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Moving from Transkribus to eScriptorium

Many thanks again to Alix Chague from the LectauRep project for another very useful tutorial, this time explaining how to export your existing data from Transkribus and import them into eScriptorium. Unfortunately Transkribus does...

Introduction to eScriptorium

Alix Chague from the LectauRep project has just created a very wonderful introduction into eScriptorium. It’s currently only in French but if you need it in English, google translates does a very nice job....

eScripta (Virtually) in Lausanne

We will be presenting the eScripta project at the on-line conference, Virtual Research Environments and Ancient Manuscripts at the University of Lausanne on Thursday and Friday, 10 and 11 September 2020. This conference is...

eScripta Team at ICFHR 2020

The eScripta team is very well represented at this year’s International Conference on Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition (ICFHR). Scheduled to be held in Dortmond, the conference this year is being held entirely online. The...

Kraken/eScriptorium in IIIF Week

We will be giving a brief presentation of Kraken and eScriptorium as part of IIIF week, in the session on ‘IIIF and Manuscript Use Cases’. The presentation will be online at 6pm Paris time,...

Complex layout analysis

Advancing well on complex layout analysis. Here is what we showed for the trainable baseline detection for complex Arabic documents at the last HIP@ICDAR in September 2019 (see publications). It is very successful on...

Présentation de kraken : ADEMEC

Jean-Baptiste Camps de l’École Nationale des Chartes présentera un atelier hands on kraken lors de la journée d’études IA et institutions patrimoniales : enjeux, défis et opportunités de l’ADEMEC à la Bibliothèque national de...

‘Deep Learning for Word Spotting’ Workshop

Almanach and the eScripta team are very happy to welcome Gernot Fink, professor of pattern recognition at the Technical University of Dortmund, and Eugen Rusakov for a workshop on “deep learning for word spotting”....

eScripta at ICDAR2019

The eScripta team has recently returned from the International Conference of Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR) which was held this year in Sydney. As well as the main conference, there were also very interesting...

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