An interactive image cropping tool for Jupyter Notebooks in Python
Jupyter Interactive Cropping Widget
An interactive widget to rapidly crop images in Jupyter notebooks.
This widget can be found on the PyPI repository here.
Install Jupyter and enable ipywidgets
After cloning this repo, you can build the widget from source and use in a jupyter lab/notebook instance. Before this widget will work properly, you will need to install and enable jupyter widgets. To enable the widgets for Jupyter Lab using pip follow the below commands
pip install jupyterlab #installs jupyter lab and gives access to jupyter lab CLI pip install ipywidgets jupyter nbextension enable --py widgetsnbextension jupyter labextension install @jupyter-widgets/jupyterlab-manager
* Feel free to run this in your default python environment or a separate kernel; If using a separate kernel make sure it has been added to the available kernels via the
Installing requirements for this widget
Once Jupyter has been installed and enabled, check that all requirements have been downloaded by running
pip install -r requirements.txt from this directory. Then, open up a jupyter lab instance by running
jupyter lab, and once inside try the below example using the images in the
from interactivecrop.interactivecrop import main as crop from interactivecrop.samples import sample_images, sample_names crop(sample_images,image_name_list = sample_names)
For further examples of cropper use, see the
Examples.ipynb. Make sure to run the
jupyter lab startup command from the root directory when running
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