Announcing DotDotGoose – open source software for counting objects in an image

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Announcing DotDotGoose – open source software for counting objects in an image

Artur Gil-2
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De: Ned Horning
Enviado: quarta-feira, 22 de maio de 2019 14:57:08 GMT
Assunto: Announcing DotDotGoose – open source software for counting objects in an image

The American Museum of Natural History’s Center for Biodiversity and
Conservation (CBC) has released an open source tool to assist with
manually counting objects in images called DotDotGoose. This
purpose-built tool was created since most conservation researchers and
practitioners working on counting objects in images were using software
such as Adobe Photoshop and ImageJ which are not ideally suited for many
conservation applications. The DotDotGoose user interface makes it easy
to create and edit classes of objects to be counted and you can  pan and
zoom to accurately place points to identify individual objects.
Information about objects can be stored in custom fields and this
metadata can be exported for use in spreadsheet or statistics software.
Point data collected with DotDotGoose will be very valuable validation
data for any future efforts with computer assisted counting.

Download DotDotGoosge from
can be accessed directly on GitHub : https://github.com/persts/DotDotGoose.

If you have any questions about DotDotGoose please contact Peter Ersts:

For more information on the CBCs Machine Learning for Conservation
initiative visit,

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