Wrappers over Mod9 ASR Engine TCP Server.
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 mod9.io/python-sdk and mod9.io/rest, 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
for example, named
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
pip3 install .
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