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Understanding the user interface

The user interface of H2O Document AI - Publisher is intuitive.

Main project page. Shows all the project panels, all the available top navigation options, and the left navigation bar.

There are four ways you can interact with H2O Document AI - Publisher: the left navigation bar, the upper navigation bar, the Info button at the end of each set/model/job row, and the drop-down arrow next to the Info button.

Left navigation bar

The left navigation bar takes you to the other pages within your project: Document sets, Annotation sets, Models, Jobs, and Published Pipelines. The number of files or items on each page is listed next to the page name (e.g. Document sets (1)). This navigation bar stays the same regardless of what page you are on.

Left Navigation Bar with Project name "Docs_Tutorial" highlighted.

Upper navigation bar

The upper navigation bar shows certain tasks you're able to accomplish on each page. These tasks are options which don't depend on which files you've selected (and are therefore clickable without selecting a file) or are options that depend on selection and support batch operation (and are therefore not clickable until you have selected a file).

This navigation bar changes depending on which page you are on. On the Project page, for example, there is the option to delete the project, export project images, import a post processor, import a model, import an annotation set, or import a document set.

Upper Navigation Bar of project page and details of the project.

Info button

The Info button Info button available at the end of each row for a set, model, or job. gives you access to your set, model, or job's information and logs. You can update the name and description of the set, model, or job here. You also have access to accuracy information for prediction annotation sets from here.

The drop-down arrow next to the Info button gives you primary actions that can be clicked without expanding the context menu. The drop-down arrow on the Annotation sets page, for example, gives you the option to edit your annotation set in Page View, rename your annotation set, split your annotation set, export your annotation set, or delete your annotation set.

Drop-down button available at the end of each row for a set, model, or pending job. These options differ depending on which page you are on.

Interacting with sets

When interacting with document or annotation sets, you can either click the check next to the name of the set (this will let you select more than one set at a time) or you can click the set's row to select a single set at a time. Based on the set(s) you select, certain options may become available in the upper navigation bar.