Hi,

like me as a blind i wonder how i might use some of those tools?
because you can't see if the pic is good or bad.
actually we might need something that does that automatically.
any ideas on that?

Greetings and thanks,
Simon


Am 06.03.2018 um 02:42 schrieb Michael Smith:
I just do some preprocessing and auto rotate/clean up images before passing
it on the Tesseract.

On Friday, September 22, 2017 at 5:11:39 AM UTC-4, Breno Faria wrote:


Hi everyone,

let me begin with a big fat compliment on the Tesseract project on the
quality of the OCR since the new LSTM models have been adopted! You are
consistently better than ABBYY now.

I have just made a few experiments with slightly rotated documents. There
ABBYY is still better than Tesseract 4.

I was wondering if it wouldn't be very easy to just generate rotated
training data by just duplicating and rotating the existing training
documents. Wouldn't the model than automatically learn to handle this?

Has anyone tried this yet?

Cheers!

Breno



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