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exporting handwritten dataset as text, export it and use it as a csv
3 projects | reddit.com/r/RemarkableTablet | 16 Sep 2021
Yeah, I’m pretty sure the Remarkable OCR is not up to these kinds of tasks unfortunately. If you know some coding you could write something that’d likely work well in Python using for ex. this for receiving the mail attachment and this for converting the PDF to CSV. This is in case you’d write your data as a table on the Remarkable, which I guess is preferable to writing something like (0.5, 8.4, -0.3). If you’d rather do it that way, there are other more suitable OCR tools like this one. The checkbox use-case in the comment above would also be possible by modifying this approach. DM if you’d like to discuss further work.
What are some alternatives?
inbox - :incoming_envelope: IMAP/SMTP sync system with modern APIs
modoboa - Mail hosting made simple
Exchange Web Services client library - Python client for Microsoft Exchange Web Services (EWS)
yagmail - Send email in Python conveniently for gmail using yagmail
envelopes - Mailing for human beings
mailjet - Mailjet API implementation in Python
pyzmail - Pyzmail is a high level mail library for Python, providing functions to read, compose and send emails
salmon - A Python Mail Server