If data was not imported correctly to Flywheel, you can easily move sessions to a different project in Flywheel. This article explains how to move multiple sessions to a different project.
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Unsupported upload method for site, group, or project de-id profiles
Moving a session to a new project does not de-identify data. Use one of these supported methods if you use site, group, or project de-id profiles.
When moving sessions from one project to another, it is important to consider the subjects associated with the sessions.
The following describes what happens to a subject and the subject's metadata when you move some or all of the subject's sessions.
If you are moving all sessions associated with a subject to a different project and the subject exists in both projects, Flywheel:
Moves all sessions to the destination project. The sessions no longer exist in the source project
The subject remains in the source project along with any metadata (attachments, custom data, tags, notes).
If the subject does not exist in the destination projectFlywheel moves the subject from the source project along with all metadata associated with that subject to the destination project. The subject no longer exists in the source project and only exists in the destination project.
If you are only moving some of the sessions associated with a subject:
Flywheel moves the designated sessions to the destination project.
The subject remains in the source project along with all of the metadata (attachments, custom data, tags, notes).
Any metadata associated with the subject in the destination project is not changed.
If the subject does not exist in the destination projectFlywheel will create the subject label in the destination project, so the subject exists in both projects. However, none of the metadata on the subject is added to the destination project.
To move sessions to a different project:
Sign in to Flywheel.
Navigate to the sessions you want to move. You can get to the sessions a few different ways:
In the left menu, click Projects > select a project > click Sessions.
In the left menu, click Sessions.
In the left menu, search for the sessions
Select the checkbox next to a single session or select multiple sessions.
Go to the Actions menu, and choose Move Sessions to Project.
The prompt appears
Choose a destination project from the list.
Conflicts foundIf the subject already exists in the destination project, a conflict message appears. Review the considerations to learn more about how Flywheel handles moving a session when a subject already exists. Review each conflict and select either skip or move , and click Resolve.
The session is moved to the destination project. Navigate to the destination project to view the session.