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Store images, especially from Clipboard, in a database, and spin an image server (for usage in Jupyter Notebook).

Project description

ImageDB

Store images, especially from Clipboard, in a database, and spin an image server (for usage in Jupyter Notebook).

Installation

$ pip install imagedb

Or

  1. Clone the project from GitHub
  2. poetry add imagedb --path path/to/imagedb/folder

Usage

Run an image server

In a Python script (outside Jupyter Notebook).

from imagedb import ImageDB
ImageDB('images.db').runserver()
# Then, go to `http://localhost:8000` in your browser to register an image (from the clipboard).

Get images from the image server

In Jupyter Notebook

>>> from imagedb import ImageDB
>>> idb = ImageDB('images.db')
>>> idb.last()
# The latest image in the server will be shown.  `idb.last(5)` is also supported.
>>> from IPython.display import display
>>> for image in idb.search(tags='bar'):
...     display(image)
# All images corresponding to the tag 'bar' will be shown.

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