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You can inspect an individual file by clicking on its name to launch the file viewer. Any file can be downloaded or referenced within a notebook, and many file types can be previewed directly within Redivis, including:
- 3D models
- Audio files
- CIF + PDB files (molecular + protein structures)
- FITS files (common in astronomy)
View non-tabular files in Redivis
All files are assigned to a "folder" within the dataset. You can click on the folder name in the right grey bar to filter this dataset's files by the folder they are in.
Each folder has a corresponding index table that is present on the Tables tab of the dataset. These will match the folder name and have a File index label.
In these index tables, each row of the table represents a file in that folder.
Yes, Redivis supports cat images
By representing files within an index table, we can query and subset the files within a project, while joining them with other tabular metadata. In this way, file index tables behave like any other tabular metadata on Redivis.
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