Ocropy OCR – good results for Gothic/Fraktur Typeface

My favorite feature of ocropy is the ocropus-gtedit module. After a recognition you can transform the data into a HTML-File (see fig. 3).

HTML from ocropus-gtedit
Figure 3: HTML for correcting recognised text.

This offers a very user-friendly possibility to correct the text and generate ground truth data for training.

There is some literature about ocropy as well. Check out Springmann 2016, Springmann 2015, and DANVK 2015.

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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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