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Wrappers over Mod9 ASR Engine TCP Server.

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Version Beta, last updated October 16, 2020.

Mod9 ASR Python Wrappers

By default, requests to the Mod9 ASR Engine TCPServer must be through a TCP socket. The Mod9 ASR Python wrappers are a set of wrappers for the Engine that provide another interface.

Included are a fully-compatible drop-in replacement for the Google Cloud STT Python Client Library, as well as for the Google Cloud STT REST API.

For tutorials, please refer to the documentation at and, respectively.

There are a few methods to install the Mod9 ASR Python Wrappers.

If you have access to the internet, the easiest method is to use

pip3 install mod9-asr

which will retrieve the necessary files from PyPI and install.

If you have a Python wheel (i.e. a .whl file), for example, named mod9-asr-0.0.1-py3-none-any.whl, you can install it with

pip3 install mod9-asr-0.0.1-py3-none-any.whl

One way to get this .whl file, if you have a Docker image of the Engine, is to copy the .whl from within that Docker image. For example, if the container is being run with the name mod9-asr-8k, and the current version of the Mod9 ASR Python Wrappers package is 0.0.1, use

docker cp mod9-asr-8k:/opt/mod9/mod9-asr-0.0.1-py3-none-any.whl .

to copy the .whl onto the bare metal host.

Finally, if you have the source code, you can navigate to the wrappers/python/ directory containing the file and run

pip3 install .

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