How I can write a decent GitHub readme?

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  • Distance_measurement_using_single_camera

    using single camera to measure the distance opencv python,

    I am a beginner, want to improve, GitHub readme experience, I don't how to improve this, what are convention to follow, anything you want to suggest me that would be really helpful. The Github repository just gave me a favor here. please

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