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RequsetEdit

Hi, I would like to use your picture of the beta minus decay in my article. How I can contact you? Please go to www.psichem.de, you will find my email there.

With kind regrads 132.230.145.170 11:22, 11 October 2011 (UTC)

I am delighted that you wish to use my illustration. This image is in the public domain, so there are absolutely no restrictions on its use, commercial or non-commercial. However, a quick link to the article is appreciated, but not required, as I like to see my work in use by others. Feel free to use this illustration, and any others of mine, for any purpose. If you wish me to do further illustrations, matching or otherwise, please ask here, and I will be happy to undertake it as long as the end product may be uploaded here. Regards, Inductiveload (talk) 14:45, 11 October 2011 (UTC)

Text dividerEdit

Inductiveload, here (http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Decorative_text_divider_-_central_flare.svg) you posted a fine graphic for use as a text divider. I would like to simply paste the picture into a word processing document (e.g., .doc), but when I have tried, only a black rectangle appears. I saved it as a .png file. Should it be some other kind of file, or what do you suppose I could do in order to paste the image into a text document? Thank you, Aperfectcircle (talk) 23:56, 23 October 2011 (UTC)

I don't use MS Word (or even own a copy), so I can't tell you exactly what the "right" way to paste an image is, if Ctrl-V doesn't do it. You can probably save the image to your hard drive and then do something like "File->Import", "Edit->Insert->File" or similar. That's the best I can come up with, sorry. Inductiveload (talk) 01:26, 26 October 2011 (UTC)

A proposal...Edit

Hey there! I saw your icons and nearly photorealistic vectors of electronics components.

I'm working on a little project which may become a wikibook, but even if it doesn't this would still be a valuable contribution to the Wikipedia project and the Commons.

I basically am looking for an expanded pool of electronic parts, basic discrete components, in your style, coloured much like this and this ...

I have a bunch of stuff that I know I'll be needing for the project, but I won't put it out yet because it's a) a bit imposing and b) this will take time, and unless you're in Sydney and thus can partake of delicious baked confections, I won't be able to really compensate you...

This is a challenge, though. If you're interested, let me know, and I'll get a list to you! Your skills are ... seriously the best I've seen on the Commons at doing these fidgety components. I'd be honoured if you'd have a look over my request.

Thanks kindly, → Horst.Burkhardt (talk) 12:58, 31 October 2009 (UTC)

Sounds interesting. I also want to create a large collection of electornic parts, but there are so many and without a decent roadmap, it's quite despiriting! So I would be happy to help you. Please bear in mind that I have IRL commitments too, so I can't give any concrete promises about deliveries and stuff. However, don't let this prevent you from asking!
I've made a subpage for you to list what you want.
Hope to hear from you soon, Inductiveload (talk) 16:01, 1 November 2009 (UTC)
Ok, subpage markup tidied and a list of stuff that I'm looking for is listed! Thanks very much for considering my proposal!  :D
Horst.Burkhardt (talk) 15:53, 2 November 2009 (UTC)

hi i would love to get in contact with you so i can ask you some questions about your artEdit

hi so i'm into DIY electronics and i'm trying to make a tutorial. i found your electronic components and i love them do you have any tutorials for making these parts? please let me know can you send me your email address? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Versuviusx (talk • contribs) 15:10, 22 November 2009 (UTC)

Hi, the diagrams of the electronic components are drawn in SolidEdge (a 3D modelling and technical drawing program). I'm afraid this is commercial software, and I'm not aware of an equivalent free version. The objects are made into technical drawings, printed to PDF and then edited with Inkscape and/or Illustrator.
If you want any specific parts to be made, you can tell me and I'll do them at some point. I'm already helping another Commons user with a similar request. (see this page). You can also freely modify and redistribute any file I have uploaded if you want. Attribution is nice but not required.
I'd prefer to keep discussions on Commons if you don't mind, as it helps me keep it all together. Emails just get confusing and fill up my inbox too quickly. We can always set up a subpage like I did with Horst.
And please sign comments! Otherwise I have to go and hunt around the history for who is talking to me! Thanks!
Regards, − Inductiveload (talk) 23:03, 22 November 2009 (UTC)
Hey there Versiviusx, I'm the dude he was talking about who had a similar request. The subpage linked has a lot of content already, and is growing, and I'm currently doing a sort of DIY Electronics Primer in the style of Short Circuits or Funway Into Electronics. I was wondering, would you like access to my work when I start on it, in case you can make use of it? (I won't post to wikibooks until I'm certain i'm getting somewhere.) Horst.Burkhardt (talk) 08:18, 15 December 2009 (UTC)
By the way, on the topic of attribution, Inductiveload, do you have a real name that I can attach for attribution? Horst.Burkhardt (talk) 08:30, 15 December 2009 (UTC)

