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Optical Recognition

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  • Optical Recognition

    actually, Optical Graph Recognition is what I am considering.
    I have a set of graphs (Bar chart histograms) with large scaling seperations. It is very difficult to read off the values with no fine scale.

    I wanted to take a .jpg, .tiff .??? and convert it to numerical values.

    One way to do it would be to superimpose an adjustable scale on top of it and then read off the values, but trying to do this in Photoshop is difficult.

    Also I have about 20 graphs to do.

    Anyone have a clever code solution to this?

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    I use Enguage Digitizer.
    Last edited by Andre Smit; 19 Oct 2007, 12:26 PM.

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