Can I see the cube I just did?
Sort of. If you go here you can see the cells we're working on. You can see the cubes you've worked on by clicking on your name.
Can someone help me with this piece?
Yes, but you've got to catch one of the admins while you're still in the problematic cube. Try the chat feature and ask if one of the admins can help you see what's going wrong/right. If no admins are available try taking a screen shot of the problematic piece (try to position the piece in the 2D and 3D so we can see the issue, and post it here in the forum. Other EyeWirers will help you figure out the problem.
What happened to my progress bar? Why don't I get a percentage score anymore?
Congratulations, you've finished the tutorial! After you finish the lessons in the tutorial there are several more training tasks that give you a progress bar and a percentage score. After you've finished the tutorial we can't give you a percentage of how accurate you were or a progress bar because we don't know the answer. You're helping us put together cells that have never been put together before.
If EyeWire can tell me what I got wrong, why do I need to be doing this?
EyeWire can only tell you that you've made mistakes during the tutorial. After that you're working on stuff that hasn't been done before, so we don't know the answer. The points you get after the tutorial are based off of the time you spent on the cube and how your results compare to your fellow EyeWirers.
If the computer can fill in the neurons to the extent that we see in the cubes on EyeWire, why can't it do everything? Why are there holes?
The artificial intelligence (AI) used by EyeWire isn't perfect. It's making its best guess as to what belongs and what doesn't. By guiding the AI you are actually helping it learn to do better and make fewer mistakes in the future.