Question about block diagramEdit

Hi, I need to do some block diagrams like those you did here:[1]. Could you please tell me how you did it? (Sorry if didn't place the question correctly, it's first time I'm using this platform) 132.69.234.226 06:27, 18 December 2009 (UTC)

Hi! I used Inkscape to draw these diagrams. You can download any of my work and modify it yourself if you want. If it's for a public purpose (e.g. some wiki or commons thing) then I'll be happy to make them for you if you don't feel up to doing it yourself. Inductiveload (talk) 03:40, 28 December 2009 (UTC)

Star MapsEdit

Hey there! I'm an author and English instructor working on a science fiction project. I saw your map of the nearest stars to Earth (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Nearby_Stars_(14ly_Radius).svg) and it is very close to something I need for my own non-wiki project.

What I am looking to do is a) map only BRIGHT stars (such as those listed here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_nearest_bright_stars#Stars_within_10_parsecs) and b) expand the map to 10 parsecs. There would be about 50 data points. I looked at Inkscape briefly, and am willing to give it a go myself, but I have never done anything like this before. I'm a words guy, not a formula guy!

I would very much appreciate any help you might be able to give. Many sincere thanks. --Jasontondro (talk) 03:37, 20 December 2009 (UTC)

Hi! Sorry for the delay, I am away from home at the moment. I'll be happy to do that for you when I get back in a few days. Do you want the scale rings in light-years or parsecs? Cheers Inductiveload (talk) 03:48, 28 December 2009 (UTC)

40xx IC pinouts to 74xxEdit

Hi! I really liked your 40xx IC pinouts -- great design -- and I made some small modifications to some to make similar 74xx series IC pinouts for myself. I see you licensed them PD, so I could upload them myself (if I can figure out how all this works), but would you rather have them as your own contributions, because that's really what they are?

--MLiffiton (talk) 02:37, 18 January 2010 (UTC)

Well, they are PD so you can do as you please. However a mention such as "Based on 4001 Pinout.svg by Inductiveload" would be very kind! Thank you for asking, and I'm very happy you found them so useful - they actually took quite some time to make, simple as they are. If you find Commons daunting, here is a template upload information form, which you can upload at the basic upload page without messing around too much. Change it as you see fit:
{{Information
|Description={{en|A pinout diagram of the 7400 Quad 2-input NAND gate integrated circuit.}}
|Source={{own}}
|Date=2010-01-18
|Author=[[User:MLiffiton|MLiffiton]]
:Based on [[:File:4001 Pinout.svg|]] by [[User:Inductiveload|Inductiveload]]
|Permission={{PD-self}}
|other_versions=
}}

[[Category:7400 Series]]
[[Category:IC Pinout Diagrams]]
Do ask me if you want to know anything. Commons is a big place with a lot to get used to, but contributing here always feels to me much nicer than at Wikipedia, and it always feels like I'm making a real change rather than a tiny increment!
Can I also suggest, if you have time, to contribute at the Practical Electronics Wikibook? There is a partial list of 4000 series ICs here, and you could start an equivalent 7400 series page. Of course, only if you want to, but contributers there are rare, and it's a change to make a really nice compendium of information than can be really valuable to electronic experimenters! Again, ask me for any help!

Also, can I ask that you upload with names in the form 7400 Pinout.svg, with a capital P and just changing the number, as this will allow it to play nicely with templates on the Practical Electronics book and maybe in other places. Thanks!

Cheers, − Inductiveload (talk) 04:01, 18 January 2010 (UTC)

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (1665-1886)Edit

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UpdateEdit

Moved to the bot work page, to keep it all together, if that's ok? Inductiveload (talk) 03:11, 8 February 2010 (UTC)

IRC cloak requestEdit

I would like IRC cloak wikimedia/inductiveload please! Thank you, − Inductiveload (talk) 02:43, 10 February 2010 (UTC)

User:InductiveBotEdit

Congratulations! It has bot status now. --EugeneZelenko (talk) 15:31, 10 February 2010 (UTC)

Thanks! − Inductiveload (talk) 18:14, 10 February 2010 (UTC)

Request 4Edit

Hi, after all the glorious work your bot did for me I have another task to do; it is not so special as it was with creating new cats, it is a search&replace job. Can you do this as well, or shall I ask somebody else? I made a first list. Cheers, -- sarang사랑 19:02, 15 February 2010 (UTC)

I can do it. I'll get on it now. − Inductiveload (talk) 00:30, 18 February 2010 (UTC)
NEW: sort options «|bU+####» would be fine, all other files have. -- sarang사랑 10:33, 18 February 2010 (UTC)
Added: 25A0-25FF -- sarang사랑 10:47, 18 February 2010 (UTC)
✓ Done sorted as " U+XXXX". − Inductiveload (talk) 20:53, 18 February 2010 (UTC)
Well done! Thank you for perfect work. -- sarang사랑 08:01, 19 February 2010 (UTC)
something else

