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Nov
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comment Ways to overcome failure of TextRecognize on relatively simple price tag?
@Murta The answer to both questions is yes. (Extracting the promoted price, e.g. 13.80 €, is most important.) Perhaps it is possible to first split the image into boxes with similar-sized letters and do separate OCR on each.
Nov
14
comment Ways to overcome failure of TextRecognize on relatively simple price tag?
@P.Fonseca Thx for your reply. If I can help it, I would prefer not to introduce assumptions about the inner geometry of the box. I've meanwhile noticed that e.g. prior black-and-white conversion with ColorSeparate[image, "HSB"][[2]] helps (a bit), so I'm still optimistic.
Nov
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asked Ways to overcome failure of TextRecognize on relatively simple price tag?
Nov
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comment Is Mathematica 10 compatible with Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite
I am (also) using both OS X Yosemite 10.10 and Mathematica 10 right now.
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Sep
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comment Manipulate graphs in 3D
Now that actually answers my question, for I did not know about this key-combination. In my actual problem, I'm not dealing with a 100-node complete graph, just with graphs that would not fit on-screen entirely. So thx for the answer and clarification.
Sep
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comment Manipulate graphs in 3D
If one had the ability to zoom in (as mentioned in the original question) it would not be a matter of visualizing a whole graph, but only the portion that fits on the screen ...
Sep
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accepted Manipulate graphs in 3D
Sep
8
comment Manipulate graphs in 3D
It's good enough for my current purposes, but does not seem to scale to GraphPlot3D@CompleteGraph[100, GraphLayout -> {"SpringElectricalEmbedding"}] in terms of zooming :) ... Or does it?
Sep
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Sep
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asked Manipulate graphs in 3D