Try out the '--llocs' and '--alocs' options in 'ocropus-rpred', which
should give you the (aligned) LSTM locations for characters.
Am Montag, 10. Oktober 2016 11:26:20 UTC+2 schrieb khadija EL Gajoui:
> assalamo alaykom
> thanks Mr adnan for your response and i hope you are doing well.
> Actually i need to apply a treatment on each character separately, is that
> 2016-10-10 5:17 GMT+00:00 Adnan ul Hasan <adnan....@gmail.com
>> There is no function for character segmentation in new OCRopus, which is
>> a line-recognizer. That means that it does recognition on text-line level
>> without needing character segmentation.
>> On Thursday, 29 September 2016 08:42:23 UTC-7, khadija EL Gajoui wrote:
>>> hello everyone,
>>> i would like to know which function is responsible of segmenting line
>>> to characters? is it in the lstm.py?
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