Hi, as you can see at CJK Radicals Supplement I made an error, took a wrong name for the category and categorized 26 files to it. After dedecting my mistake I made a "badname" request, and that seems not so easy. Before I start with re-categorizing the 26 files, changing one letter from "3" to "F", I ask you whether you see it a minor action to do that with a bot. Manually it is quick done, in 15 to 20 minutes, no problem; but if it is almost no work to you, I shall leave it on you. -- sarang사랑 09:06, 19 February 2010 (UTC)

  • Got it! Sorry that too so long to do, I've been busy elsewhere. Inductiveload (talk) 22:43, 19 March 2010 (UTC)

Hi, great helper, now it was me not looking for a very long time; it was not before today that I looked again for that bug — and you fixed it already! Thank you, you are doing a good work. -- sarang사랑 21:01, 8 April 2010 (UTC)

File:Cobalt-60 Decay Scheme.svgEdit

Hi there, as i read the article about the decay scheme I noted a misprint in your diagram. You wrote 5.62 years as half-life for Cobalt60, but I think you intended to put in 5.26. Cheers! --Christian Vilsmeier (talk) 16:15, 16 March 2010 (UTC)

I fixed it, added a little colour, and made all the text "real" text. That's a real oldie of mine there! Thanks for the heads up! Inductiveload (talk) 22:37, 19 March 2010 (UTC)

dezoomify improvementsEdit

Hey, see my dezoomify.rb for calculating zoom level and tilegroup instead of brute-forcing: http://gist.github.com/59636

83.250.123.114 17:58, 20 March 2010 (UTC)

Enhancing the python-script to not-brute-forcing could be quite helpful. I tried to download some maps from Fotothek - 8 tries out of 11 were unsuccessful with "Image not found in the given tile groups." -- 84.180.150.198 22:06, 19 April 2010 (UTC)
Thanks, I didn't realise ImageProperties.xml was there with the useful information like width, height, etc. A new version of the script is now available. Please try it out and look for the (deliberate ;-) ) bugs! Inductiveload (talk) 01:30, 25 April 2010 (UTC)
Though I found no real bug so far I'd beg for one more favor: please make it possible to work with the /url/to/images one found out on his own since there are some sites where your script can't resolve this URL, e.G. here. The tiles are stored thereThanks for your nice work. -- Malenki (talk) 15:25, 27 April 2010 (UTC), being the second IP, too
I already did! You need to set the "-b" (b for base) flag, and you can use the direct image URL. Inductiveload (talk) 00:12, 30 April 2010 (UTC)
Sry, I oversaw that - thanks for that feature! But trying use it results in:
python2.6 dezoomify_new.py -b http://fotothek.slub-dresden.de/zooms/df/dk/0001000/df_dk_0001708/ -o 524.jpg
The input option '-i' must be given
-- Malenki (talk) 14:38, 30 April 2010 (UTC)
Yeah, the -i field is needed. The -b just modifies the intent. You need python2.6 dezoomify_new.py -i http://fotothek.slub-dresden.de/zooms/df/dk/0001000/df_dk_0001708 -b -o 524.jpg. There was a different bug in the code for this case, so you'll need to get the latest code for it to work. Also, the URL can't have a slash at the end of it. I tested it on your URL, it works. Please inform me of any other bugs or suggestions. I will write a clearer set of instructions. Cheers, − Inductiveload (talk) 00:40, 1 May 2010 (UTC)
Thanks a lot for clarifying and the enhanced description. I tried a lot of combinations but I wouldn't have thought of putting -b after -i $url.
In case you have some spare time you could try to figure out why the script is unsuccessful with this image although all others work. Maybe it is soothing for you to know that the dezoomify-ruby-script doesn't work with that path, too. ;) -- Malenki (talk) 10:02, 1 May 2010 (UTC)
It appears to be because image 6-0-35.jpg doesn't exist where it should (TileGroup7). Can you give me the link to the place the Zoomify flash object is so I can check Zoomify if working there? If not, it may be that the structure for this file has been damaged, and the image will not be retrievable. Otherwise, something has been overlooked in the code (you are right that having the ruby script break here to is soothing!). Thanks, Inductiveload (talk) 18:16, 1 May 2010 (UTC)
With zoomify you can watch it here. It seems I stumbled over another object with broken highest zoomlevel here. -- Malenki (talk) 08:04, 2 May 2010 (UTC)

