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       ocr4gamera - OCR system using the Gamera framework


       ocr4gamera -x <traindata> [options] <imagefile>


       -v <int>, --verbosity=<int>
              Set  verbosity  level to <int>.  Possible values are 0 (default): silent operation;
              1:  information on progress; >2: segmentation info is written  to  PNG  files  with
              prefix debug_.

       -h, --help
              Display help and exit.

              Print version and exit.

       -d, --deskew
              Do a skew correction (recommended).

       -mf <ws>, --median_filter=<ws>
              Smooth  the  input  image  with  a median filter with window size <ws>.  Default is
              <ws>=0, which means no smoothing

       -ds <s>, --despeckle=<s>
              Remove all speckle with  size  <=  <s>.   Default  is  <s>  =  0,  which  means  no

       -f, --filter
              Filter out very large (images) and very small components (noise).

       -a, --automatic-group
              Autogroup glyphs with classifier.

       -x <file>, --xmlfile=<file>
              Read training data from <file>.

       -o <xml>, --output=<xml>
              Write recognized text to file <xml> (otherwise it is written to stdout).

       -od <dir>, --output_directory=<dir>
              Writes  for  each  input  image <img> the recognized text to <dir>/<img>.txt.  Note
              that this option cannot be used in combination with -o (--outfile).

       -c <csv>, --extra_chars_csvfile=<csv>
              Read additional class name conversions from file <csv>.   <csv>  must  contain  one
              conversion per line.

       -R <rules>, --heuristic_rules=<rules>
              Apply  heuristic  rules  <rules>  for disambiguation of some chars.  <rules> can be
              roman (default) or none (for no rules).

       -D, --dictionary-correction
              Correct words using a dictionary (requires aspell or ispell).

       -L <lang>, --dictionary-language=<lang>
              Use <lang> as language for aspell (when option -D is set).

       -e <int>, --edit-distance=<int>
              Correct words only when edit distance not more than <int>.

       -ho, --hocr_out
              Writes output as hocr file (only works with the -o option).

       -hi <hocrfile>, --hocr_in=<hocrfile>
              Uses an hocr input file for textline segmentation.