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Old 08-27-2014, 04:53 PM   #631
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Hi. I frequently come up to OCR errors in the books I read.

To correct these errors, my method is, saving that flawed words and/or lines to "My Clippings" and after that, opening both "Clippings.txt" and the .epub file on PC to make corrections.

This whole process takes very long time and obviously boring. Here's the idea:

"On the Calibre's Edit Book window, a plugin that

- pulls the txt file from a specified location,
- finds the highlighted parts in the book,
- asks the user for confirmation and replacing,
- additional ideas..."

would be very effective. Anyone shares this situation? Is that possible to code a plugin like this?
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Old 08-27-2014, 08:54 PM   #632
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I've fixed some eBooks that were ORCed and had a number of errors in them. It did not take a very long time to find and fix the errors. It was more of a hassle to mark all the errors.
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Old 08-27-2014, 09:59 PM   #633
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Hi. I frequently come up to OCR errors in the books I read.

To correct these errors, my method is, saving that flawed words and/or lines to "My Clippings" and after that, opening both "Clippings.txt" and the .epub file on PC to make corrections.

This whole process takes very long time and obviously boring. Here's the idea:

"On the Calibre's Edit Book window, a plugin that

- pulls the txt file from a specified location,
- finds the highlighted parts in the book,
- asks the user for confirmation and replacing,
- additional ideas..."

would be very effective. Anyone shares this situation? Is that possible to code a plugin like this?
I try to fix all the typographical errors before I start reading a book

Many OCR errors can be fixed with a few well crafted Search and Replace regular expressions (which can be saved for reuse), have a look in the Editor sub forum and also the Sigil forum, particularly at the Reg Ex Sticky threads.

Spell checking can also help, with split words in particu lar [sic]. A search in the full word list (in the spell checker) for '-' can help get rid of extraneous hyphens, and Sigil's Reports can help identify 'weird characters'.

I would more likely find use for a plug in as requested in the context of correcting grammatical/stylistic 'errors' rather than typographical errors.

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Old 08-28-2014, 08:56 AM   #634
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Thank you for your answers. I'm sorry, I guess I forgot to give one important info: My native language is Turkish.

For Anglo-Saxon languages like English, OCR process generally works better and ends with minimal error counts. But Turkish grammar and linguistic is a little tricky.

By "OCR errors", I meant some other problems more of typo's. Actually, after ABBYY, I find typo's etc with regular expressions and then I even do a second check with MS Word for grammar mistakes.

Although, I stumble upon mistyped words when reading. For example:

A sentence like "Mısır yerim" is being recognized as "Alışır yerim". Despite their different meanings, both sentences are grammatically correct in Turkish. And no spell-check method notices this OCR mistake.

I hope I have been more clear now.
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Old 08-28-2014, 06:30 PM   #635
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I hope I have been more clear now.
@lunker -

According to Google "Ben şimdi daha iyi anlıyorum"

I hope someone can help you.

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Old 08-29-2014, 07:56 AM   #636
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Could the series and series number be added to the body of the email text along with the description?
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Old 09-06-2014, 02:50 PM   #637
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I like the plugins that allow you to create a recipe e-book from a recipe website. Would it be possible to get one to create an e-book of low carb recipes from atkins.com
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Old 09-10-2014, 05:42 AM   #638
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I'd like to ask if anyone has created this plug-in or is working on it. I'd be happy to help as a beta-tester. The plug-in is a great idea.

Thankxx, Mixx

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I think most of you heard about Evernote. This is great service, but there is no option to export your notes (preferably to ePub). Fortunately Evernote provides API which is very good (Python is supported). Evernote notes are basically written as HTML with few Evernode-specific tags. I wrote simple Evernote to XHTML converter, just to check is it possible to write evernote2epub converter. I'm not much into calibre plugins developing (does calibre provide library to make an epub from few xhtml files?), so I want to ask if someone want to provide such plugin. Idea is that plugin would download and convert to epub all notes with specific tag, e.g. epub on user request. Plugin should also check if notes were updated (on user request). It's easy since Evernote Note object has last edition date.

Below is my simple converter. It was tested with Evernote sandbox and Linux. Calibre plugin will require developer key, but it's free (you need register to obtain key). Converter is saved in evernote-sdk-python/sample/client/ directory. If you have any question I will be happy to answer. Thanks.
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Unfortunately, I cannot code plugins, but it seems to me that this one could go along the lines of Krittika's "Wiki Reader" plug-in.

Evernote even lets the user select a number of notes and can (via context menu) generate the URL of all the selected notes at once. This list could be pasted into a popup field, processed one after the other an placed as chapters into an ebook.

Anyone interested to put this into a plug-in?

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Old 09-28-2014, 11:31 AM   #640
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I'd like a plugin that classifies books according to a Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) or Library of Congress Classification (LCC) based on a given title and/or author. This could be done through OCLC's Classify tool. The documentation for the API is available here.

I have neither the adequate programming experience or skills with Calibre plugins to be able to do this myself, but would be motivated to give it a try if someone could help me out. I know a fair amount of Python, but have never modified Calibre before. Thanks!
This sounds very useful to me. But my programming skills are rather in the negative range.

If possible - which it may well not be - I'd like to be able to have more than one Dewey number for some books like "Correlations between immuno-neuro-endrocrinology and socio-eco-political indices". The OCLC's Classify tool reply does seem to list more than one DDC for some books.
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Old 10-28-2014, 08:41 PM   #641
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Hi,
I recently read about the "Spritz" speed-reading technique and use it a lot in my browser. So I thought it might be really awsome to make a plug in for that in calibre.

Spritz-Reader Plugin
-> read the whole text with the Spritz technique
-> read selected parts with the Spritz technique
-> controle the speed
-> synchronize with the Spritz account
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Old 10-28-2014, 09:31 PM   #642
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Hi,
I recently read about the "Spritz" speed-reading technique and use it a lot in my browser. So I thought it might be really awsome to make a plug in for that in calibre.

Spritz-Reader Plugin
-> read the whole text with the Spritz technique
-> read selected parts with the Spritz technique
-> controle the speed
-> synchronize with the Spritz account
Spritz didn't invent the technique, its been around for years - search for Speed Reading software.

If you find a speed reader you like for your OS (Windows, OS/X or Linux) you should be able to integrate it into calibre via the Open With plugin. Others have done this for Text to Speech software, e.g. Babaloka and Nuance ???.

If you use Windows 8.x then Metro apps may be hard/impossible to integrate via Open With.

You could try running the Spritz Android reader in an Android emulator - not sure if you could integrate with the calibre Open With PI, might be worth a try

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Old 11-24-2014, 01:51 PM   #643
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Not sure if anyone else had the idea

But in a normal book you can see a list of series by the author before or after the title

Would be awesome if Calibre could make a a extra page next to the cover of every book

Which shows the Series list of the Author which it downloads from the Series list you made in Calibre with the book your reading now Bolded in that List

Would help managing which book is first and it helps you to figure out which is the next book on the reading list
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Old 12-10-2014, 06:07 AM   #644
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Idea: A plugin that downloads every free book it can find in the "get books" section.

Features I could think of:
Set Interval: It downloads one free book per day? (Surprise book!)
Space limit: Cant download more than x megabyte per day
Auto Deletes books you didn't read.

Maybe you can think of more.
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