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CVAT Analytics and Monitoring: Make Your Annotation Team More Productive

Have you ever sat back and wondered: “how productive my annotation team is?” or "How much time does an annotator take to complete a task?" Well, you're not alone in this, and we've got the perfect solution for you - CVAT Analytics!

Picture this: you've got a magic telescope that lets you peek into the realm of your team's productivity, task completion rates, and even helps you spot the bottlenecks. Sounds awesome, right? This isn't magic, but it's the next best thing - it's the range of dashboards available in CVAT Analytics (powered by Grafana). We've made an easy-to-understand video just for you, which you can check out at the end of this post.

CVAT Analytics is like your personal productivity wizard, and it comes with three magical lenses (dashboards): All Events, Management, and Monitoring. Let's dive into what each of them does.

The "All Events" Lens

The "All Events" lens, or dashboard, is like a bird's-eye view of your team's work landscape. It lets you see all events, when they happened, and who triggered them. You can think of it like your detective tool, keeping an eye on everything that's going on.

There's a neat activity graph at the top and some handy filters that act like magnifying glasses, letting you zoom in on specific users, tasks, or projects. It's perfect for understanding your team's overall performance and making decisions that'll help everyone be more productive. Isn't that cool?

The "Management" Lens

Next up, we've got the "Management" lens. This one is like your team captain, helping you oversee your team's work in a simple and powerful way. There's another activity graph here, and you can click on a team member's ID to see what they've been up to.

The best part? There's a handy table at the bottom that tells you who's been working on what and how long it took them. This lens helps you manage your projects efficiently, understand how your team works, and make decisions that'll lead to even better results.

The "Monitoring" Lens

Last but not least, there's the "Monitoring" lens. This one is like a health check-up for your projects. It gives you a snapshot of what everyone's up to, how active they are, and even shows you if any errors popped up.

There's a graph for overall activity, one for the duration of events, and an "Exceptions" graph that's like your team's error weather forecast. Each error is described in detail, which is super useful for understanding what went wrong and how to fix it.

This lens is great for keeping track of your annotators' work hours, getting weekly statistics for each annotator, and managing productivity across all tasks.

All in all, these magical lenses of CVAT Analytics are your best friends for monitoring tasks, evaluating your team's productivity, spotting errors, and simplifying project management. 

They're packed full of valuable insights that can help you make smarter decisions and solve problems quicker.

And remember, we've only just scratched the surface here. The possibilities with CVAT Analytics are endless!

Ready to see this in action? Here is the video:

For more information, see CVAT Analytics and Monitoring.

Happy annotating!

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June 14, 2023
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