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Hello all,

I've got a few hundred images to run OCR on and I am not sure which FOSS option is the best. I've been steered to ocropus, tesseract, and DocMorph. I've been playing around with this goofy online web service: http://www.onlineocr.net/Default.aspx

It seems to get the "job" done fairly well, though obviously is a workflow nightmare. I'm not very familiar with how to set up ocropus, et al. Thoughts?

asked Feb 14 '12 at 15:42

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Hi torobbins,

Have you seen http://code.google.com/p/tesseract-ocr/ ?

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answered Nov 09 '12 at 07:51

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Thanks @padraic! I have looked into Tesseract, as I mentioned in my question, but what do you or others think is the best for cultural-type collections? Also, do you know of any good tutorials for setting Tesseract up/configuring it?

(Nov 09 '12 at 11:51) todrobbins
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