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Mathematica has a built-in function called MorphologicalGraph. The open source image analysis software Fiji can do this too. The rough steps are: Smoothen the image if needed Threshold the image to make it binary Process -> Binary -> Skeletonize Analyze -> Skeleton -> Analyze Skeleton, tick Show Detailed Info. When a table comes up, save it as CSV.


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On the Tensorflow Github site there are pretrained models, some of which are based on Image collections. I think with some digging you'll find more. Here is one available as a NodeJS model: MobileNet - Classify images with labels from the ImageNet database. `npm i @tensorflow-models/mobilenet` I haven't used it personally though. A while back, at a ...


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A little older library is https://github.com/timhuff/canvas-phash. It's a library that uses phash to detect how similar images are.


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I can remember two js libraries Tenserflow & tracking JS. Both can do like webcam tracking, real-time color tracking, face detection etc.


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You can indeed do this sort of task with a Raspberry Pi, Python and OpenCV there are a number of write-ups on how to do this on the PyImageSearch site such as https://www.pyimagesearch.com/2017/02/13/recognizing-digits-with-opencv-and-python/ (dealing with number recognition) and https://www.pyimagesearch.com/2018/08/20/opencv-text-detection-east-text-...


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There are some programs that work decently enough. Unfortunately, one of them is (I think) no longer under development. It is a pity. VisiPics rates the similarity using colors. http://www.visipics.info/index.php?title=Main_Page Pixiple give you also similar images, this can be handy to detect the same image with some changes in cropping or rotation but ...


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