Ocropy OCR – good results for Gothic/Fraktur Typeface

Ocropy has no graphical interface, you have to operate inside a linux shell. It’s not that handy, but even if you have not experience  with the command line, you will get used to it very fast. The normal workflow with ocropy is shown in figure 2.

Ocropy workflow
Figure 2: Ocropy workflow with data (green), models & tools (blue), processes (yellow) and decisions (red).

OpenEdition suggests that you cite this post as follows:
Robert Nasarek (February 22, 2019). Ocropy OCR – good results for Gothic/Fraktur Typeface. OoO. Retrieved July 14, 2024 from https://doi.org/10.58079/sj2j

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