┌─────────────────────────────────┘
Yeah, the highest zoom level is broken here. The Zoomify viewer seems to be able to compensate for that by using a low zoom level if needed. The transition happen just below the (17) label on the left-hand side. I will not add this support (ie. a patchwork of multiple zoom levels) to my script just now because it is non-trivial. I may add support of using a smaller zoom levels on command, and I may make it so the script will not choke, but leave a blank space, so you can tesselate holes by hand. Is that acceptable? Inductiveload (talk) 13:31, 2 May 2010 (UTC)

It's more then I could have wished for ;), thanks a lot again. Interestingly I found some more images with tiles "missing" in the highest zoomlevel - the tiles were stored a Tileset higher than script expected. Best (or worst) example is this. -- Malenki (talk) 20:44, 2 May 2010 (UTC)

I'm struggling to get the following to work. python dezoomify.py -i "http://newton-le-willows.com/zoom/newton-1849" -b -o -d /home/me/mymap.jpg I tried it with the web page URL first http://newton-le-willows.com/index2.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=202&pop=1&page=0&Itemid=54 but that didn't work either. I'm suspecting that the site may check referer value and not deliver the xml file that it should. 94.192.116.91 19:25, 31 August 2010 (UTC) Andrew

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File:Silicon wafer.jpgEdit

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EM SpectrumEdit

For the EM spectrum, a better version: http://www.lbl.gov/MicroWorlds/ALSTool/EMSpec/EMSpec2.html

Some stuff could be copied into our version, e.g. the "sources" area. --Matt57 (talk) 13:23, 19 April 2010 (UTC)

A help request for a PD story I've already done conversion & OCR onEdit

Hi Inductiveload,

I used any2djvu to convert 20 individual page jpegs of Adjustment Team to djvu. Two pages include illustrations which are also PD. I'm not sure if I should have done the pages individually and if that is the way to do it I don't know if there is some way to avoid having to fill out the copyright info and description 20 seperate times. I actually did the OCR while scanning from the magazine so that isn't broken up to match the individual pages yet. I can write up the copyright search info pretty quickly. Indeed when it isn't vandalised you can see it for the story in the Wikipedia article though I probably should name the stories in the magazine that enabled me to find the correct Copyright Registration Number for the original publication. It's one of about 23 public domain works included in a Copyright Renewal with the date of first publication advanced a year and in some cases such as this story the magazine of first publication is also changed. A jpg of the magazine's table of contents and copyright notice is in Commons and that doesn't have a vandalism problem which I think is because it can't be vandalized anonymously. The copyright info for the artwork by Faragasso is more straight forward as it's simply not renewed and it was unquestionably drawn to illustrate this story so I don't have to try hunting to be sure it wasn't published in some other context earlier than the Copyright Office online catalog would show a renewal for. It's shameful the funds and mandate weren't provided for the Copyright Office Online Catalog to go back to 1923, the post-1960 copyright law revisions are stealing our culture.

When I started looking at the instructions at Wikisource I just got overwhelmed. This was about 5-6 weeks ago and I'm just not finding the time to spend figuring this out so I've let it stay dormant but I think you offered to help back around the beginning of March. I have the .djvu files, the .jpg files, I could probably make a PDF containing them as a single file if that would help though it still wouldn't solve the lack of time to figure out the complicated Wikisource template(s) (and co-ordinating the files in Commons with text in Wikisource if the template(s) don't do that). I've almost no time for Wiki stuff lately. I'd like to do this as a Wiki project but without help I'm going to have to do it somewhere else that isn't such a hassle. I think you said there was someway you could and were willing to handle this if it was too much for me. When I have more free time I plan to work at learning the Wiki process but I don't think I'm going to have that free time for several months and I'd like to get at least one or a few old PD stories done before that. Not sure if I want to do more from this magazine unless I can find reprints somewhere though. The way it is stapled makes scanning very difficult and I don't want to risk further damage from trying to get the pages flat enough to scan or trying to remove the staples so the pages can be laid down nice and flat. Still the stories that haven't been reprinted may be the most important to preserve and I think the artwork and original presentation are historically and culturally important so I'm not certain it isn't worth removing the staples. Especially if I can find some guide on how to do this with minimal chance of damage and a way to reinsert them afterwards. Refrigerator Heaven (talk) 22:08, 22 April 2010 (UTC)

