
  • Tags
  • Universally unique identifier (UUID)
  • Whether the job has been marked as correct or not
  • Job type (either default, onboarding, or calibration)

You can download your data in JSON or CSV format. This raw data can be used for analysis outside of the super.AI dashboard.

How to download the results for a single data point

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Only JSON format

Downloading a single data point in the manner described below will automatically provide the data in JSON format. If you want your data in CSV format, use the instructions on how to download multiple data points.

  1. Open your super.AI dashboard
  2. Open the relevant project
  3. Bring up the details card for a data point by clicking its row in the work queue
  4. Click Download above the data point output
The process of downloading a single data point in JSON formatThe process of downloading a single data point in JSON format

The process of downloading a single data point in JSON format

How to download the results for multiple data points

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Large downloads

When downloading a very large number of data points, it may take a little while to prepare the data for you. You can save time by using filters to reduce the amount of data points.

  1. Open your super.AI dashboard
  2. Open the relevant project
  3. Choose your data points for download
    • To download all data points, click Download all at the top-right
    • To download all data points that match a filter, set the filter using the button in the top right, then click Download filtered (also in the top right)
    • To manually select and download data points, select them using the checkboxes on the left side of the work queue, and hit Download selected
  4. At this point, you have a few options:
    • You can choose whether you want your download in JSON or CSV format. What you choose will depend on your external system.
      • If you choose CSV, you can select Don't expand output columns in the Advanced settings section. Selecting this option will provide all the output information (e.g., choices, selections, field names, etc.) in a single CSV column in its original JSON format.
    • In the Advanced settings, you can decide whether your download includes messages from labelers (and responses from anyone invited to your project). You can learn more about messaging on our How to view and use messages from your labelers page.
The process of downloading multiple data points in JSON formatThe process of downloading multiple data points in JSON format

The process of downloading multiple data points in JSON format

If you’re downloading a small number of data points, your file will download immediately. If you’re downloading a lot, it takes a little time to prepare them: you will shortly receive an email at your account’s registered email address that contains a link to download your data.

How to download a previous version of a data point

If you edit a data point output or send a data point for relabeling, previous versions are stored for reference. Here's how to download a previous version:

  1. Open your super.AI dashboard
  2. Open the relevant project
  3. Bring up the details card for a data point by clicking its row in the work queue
  4. Click Latest Version at the top left of the data points details card
  5. Select the version that you want to download
  6. Click Download above the data point output

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