By default, Flywheel organizes your images and data by sessions. However, you may want to organize data by subject to easily review longitudinal studies.
This articles explains how to view data by subject.
Enable subject view to organize data by subject:
Click Projects from the left menu.
Go to Sessions.
Select the subject view icon
The sessions are now organized under their subject.
Enable for all sessions
You can also organize all sessions by subject by going to Sessions in the left menu. Then, click the subject view icon
When subject view is enabled, Flywheel displays a list of subjects. Each subject includes the number of associated sessions and the timestamp. Note: Subjects with no sessions will also be displayed in Subject View.
Subject view also shows subjects that do not have any associated sessions.
To filter data, click on the Subject Label and Session Label, and begin typing to find matching subjects or sessions. You can also view all subjects display all of the sessions associated with each subject.
To view all of the sessions and acquisitions for a subject, click on the subject and select Sessions. Scroll down the details view to see the acquisitions grouped by session.
Analysis gears can also be run on a single subject. Viewing a subject analyses tab will display all subject-level analyses associated with a subject. Note, this tab will not display any session-level analyses.
To run a gear on a subject in Flywheel:
Sign in to Flywheel.
Select the Subject view button
Select a subject.
Select the Analyses tab.
Click Run Analyses Gear.
The Run Analyses Gear modal appears. If you do not know how to configure and run a gear, see our article for more information.
Configure the gear to run, and select Run gear.
The gear runs against the subject. Refresh the page to check for results.