Hi Refrigerator Heaven. I'm slightly confused as to what it is you want. Are you saying that you have a set of individual DJVU files, one per page? DJVUs are like PDFs in that you can have multiple pages in a single file. I can collate then for you if you like (you need a script to do it efficiently). If you upload the JPGs or DJVU pages to a third party site like drop.io or megaupload, that will allow me to have a look and see how best to proceed. Generally I would say that everything needs to be DJVU'd, and illustration pages can be uploaded separately as high-quality JPGs (DJVU introduces compression artifacts which are not a problem with text usually, but can ruin the pictures).
I'm not sure what you are saying about the copyright. Is it renewed or not?
As for removing the staples for a good scan, I would say that if you carefully prise the legs up from the inside and gently pull them out from behind the spine, you will be able to replace them easily at the end. And it would be great to have a work like that that doesn't have a lot of extant copies or reprints floating around. That is what Wikisource especially needs to focus on - saving works from the memory hole, so to speak! Inductiveload (talk) 10:42, 23 April 2010 (UTC)
Hi Inductiveload. Yes, I made the scans as one page per file JPGs and converted them to one page per file DJVU files using the online converter. I can upload them in both file formats at a third party site for you to look at and decide how best to proceed. After I've done that I'll give you the link(s). I geuss collation is what I want but I had the impression the pages had to be seperate when I scanned so didn't even do the opposing pages as single files. The illustrations are integrated with the text layout.
Copyright is not renewed for either the illustrations or the short story. There are no misleading or confusing copyrights for the artwork. There is a copyright renewal made after Philip K. Dick's death that includes 23 non-existent works "first published" in 1955 which coincidentally have the same titles as 23 works published in 1954 that entered the public domain because they weren't renewed in time plus 10 works actually published in 1955 and the 1955 works are listed as being published in the year and magazine issues of actual first publication. I've researched this very carefully and own about six of the 1954 magazines containing such stories so am able to verify first publication from the magazines and copyright notices as well as the many bibliographies which consistently show these 23 stories as being first published in 1954. If you search the Copyright catalog for Adjustment Team you will find "[War veteran, and other contributions. By Philip K. Dick.]" includes "(In Imaginative tales, Sept. 1955) Adjustment team. Pub. 1955-07-07; B00000542735." My scan is of Adjustment Team from Orbit Science Fiction, Sept-Oct 1954, No.4 (see Adjustment Team [2]; look at history if the Copyright status section has been anonymously blanked as has happened a number of times) which has no copyright renewal.
I'll try removing the staples as you describe, some of the public domain stories may never have been reprinted or the reprints are as rare as the original publications. Refrigerator Heaven (talk) 04:24, 26 April 2010 (UTC)
DJVU should be at http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=46b6c0518bcf6d4908f8df73f2072ed6e918d7433be513496d217c73094ddc3b
JPG should be at http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=46b6c0518bcf6d4908f8df73f2072ed6e918d7433be51349e91dc00c2f906379
Let me know if this works correctly or not to share the files. Thanks for your help. It's much appreciated. Refrigerator Heaven (talk) 06:07, 26 April 2010 (UTC)
Hi, sorry for the delay. I have uploaded the DJVU at file:The Adjustment Team, 1954.djvu. For future reference, I have recently completed an image -> DJVU converter which runs in Python, which I used to perform this task. You can use this yourself if you want to in future. The script is at Wikisource, here. Best Inductiveload (talk) 01:40, 10 May 2010 (UTC)
Thank you. This is very much appreciated. I've assumed there were reasons for the delay and wondered if I should ask if you were going to be unable to do this. As you can tell from the date of my reply, I've been delayed by various things myself. Does the copyright info need to be edited to specify the author of the illustrations and that they are in the public domain? I did research them and they are in the public domain regardless of whether the copyright belonged to Faragasso or to Hanro Corp. as works made for hire. I'll check the conversion script and see if I understand how to use it and what, if any, additional software I may need to install. I was so excited to see the files I didn't even check if any of the text has been done. If not, learning that process and working on that will be my first priority as time permits. Thanks again. Refrigerator Heaven (talk) 07:20, 16 May 2010 (UTC)

Zoomify walk-through for non-programmers?Edit

I've been reading help manuals and trying to get this running but it's going nowhere for me. Could I ask for a step-b-step, non-programmers guide to using dezoomify? I've installed Python 2.6, PIL, and done a good bit of reading but I can see spending a l-o-n-g time stumbling around before I have any idea what I'm doing. I can't even figure out where to add the URL of the page with the zoomified image. Thanks for any help you're willing to give.

Bob —Preceding unsigned comment added by Bentbobb (talk • contribs) 23:49, 1 May 2010 (UTC)

  • Hi! I'm glad you want to use my script. I have written some examples for the Dezoomify script on it's page, I don't know if you saw them. The steps to using dezoomify.py are:
  1. Download and install Python and PIL (you did this already).
  2. Copy-paste the code into a file (dezoomify.py) on your computer
  3. Open the command promt
  4. Navigate to the folder where you saved dezoomify.py (using the "cd" command. If you don't know how to use the command line, you may not understand the next bit about command line parameters: read some online tutorials and stuff)
  5. Enter dezoomify.py -i http://URL.com/zoomify/etc/blah -d -o c:\file.jpg (or the command you want to use - see the script's page for an explanation of these)
  6. Press enter, and wait. If you wrote "-d" as an option, it will tell you how it is doing. When it is done, the file should exist where you asked for it after the -o parameter.
  7. If it breaks and spews some error messages, it may be a bug in my code - please tell me.

