Flywheel is a research data platform that provides the tools needed for data import, automated curation, image processing, machine learning workflows, and secure collaboration.
To begin, sign in to Flywheel. Each Flywheel site has their own unique URL. For example:
https://yourinstitution.flywheel.io. You will most likely use your university or institution's credentials to sign in via CILogon.
Ask your Flywheel site admin if you are not sure which authentication method to use.
Note: Your sign in screen will look different depending on which authentication methods your site uses.
Getting started: users
If you are a new user, read through our getting started guide to get up and running with Flywheel:
Creating a project - Create a project to hold all data related to a study
Adding data - Getting new or historical data into Flywheel
Roles and permissions - how roles and permissions affect what data you can see and interact with
Viewing images - View, label, and annotate images
Gears - Automate data management tasks
Search - Finding data in Flywheel
Data views - Create reports across groups and projects
Downloading data - Exporting data from Flywheel
Getting started: site admin
If you are a new site admin, read through these articles to learn more about how to configure Flywheel to fit your research needs:
Setting up Flywheel
The basics for getting up and running with Flywheel:
Once you have set up the basics, customize Flywheel to fit your workflow:
Tools to use when contacting Flywheel support or performing an audit:
Learn more about how Flywheel works
Getting started: Gear developer
SDK documentation is found on Gitlab: