Transkribus

Handwritten Text Recognition and Keyword Spotting

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READ-COOP
Research area:
Interdisciplinary
Dedicated for:
Researchers, Research organisations, Research group
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| Transkribus is a platform for the digitisation, transcription, recognition and searching of historical documents. Transkribus enables users to train specific neural networks on their documents not only for printed, but also for handwritten documents. Transkribus offers a number of tools for the automated processing of documents, such as: a) Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR), b) Layout Analysis, c) Document Understanding, d) Keyword Spotting, e) Optical Character Recognition (OCR) using ABBYY Finereader Engine 11. All documents in Transkribus are private and not shared publicly.  |

Standard Historical documents are recognized and made searchable. Allows scholars to transcribe documents in a highly standardized, flexible and reliable way and get support from automated tools such as Handwritten Text Recognition and Layout Analysis. Allows archivists to involve humanities scholars and volunteers in repository building. Allows scientists in the fields of computer vision, document analysis, pattern recognition, natural language, etc. to access reference data in a well-acknowledged format. 300+ data providers (researchers, scholars, archives, libraries), 20.000+ registered users

Places and languages
  • World
  • English
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Service phase
  • Production
Version
  • 1.6.
Last Update
  • 14.08.2020

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