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imgtrkr v0.1

Python library for adding and reading useful metadata to png files.

This is so I can remember how I created a plot!

Installation

This software has only been tested on Linux and only for python 2.x.

Using Git clone the package to a local folder of your convenience...

git clone https://github.com/chrisb13/imgtrkr.git

If you don't have Git, click on 'download zip' on the top right of this page and extract to a folder called 'imgtrkr'.

Dependencies

  • python 2.x
  • PIL

Usage

This package can be used in two ways:

  1. imported as a python package (allows reading AND writing of metadata)
  2. command line for reading (ONLY) of metadata

Here's a movie that covers, installation and usage...

asciicast

Note: you can pause this video and copy and paste code!

Examples

  1. See examples/pyeg.py (for pythong package usage)
  2. python main.py examples/test.png (for command line use)

Acknowledgements

The code was written by Christopher Bull.

Contact

Christopher Bull.
Affiliation: Climate Change Research Centre and ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Sys tem Science. Level 4, Mathews Building
University of New South Wales
Sydney, NSW, Australia, 2052
Contact: z3457920@student.unsw.edu.au
www: christopherbull.com.au
twitter: @ChrisBullOceanO

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