I am trying to carry out OCR on simple handwritten texts I have extracted from a document. However, I am not getting very good results using tesseract. Can anyone suggest some pre-trained ML/DL model for extracting text content from the files present here: sample images or, alternatively if they have a way to do it ..
I’ve seen quite a few questions somewhat relating to this, but none have really got me where I want to go. The goal is straightfoward: I have a batch of PDF forms with a handwritten date at a specific spot on all the forms (top right corner). I’d like to scan these forms, convert the ..
I’m trying to run a python file that utilizes easyocr but despite a successful install, I can’t get it to recognize that I have easyocr installed. Does anyone know why that is? Please see below for the install and response in Anaconda: (base) C:Users[username]Desktop >pip install easyocr Collecting easyocr Using cached easyocr-1.4.1-py3-none-any.whl (63.6 MB) Requirement ..
I am trying to convert image into numeric text but I am facing an some issue, Output has came in some encoding character (♀). Input Image: Here is my code: import pytesseract from PIL import Image from pytesseract import image_to_string pytesseract.pytesseract.tesseract_cmd = r’C:Program FilesTesseract-OCRtesseract.exe’ text = pytesseract.image_to_string(Image.open("Capture.jpg")) print(text) I am getting this output: ♀ Output ..
I am using easyocr to detect mrz of passport: .py code: import easyocr import cv2 reader = easyocr.Reader([‘en’], gpu=False) result = reader.readtext(gray) for detection in result: text = detection print(text.upper(), end="") # PCSDNKHADIGA<ABAKAR<BABIKER<MUS****<<<<<<<<<***************************<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<* I want to save result in variable, problem is when i use ‘s = (text.replace(‘n’, ”))’ and print ‘s’ the result not ..
I am writing a script which converts PDF to Image for an OCR to read to then rename the PDF. It then deletes the converted image after the task has been executed. Since OCR is not 100% correct, I would loop it around with a different setting and compare the new file name with a ..
I would like to do some text recognition on an image. I can recognise the text and the corresponding bounding box but only word by word, I would like to do the same thing on the same line of text. On my code below, I noticed that when I display my bounding box coordinates, when ..
I’m attempting to prepare images for OCR by Tesseract. However certain character sequences touch (due to the serifs on the font glyphs), and this confuses it. For example I/U: I notice a bright outline to each character. If that could be replaced with a dark colour the letters would gain some breathing space. img_grey[img_grey > ..
try: from PIL import Image except ImportError: import Image import pytesseract import os import numpy import cv2 pytesseract.pytesseract.tesseract_cmd = r’C:UsersChristiananaconda3envsOCRLibrarybintesseract.exe’ image_path = r"C:UsersChristianDesktopOCRImages" os.chdir(image_path) #create a list of all the files inside the directory image_list = os.listdir(image_path) image = cv2.imread(image_list) text_from_image = pytesseract.image_to_string(Image.open(‘image.png’)) print(text_from_image) This is the code that I have. I have everything installed ..
I have this image and EasyOcr can recognize the numbers normally Image But I want to get the empty spaces too, how can I make an empty string return or something that tells me there’s no number there, is there any method that does that? My code is like this for now import cv2 as ..