Dear Qupath users,
I have a lot of images where I created annotations, these are saved in multiple projects. The reason for this was because we were working with multiple people and new images keep on coming. Now I would like to combine them all into one project, so that I can run a cell detection script for all the images in one batch. I did that before in Qupath version 0.1.2, where I created a new project containing all the images, and then I copied all the qpdata files in the project folder. This was easy as each datafile included the name of the image. In the newer milestones, the data files all have the same name (data.qpdata) and are in subfolders with the ID name (1, 2, 3, 4 etc.). I cannot just copy all the data folders in the new project because all the images have a different ID now. What I do now: I check which ID the image has in the new project, and copy only the data.qpdata file into the correct ID folder in the new project. This can be done, but I have a lot of projects and images. Does anyone know whether there is a more efficient way to do this? Thanks a lot.