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Pydroid3 is available as both Free and Paid editions and I don't think that the price for it is too exorbitant for most people. On the Paid edition going to the pip window and selecting Quick Install produces a screen like:


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you don't mention which country you are reverse geocoding in. In some countries there are common codes for each county, in the US there is something called a FIPS code, which usually (but not always) corresponds to a county. The OpenCage Geocoder returns county_codes in countries where those are normal and FIPS codes in the US. Here is part of an example ...


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I have worked with two PDF modules: PyPDF2 and pdfminer.six PDFminer.six is more reliable than PyPDF2 but 6 times slower (timed). Here is a working code example for PDFminer.six, the documentation is a little sparse: https://stackoverflow.com/a/61857301/7483211


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Some list I did when asking Is there any decent speech recognition software for Linux?: CMU Sphinx CVoiceControl Ears Julius Kaldi (e.g., Kaldi GStreamer server) IBM ViaVoice (used to run on Linux but was discontinued years ago) NICO ANN Toolkit OpenMindSpeech RWTH ASR shout silvius (built on the Kaldi speech recognition toolkit) Simon Listens ViaVoice / ...


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Frankly, it very much depends on what you're intending to build -- since you specified what seems to be a relatively simple GUI, I'd recommend beginning with Tkinter because it's the only GUI-related package that ships in python's standard library, and thus it is relatively ubiquitous for simple python apps. It's not the most elegant package, and certainly ...


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The Python package vosk-api ticked my boxes: open source, respects privacy (works 'offline'), and supports the languages I'm interested in: English, French, Spanish. The list of supported languages, currently limited, is growing: I was lucky with my needs. Getting started took me a little while, so in this answer I'd like to detail a few steps. The audio ...


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You can try Vosk. It works on OSX with Python3.8, Windows and Linux. Supports 9 languages - English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Russian, Turkish, Vietnamese. More to come. Works offline, even on lightweight devices - Raspberry Pi, Android, iOS Installs with simple pip3 install vosk Portable per-language models are only 50Mb each, but ...


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