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OCRFeederOCRFeeder is a document layout analysis and optical character recognition system.

Given the images it will automatically outline its contents, distinguish between what's graphics and text and perform OCR over the latter. It generates multiple formats being its main one ODT.

It features a complete GTK graphical user interface that allows the users to correct any unrecognized characters, defined or correct bounding boxes, set paragraph styles, clean the input images, import PDFs, save and load the project, export everything to multiple formats, etc. OCRFeeder was developed as the project of the Master's Thesis in Computer Science of Joaquim Rocha.

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document gnome gtk imageprocessing layoutanalysis linux ocr odt opticalcharacterrecognition python recognition

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30 Day Summary

Jun 17 2018 — Jul 17 2018

12 Month Summary

Jul 17 2017 — Jul 17 2018
  • 17 Commits
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