Little more clarification required about what is more complex
Often I would come across images that greatly differ in size, based on the pixel legend in the bottom left corner of each image. How does classifying complexity work in these cases?
I'm aware that size isn't what we are looking for here, but if there are two similarly complex images, but with differing sizes, would that make the larger one the image to select?
Same question goes for the actual sunspots. How much of an impact to complexity would a single, large spot make to complexity, when compared to more numerous, but less intense spots?
And finally, for images with a lot of activity, if there are two images that have similar areas covered with activity, would the image with a denser cluster of activity always be the image to choose?
My best advice is : Don't overthink it. Just go with your gut feeling.
I often classify in Sunspotters on autopilot. Will there be mistakes ? Probably. But I'm convinced that most of the times I pick the most complex one.
Gut it is, then!