Hope this helps. And please sign posts in future using four tildes: ~~~~ Thanks Inductiveload (talk) 00:02, 2 May 2010 (UTC)


Thanks Inductiveload, this helped a lot, and thanks Bob for asking in the first place. One thing - in the interest of other fellow copy&paste programmers :) - command line with 'python' in it didn't work, it did when I replaced 'python' with 'dezoomify.py'. And one question - is it possible to make it work for flash sites like this one http://www.bl.uk/magnificentmaps/map4.html ? It reports that it found the image directory but then ends with an error message. Anyway thanks again for such an easy to use script! Fatzers (talk) 13:53, 3 May 2010 (UTC)
You may need to look in the page HTML source for a "zoomifypath" field. In this case it is "zoomify_files/framauro_map", so the full base URL (use the "-b" flag) is http://www.bl.uk/magnificentmaps/zoomify_files/framauro_map/. That appears to be working. That was an error in my instructions: I've fixed it now. Note that there are more instructions on the dezoomify script page. Cheers, Inductiveload (talk) 20:45, 3 May 2010 (UTC)
Inductiveload, thank you for your kind reply. I tried framauro but I seem to be getting an error at row 5 col 1 (IOError: cannot identify image file), perhaps for the reasons you discussed above? and for my original goal, http://www.bl.uk/magnificentmaps/zoomify_files/the_island_map/ - which is extremely large (20+k in width) - I'm getting MemoryError, maybe my RAM (700Mb total) and free HD space (cca 300 MB) aren't enough? I will reread all the instructions and try again though. Anyway, lots at Christie's and Frick museum art give me more than enough tiles to play with so thank you again :) Fatzers (talk) 23:38, 3 May 2010 (UTC)
 Bob again,

I've gotten it working (somewhat) with the help of a programmer friend of mine (he showed me the very handy 'Command prompt here' thingy in Explorer) but the site I'm trying to collect images from doesn't have any code like you described. It's here... http://www.maggiesottero.com/dress.aspx?line=d&style=AD3371 and all I can find in the HTML code is

I'm stumped.

  Thanks for your patience.Bentbobb (talk) 00:09, 6 May 2010 (UTC)
  I've gotten it working on the indicated page.  Seems I had to do some digging to find the zoomify pointer.  I don't know enough about HTML to know what I did but using the Opera browser and 'examine element' I found the pointer.  Thanks again.
BobBentbobb (talk) 22:00, 9 May 2010 (UTC)
Dear Fatzers, Just wondered if you have been successful in dezoomifying the image http://www.bl.uk/magnificentmaps/zoomify_files/the_island_map/ I have been trying but to no avail :( Would be really grateful if you might share the image with me if you have been able to capture it. Thanks in advance. Arechampions (talk) 06:50, 20 May 2010 (UTC)
Sorry for the late answer Arechampions, I'm afraid the MemoryError won't go away, didn't have the opportunity to try it somewhere else with more RAM/HD space, I'll post here if I manage it :)Fatzers (talk) 20:48, 12 June 2010 (UTC)
Long time no see but I am happy to say I managed to get the island map :) if you still need it paste your e-mail here ;)Fatzers (talk) 18:37, 7 May 2011 (UTC)


Hello Inductiveload, great script, but I am trying to make it running.
I have got Python 2.6 and PIL. I am doing everything step by step by your points. But when I enter "dezoomify.py -i http://URL.com/zoomify/etc/blah -d -o c:\file.jpg" he tells me that "invalid syntax" and shows the http under. Where can be the problem ?
Raff—Preceding unsigned comment added by Raff13 (talk • contribs) 17:47, 31 May 2010 (UTC)
I'm afraid I can't help you unless you give me a more precise description. What is the command you are using (including URL so I can test) and what exactly does the error message say? Thanks, Inductiveload (talk) 19:44, 1 June 2010 (UTC)
Well, it was my lack of experience with Python. The script is working perfectly :) But I noticed slight decrease of quality comparing to original. It looks like PIL is making a jpeg from jpegs ?
OK. That is quite possible. I will take a look when I have a moment to see if I can bump the PIL JPEG quality. Thanks for the heads up. Inductiveload (talk) 10:35, 4 June 2010 (UTC)
You may not notice that on any poster, but for sure spot it on any map. I noticed there is -e option. I guess I can use it for example to making TIFFs, but I don't know how.
The -e parameter sets what the script looks for, not the output format. I added a "-q" parameter which governs the quality PIL saves with (default is 75 - the PIL default). It is not recommended to exceed 95. Inductiveload (talk) 11:48, 6 June 2010 (UTC)
Thank you Inductiveload for your kind reply and fast reaction. Now it is working perfect :)
Although, I would have one question more. How should the list.txt look like ? I have simple txt file with urls, but he downloads the only the latest (the lowest) url. And stops.
I am sorry, Inductiveload, but list.txt just doesn't work. It takes only one url from the list and that's everything.
Sorry for the delay, I was wrapping up some studies. I can't reproduce the problem you have: it works for me. The text file should be one URL per line. If it is still broken, please post your input file. I have uploaded a new version of the script with some minor changes, but nothing addressing your problem. Edit: bug may have been fixed sometime in July, and I forgot about it. Inductiveload (talk) 04:13, 10 August 2010 (UTC)

