Handwriting analysis software open source
This is the first step towards something I've been thinking about.
I love the Free Software Foundation, and I agree with its goals. Record a paragraph up to 30 minutes on a tablet and segment into words which can be analyzed in detail. Scan a handwriting image and segment the handwriting into strokes and quantify each stroke.
But I believe in the need for two ecosystems, three I guess if you include proprietary software. FDEs need to explain how they gained experience in interpreting the significance of subtle differences between samples exceeding normal variations.
Can we make this happen? I also created some FLOSS software, and would be cool if I could just slap a button in the Readme, or in the app itself, and have a chance to get donations if someone wants to express appreciation this way.
Hopefully you don't get any headaches over the history of this name. MovAlyzeR can process scanned images, segmenting them into visual strokes, which can, then, be translated into a movement sequence with several features.
Open source handwriting recognition
Tools aren't libraries. Maybe I really should just publish my ideas online instead of waiting until I'm ready to work on them. I love the Free Software Foundation, and I agree with its goals. Idealism in this space isn't all it's cracked up to be when you're all by yourself. Compare NeuroScript's applications. Well, you do need to advertise, but that's inherent in any donation scheme. Edit 2: I actually love this name. Scan a handwriting image and segment the handwriting into strokes and quantify each stroke.. You know, that's a good point.
Ideally, with any tax etc. If you really do have a pure altruistic motive, coupled with the willingness to accept donations, then sure, knock yourself out.
I love the Free Software Foundation, and I agree with its goals. Show pen movements in court? Forensic document examiners FDEs often testify in court on comparisons of questioned vs known samples of handwriting. Hopefully you don't get any headaches over the history of this name. Hopefully they don't find a way to stick hand-written ads on the side for the free version. Tools may use dozens of libraries. The UI for inserting involved dragging and dropping rectangular selections like in paint. Each stroke is characterized by many spatial and dynamic features. Write sounds like it has a much more powerful editing feature. This is the first step towards something I've been thinking about. Or it could have been via credit card, and I didn't have a credit card.
I love hand-note taking. Tools are complicated, feature-rich graphical applications that can have business value as products all of their own. Free software and open source.
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