Category : ocr

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 ..

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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 ..

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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[1] 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 ..

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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[0]) 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 ..

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