Hi Inductiveload. Can you help with this page: http://www.open2.net/treeoflife/index.html

Sorry, this pages doesn't use zoomify, as far as I can tell, or if it does, it's not the same version as this script collects. Besides, this images is copyrighted. Inductiveload (talk) 17:07, 4 November 2010 (UTC)

Hey there... I wanted to use your script, but I didn't get it running... I'm using Win7 32bit, installed Python 2.6 and PIL. I even did all the things you said before (opening cmd and entered dezoomify.py -i http://URL.com/zoomify/etc/blah -d -o c:\file.jpg. After I've pressed Enter, I've got the following dialog: Found image .................

Traceback (most recent call last):

 File "C:\Python26\Scripts\dezoomify.py", line 247, in <module>
   main()
 File "C:\Python26\Scripts\dezoomify.py", line 55, in main
   Dezoomify(opts)
 File "C:\Python26\Scripts\dezoomify.py", line 228, in __init__
   self.getProperties(imageDir)       # inspect the ImageProperties.xml file to
get properties, and derive the rest
 File "C:\Python26\Scripts\dezoomify.py", line 114, in getProperties
   content = urllib.urlopen(xmlUrl).read() #get the file's contents
 File "C:\Python26\lib\urllib.py", line 86, in urlopen
   return opener.open(url)
 File "C:\Python26\lib\urllib.py", line 207, in open
   return getattr(self, name)(url)
 File "C:\Python26\lib\urllib.py", line 346, in open_http
   h.endheaders()
 File "C:\Python26\lib\httplib.py", line 908, in endheaders
   self._send_output()
 File "C:\Python26\lib\httplib.py", line 780, in _send_output
   self.send(msg)
 File "C:\Python26\lib\httplib.py", line 739, in send
   self.connect()
 File "C:\Python26\lib\httplib.py", line 720, in connect
   self.timeout)
 File "C:\Python26\lib\socket.py", line 547, in create_connection
   for res in getaddrinfo(host, port, 0, SOCK_STREAM):

IOError: [Errno socket error] [Errno 11004] getaddrinfo failed

What can I do?! I already googled the error, but as a layman I didn't make it work correctly. Thanks for your help, fresch. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 88.73.247.94 (talk • contribs) 20:18, 1 November 2010 (UTC)

Hi! Seems that the description file can't be found, perhaps this file doesn't use the same zoomify format as usual? Without seeing the link, I can't replicate this. If you can post the address that will be helpful. if you are not comfortable with posting it here, you can email me at my username at gmail dot com. Inductiveload (talk) 17:07, 4 November 2010 (UTC)

BOT requestEdit

Hi, another request: when you will change in 64 files the Category: I Ching hexagrams to Category:Unicode Yijing symbols SVG, I shall provide the category for that. I see this parting more useful. The files are File:Iching-hexagram-##.svg where ## is 01 to 64. Just give me a short answer, and we can continue. -- sarang사랑 11:52, 5 May 2010 (UTC)

File:Popularscience test a.pngEdit

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There seems to be a problem regarding the description and/or licensing of this particular file. It has been found that you've added in the image's description only a Template that's not a license and although it provides useful information about the image, it's not a valid license. Could you please resolve this problem, adding the license in the image linked above? You can edit the description page and change the text. Uploading a new version of the file does not change the description of the file. This page may give you more hints on which license to choose. Thank you.

