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I am new to VBA and trying to create a project for work. We hire transcriptionists based on a sample test file they listen to and type up. I've been trying to code a macro that will search the tests for specific keywords (some of which are used multiple times in the test), then give a message box with the results. This way we can gauge competency at a glance.
I've cadged together a prototype but there's one major problem: the counter doesn't seem to be counting right. I test it on a sample file that has all of the required keywords but it will only register about half of them. I'm not sure where the problem is and would appreciate any insight.
My code is below and a screenshot of the resulting message box is attached....
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Oct-14 at 04:56
The code seems working perfectly for words only. It will fail for counting phrases. Since I also consider the code as an impressively clean chunk of code as commented by Marcucciboy2, I tried to retain the main approach in the code already written. You may try to add the few lines
I'm trying to develop a solution to segment corneal tomographies, and check for the distance between the cornea and a contact lens. For such, i thresholded the image and extracted the biggest 3 contours, being one of the cornea and the other 2 the interior and exterior edges of the lens.
I need to check for the distance between the green contour and the red one all along the x axis in the image.
I tried to check for contour distance in OpenCV but did not find anything....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jan-14 at 20:33
This answer explains how to find the radial distance between the red line and the green line. I have manually edited the image so that only the relevant parts of the image are considered.
The first step is to find a function that describes the curve of the lens (the red line). Scipy can find functions from data. Scipy.interp1d() found the function (in cyan) from the red line's contours:
Next, I could find the distance from the green line (the contours of the cornea), to the nearest point on the curve:
I am working with data from pharmaceutical labels. The text is always structured using the verb phrase 'indicated for'.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Mar-28 at 19:46
You don't need SpaCy. You can do regular expression or just split:
I've been recently working at a segmentation process for corneal endothelial cells, and I've found a pretty decent paper that describes ways to perform it with nice results. I have been trying to follow that paper and implement it all using scikit-image and openCV, but I've gotten stucked at the watershed segmentation.
I will briefly describe how is the process supposed to be:
First of all, you have the original endothelial cells image original image
Then, they instruct you to perform a morphological grayscale reconstruction, in order to level a little bit the grayscale of the image (however, they do not explain how to get the markers for the grayscale, so I've been fooling around and tried to get some on my own way)
This is what the reconstructed image was supposed to look like: desired reconstruction
This is what my reconstructed image (lets label it as r) looks like: my reconstruction
The purpose is to use the reconstructed image to get the markers for the watershed segmentation, how do we do that?! We get the original image (lets label it as f), and perform a threshold in (f - r) to extract the h-domes of the cell, i.e., our markers.
This is what the hdomes image was supposed to look like: desired hdomes
This is what my hdomes image looks like: my hdomes
I believe that the hdomes I've got are as good as theirs, so, the final step is to finally perform the watershed segmentation on the original image, using the hdomes we've been working so hard to get!
As input image, we will use the inverted original image, and as markers, our markers.
This is the derised output:
However, I am only getting a black image, EVERY PIXEL IS BLACK and I have no idea of what's happening... I've also tried using their markers and inverted image, however, also getting black image. The paper I've been using is Luc M. Vincent, Barry R. Masters, "Morphological image processing and network analysis of cornea endothelial cell images", Proc. SPIE 1769
I apologize for the long text, however I really wanted to explain everything in detail of what is my understanding so far, btw, I've tried watershed segmentation from both scikit-image and opencv, both gave me the black image.
Here is the following code that I have been using...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Dec-02 at 04:16
Here's a rough example for the watershed segmentation of your image with scikit-image.
What is missing in your script is calculating the Euclidean distance (see here and here) and extracting the local maxima from it.
Note that the watershed algorithm outputs a piece-wise constant image where pixels in the same regions are assigned the same value. What is shown in your 'desired output' panel (e) are the edges between the regions instead.
Species Gender Weight Corneal Diameter Avg Great Grey M 971 19.5 Great Grey F 1209 19.0 Great Grey M 952 20.5 Great Grey F 1793 20.5 Snowy M 1658 22.0 Snowy F 1899 22.75 Snowy F 1975 24.50 Snowy M 1646 23.00
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Sep-24 at 13:21
Use Spearman rank correlation. If x and y are the two vectors which may or may not be numeric.
I receive a JSON response like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Apr-05 at 13:57
You can use a function:
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