A statistics-duelling deck generator using data from wikipedia
A statistics-duelling deck generator using data from wikipedia.
Trop Tumps chooses random categories from dbpedia.org and turns them into (mostly-useless) printable decks of cards representing things from that category, complete with exciting statistics.
Note: Trop Tumps requires Python 3.6+
The simplest way to install Trop Tumps is using pip. With Python and pip installed, Trop Tumps can be installed from the Python Package Index with:
pip install troptumps
or directly from the source repository with:
pip install git+https://github.com/Frimkron/troptumps#egg=troptumps
Alternatively you can download the source and install it with the
If you have installed Trop Trumps, it can be run using the
troptumps.exe on Windows), otherwise the package can be run
python -m troptumps.
The script will connect to dbpedia.org and keep trying to find a suitable
category of things to turn into a card deck. Eventually, with a bit of luck, a
deck_(something) will be written to the current working
directory, containing a printable .pdf file.
To re-generate the PDF for an existing deck (e.g. to change the paper size),
--datadir option to indicate the path of a
deck_ directory. The PDF
will be overwritten.
--help flag to see the full list of options.
Trop Tumps is released under the GPL 3 licence. For the full text of this
Created by Mark Frimston
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