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Thread: My attempt to write an OCR for Elite Dangerous market screenshots (Yes, it works)

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    Talking My attempt to write an OCR for Elite Dangerous market screenshots (Yes, it works)

    Check this out, an OCR-script I made for scraping market screenshots.
    The learning/scraping works pretty flawless.
    Still want to add the 'learn' files to the program, so users dont have to type a gazillion letters to teach the ocr the letters.
    And do some csv output, or slopey interface, or database interface.

    Its also on SourceForge, check out the screenshots of the program and the README
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/elitedangerousocr/

    It uses PIL (for image handling), Numpy (for array handling) and Pygame (for the user interface of the learning part). And python 2.7. Only 1920x1080 screenshots are supported at this point.

    I did an all-nighter on it, so I am going to sleep for a couple of hours now.
    But see what you guys think of it.

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    Have a look here https://forums.frontier.co.uk/showthread.php?t=68771

    Maybe you guys should all work together

    Thank you for your effort!!!

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    Parse looks spot on, +1 rep, karma and good fortune

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    That is very high matching there, top job. Can it be wrapped up to look for screenshots automatically, and once processed, delete them? Would only require us to F10 on the commodities screen and then everything else is automatic from that point.
    https://forums.frontier.co.uk/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=52428&dateline=1417008331

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    Originally Posted by Crook View Post (Source)
    That is very high matching there, top job. Can it be wrapped up to look for screenshots automatically, and once processed, delete them? Would only require us to F10 on the commodities screen and then everything else is automatic from that point.

    Just use Clipboard and PrintScreen button, then clear Clipboard once that image is processed?

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    Good work, look forward to seeing this polished up and working with the other ocr and Sloppys to.

    ab
    http://i205.photobucket.com/albums/bb74/Steeple_jack/8498379e-441b-43db-8412-cdea5105f8b9_zpsfd040db4.png

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    Look very nice. A shame it hasn't got more exposure/attention (yet). EliteOCR is getting all the attention. Hopefully this changes soon.

    Does your program have an official name?
    I've added your OCR tool to the OP of the thread "Complete list of all third party tools, spreadsheets, manuals and other data sources"