[sword-devel] Spelling (was Versification/Encoding issues)

David Haslam d.haslam at ukonline.co.uk
Fri Jan 9 02:31:28 MST 2009

Using Tessaract to help the Irish New Testament project is suggested.  

We should try and establish personal contact with Pastor Craig Ledbetter.

I think CrossWire could provide some useful technical help.

-- David

Peter von Kaehne wrote:
> Mike Hart wrote:
>> That's interesting, because ancle is one of the words I corrected in
>> JSFB -- the OCR had ancle, but the PDF itself, my paper KJV copy, and
>> my JPS complete Tanach (individual volumes) had ankle...  I can't say
>> what verse it was, at the time I was hunting for e's that had been
>> OCR'd into c's  (search for 'regular expression'
>> [bcdfghjklmnpqrstvwxy]c[bcdfgjklmnpqrstvwx] in kwrite)
> You should have a look at Troy's work with tesseract. Rather than search
> and replace a text badly ocred he seems to have figured out how to
> "educate" tesseract with one or two sample pages until it does the right
> thing. That might be way easier and with a better outcome in the long
> term for you too.
> Peter
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