Vehicle detection and tracking using deep learning model item permission

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12-09-2020 12:35 PM
NatalieDobbs1
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Hello

I am testing the vehicle detection and tracking using deep learning sample notebook (https://developers.arcgis.com/python/sample-notebooks/vehicle-detection-and-tracking/) under the ArcGIS API for Python product

I am receiving an error when attempting to run the first cell under the inference and tracking section of the notebook

The last line in the error message received is 'Exception: You do not have permissions to access this resource or perform this operation.(Error Code: 403)' (Screenshots of the error is attached)

Based on the output seen in the sample notebook (https://developers.arcgis.com/python/sample-notebooks/vehicle-detection-and-tracking/) I am inferring access might be needed to the vehicle_detection_and_tracking_video image collection owned by api_data_owner

I was unable to locate the above-mentioned image collection when searching in ArcGIS Online and when the item is clicked it opens to a sign-in page for the ArcGIS Online subscription

Thanks

 

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GuneetMutreja
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Hello,

The data has been shared. Please have a look now, you should be able to access it now.

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DanPatterson
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I wonder if you have to follow the instructions on this page and download the samples locally

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NatalieDobbs1
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Hi @DanPatterson 

Thanks for sharing the link

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MehdiPira1
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Hi @NatalieDobbs1 

You are getting this error because the following video has not be shared publicly:

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NatalieDobbs1
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Hi @MehdiPira1 

Is the video available in the locally downloaded samples

https://developers.arcgis.com/python/sample-notebooks/

 

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MehdiPira1
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@NatalieDobbs1 

Unfortunately, it's not.

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NatalieDobbs1
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@MehdiPira1 

Thanks

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GuneetMutreja
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Hello,

The data has been shared. Please have a look now, you should be able to access it now.

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MehdiPira1
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Awesome!

Thanks @GuneetMutreja 

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NatalieDobbs1
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@GuneetMutreja Thanks

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