• rhythmart

    Thanks Jon. Any other iPad OCR suggestions?

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  • rhythmart

    I'd like to do ocr on a sudoku puzzle. I recognise the advice given Kipekeedev about a year ago, but I want to be able to ocr on my iPad not use the internet. Has anyone successfully loaded Tesseract into Pythonista and could give me some suggestions how to do it?

    Thanks.

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  • rhythmart

    Many thanks.

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  • rhythmart

    I have downloaded a Google static map through their API using:

    data = urllib.urlopen(my_url).read()
    buffer = StringIO(data)
    image = Image.open(buffer)

    where "my_url" is configured to deliver the static map I want.

    When I use image.show() the map shows exactly what I'd expect.

    However, when I use image.save('google_static_map.png') Pynthonista crashes. If I change the save command to image.save('google_static_map', 'png') it doesn't crash but the file google_static_map is created with no .png extension and no content (it says No Script Loaded).

    My image is a PIL.PngImagePlugin.PngImageFile with size 1200x800 and mode P.

    Can you please help? Am I missing something obvious?

    Thanks in advance.

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  • rhythmart

    thank you - that's a huge help!

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  • rhythmart

    I'm new to this - but I was hoping to use pythonista to programme mathematical music interpretation. Unless I'm mistaken, sound.play_effect() only supports 12 notes so is too limited for my requirements. Jython Music looks to achieve what I want, but I don't think I can import it through pythonista - have I got this wrong? Is there another way of achieving the same goal?

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