jmeile at hotmail.com
Mon Sep 12 21:11:58 CEST 2005
first at all, sorry if you receive this message twice, but I sent a
message five hours ago and I don't see it on
Now at least the OP will receive it since I included it in a CC.
This thread may give you an start:
It mentioned how to call simpleocr, which according to the website:
it is Royalty Free. I haven't tried it, so, I can say how accurate it
Timothy Smith wrote:
> i'm looking for ocr librarys with reasonably free licensing and the
> ablity to use python with them. c library's that i can call from python
> are acceptable.
> so far all i have run into is voodoo and wild claims. i've tried gocr,
> and it wasn't very impressive. i'm like to be able to ocr handwriting
> but it's not a major requirment. anyone with any pointers or idea's i'm
> all ears. i'd really not like to have to use somthing like imagemagick
> and start from scratch.
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