Articles for 2021

Important Notes Regarding the Use of Sample Files

Important Notes: The InftyReader demo will only process five (5) pages daily. If you do not have math fonts installed on your computer, you will not be able to view the XHTML files generated by InftyReader. We recommend using the Mozilla Firefox Browser when viewing the XHTML files.  Please install these math fonts. Types of files [...]

InftyReader Enterprise Version License

InftyReader Licensing: Enterprise Version The InftyReader Enterprise license is for business and/or professional use in support of recognizing large volumes of documents. There is no limit imposed on the number of pages per month. The license granted provides permission to install InftyReader on a Server in order to deliver InftyReader network services to users on [...]

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InftyReader One-Year/Standard Version License

InftyReader Licensing: One Year Version The license for this version of InftyReader covers personal use only. This license does not permit using InftyReader to process documents, either for a charge or for free, for anyone other than the licensee. This license grants the right to install and use InftyReader One-Year Version on one (1) standard [...]

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Installing IrfanView

Instructions for Installing IrfanView: Install IrfanView on your computer. Here’s their home page: http://www.irfanview.com/ (32  bit). 2. After installing IrfanView, go to the IrfanView directory under Program Files (i.e. C:\Program Files (x86)\IrfanView) 3. Copy the following files three files into your \sAccessNet\InftyReader\bin\ folder i_view32.chm i_view32.exe i_view32.ini 4. Load the PDF you want to convert into InftyReader [...]

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Command Line Interface

To use InftyReader in the command line version, please add the path to the folder of InftyReader.exe in the environment variable “PATH”. The default path after the install of InftyReader is either… C:\Program Files\sAccessNet\InftyReader\bin C:\Program Files (x86)\sAccessNet\InftyReader\bin …depending or your Windows OS. Please check it. In the command-prompt, input the following command: InftyReader [full path [...]

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InftyReader Short Videos

InftyReader “Cutting and Pasting” Images: Copy and paste a PDF math image into word as an editable equation (0:34) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8nvcLpQvtpg InftyReader automatically converting a: BMP Math Image into LaTeX (2:53) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDKjGu_qNKc BMP Math Image into MathML (2:19) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXPdugnzkow PNG Math Image into LaTeX (2:25) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvvHi023U7Y PNG Math Image into MathML (2:07) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuTbXDA9YiU PNG math image [...]

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Setting Expectations for InftyReader’s Capabilities

What to expect from InftyReader: Assuming that your source documents/images meet InftyReader’s minimum requirements… InftyReader will definitely save you a significant amount of time (and money) converting the following types of math inclusive content into LaTeX, MathML, and Word XML formats: Printed materials; Image-based content; and, PDF documents. What InftyReader may not be able to [...]

Sample “Larger” PDF Files converted into MathML and LaTeX

(78 pages)   Source PDF: http://www.math.umn.edu/~garrett/calculus/first_year/notes.pdf Automatically-Generated MathML and LaTeX Files (24 pages): Source PDF: http://www.math.purdue.edu/~egoins/seminar/06-04-05.pdf Automatically-Generated MathML and LaTeX Files (12 pages): Source PDF: https://www.math.upenn.edu/~kazdan/504/calc.pdf Automatically-Generated MathML and LaTeX Files (10 pages):  Source PDF: https://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/research/groupings/reasoning/sdag/test_samples/pg1-10.pdf Automatically-Generated MathML and LaTeX Files (10 pages):   Source PDF: https://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/research/groupings/reasoning/sdag/test_samples/pg11-20.pdf Automatically-Generated MathML and LaTeX Files (10 pages):   Source PDF: https://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/research/groupings/reasoning/sdag/test_samples/pg21-30.pdf Automatically-Generated MathML and LaTeX Files (10 pages):   Source PDF: https://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/research/groupings/reasoning/sdag/test_samples/pg31-40.pdf Automatically-Generated MathML and LaTeX Files (6 pages):   Source PDF: http://www.mathcs.bethel.edu/dept/resources/basic_alg_skills.pdf Automatically-Generated MathML and LaTeX Files (6 pages):   Source PDF: http://orientation.gsu.edu/files/2013/03/mathpractice.pdf Automatically-Generated MathML and LaTeX Files (5 pages):   Source PDF: http://math.slu.edu/~clair/mcmc/FTC-solutions.pdf Automatically-Generated MathML and LaTeX Files (3 pages):  Source PDF: http://math.arizona.edu/~jwatkins/practice2.pdf Automatically-Generated MathML and LaTeX Files [...]

InftyReader: API and Command Line Functionality

1.0 Command Line Application Also see: Processing images (TIFF/GIF/PNG) through the use of the command line http://www.inftyreader.org/?p=766 Infty.exe is a command line application option of InftyReader. It takes binary images of TIF, TIFF(CCITT-3/CCITT-4/LZW), GIF or PNG format with resolution 600DPI (will work much more effectively) or 400DPI as inputs, and returns the recognition result in [...]

Using Jaws with ChattyInfty

Since the current version of ChattyInfty can read out all the contents and menus, you might not need to utilize another screen reader with ChattyInfty. However, if you would like to make use of a Braille display, you would have to use a screen reader such as JAWS along with ChattyInfty since it has no [...]

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