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Another proposal ...Edit

Hello ! Though a french native, and in spite of your explanation in french (cession au domaine public de votre fichier “normal distribution”) I am starting from to talk to you, I would highly appreciate you to accept to discuss and answer me in your native language. And the porposal is to tackle about Gauss and Pareto, should you be interested in making sense and links between mathematics and sociology, with the following suggestion (that the Pareto law might be a strong basis to explain some descrepancies about the french secularism “laïcité” and start hence forth new negociations between english and french “cultures” or manners or schools or skills, as you want) and question (could you please help me find the right value of what I call the “5-50” ratio of the Pareto law, where 50 stands for “half-done” and “5” is my hypothesis, so far, about the right value of the expected input to hit this target, and might be either the right value (5.0 ! wow !) or slighly different (dash it all !!). Thank you (should it match, then more suggestions) 2rh (talk) 09:43, 3 August 2010 (UTC)

Hi, I'm not really able to help with this - I just draw the pictures. Someone at the English Wikipedia Reference Desk or French Wikipedia Oracle might be more able to help you. Inductiveload (talk) 03:44, 10 August 2010 (UTC)
Thank you 2rh (talk) 13:12, 20 August 2010 (UTC)

Tip: Categorizing imagesEdit

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Hello, Inductiveload!

Tip: Add categories to your images

Thanks a lot for contributing to the Wikimedia Commons! Here's a tip to make your uploads more useful: Why not add some categories to describe them? This will help more people to find and use them.

Here's how:

1) If you're using the UploadWizard, you can add categories to each file when you describe it. Just click "more options" for the file and add the categories which make sense:

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2) You can also pick the file from your list of uploads, edit the file description page, and manually add the category code at the end of the page.

[[Category:Category name]]

For example, if you are uploading a diagram showing the orbits of comets, you add the following code:

[[Category:Astronomical diagrams]]
[[Category:Comets]]

This will make the diagram show up in the categories "Astronomical diagrams" and "Comets".

When picking categories, try to choose a specific category ("Astronomical diagrams") over a generic one ("Illustrations"). Pro-tip: The CommonSense tool can help you find the best category for your image.

Thanks again for your uploads! More information about categorization can be found in Commons:Categories, and don't hesitate to leave a note on the help desk.

CategorizationBot (talk) 18:53, 11 August 2010 (UTC)

The factual accuracy of the chemical structure File:Daptomycin (3D Stick).png is disputedEdit

Dispute notification The chemical structure File:Daptomycin (3D Stick).png you uploaded has been tagged as disputed and is now listed in Category:Disputed chemical diagrams. Images in this category are deleted after one month if there is no upload of a corrected version and if there is no objection from the uploader or other users. Please discuss on the image talk page if you feel that the dispute is inappropriate. If you agree with the dispute, you can either upload a corrected version or simply allow the image to be deleted.

In all cases, please do not take the dispute personally. It is never intended as such. Thank you! --Ayacop (talk) 15:26, 4 September 2010 (UTC)


Hi, the image looks OK. But please always give the PDB code with such images. --Ayacop (talk) 06:39, 5 September 2010 (UTC)

I added the code. :-) Inductiveload (talk) 13:56, 5 September 2010 (UTC)

File: Diffraction through Pinhole.svg & Diffraction through Slit.svgEdit

Thank you for these two extraordinary SVGs!

Wenn der Lochdurchmesser deutlich kleiner ist als die Wellenlänge, entstehen dahinter Kugelwellen.
Wenn die Schlitzbreite deutlich kleiner ist als die Wellenlänge, entstehen dahinter Zylinderwellen. In ebener Darstellung wären das Kreiswellen.

Just two little inaccuracies in the files' descriptions:

1.: File: Diffraction through Pinhole.svg: "It is assumed that the hole is just a few times bigger than the wavelength of the wave"
2.: File: Diffraction through Slit.svg: "A digram showing the wavefronts of a planar wave diffracting through a narrow slit. It is assumed that the slit is just a few times bigger than the wavelength of the wave"

very good animation to visualize what I mean: http://www.walter-fendt.de/ph14d/einfachspalt.htm
--80.134.4.69 09:20, 20 September 2010 (UTC)

Hi! Sorry for the delay, I totally forgot about your message. I've changed the descriptions now. Feel free to improve the description on any of my files in future. Regards Inductiveload (talk) 17:07, 4 November 2010 (UTC)

dezoomifyEdit

Hi, I'm trying to dezoomify on Windows Vista. I already loaded the Python 2.7 for windows and pil latest version for windows. I copied the dezoomify.py to C:\ also into C:\python27. I'm writing command as : dezoomify.py -i http://www.pasabahcemagazalari.com/Store/zoom/zoom.asp?UrunKodu=80320 -b -o c:\output.jpg but it's giving : File "<stdin>", Line 1 dezoomify.py -i http://www.pasabahcemagazalari.com/Store/zoom/zoom.asp?UrunKodu=80320 -b -o c:\output.jpg SyntaxError: invalid syntax

i tried a lot combinations with them but no one is worked. Please help. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 88.253.76.226 (talk • contribs) 11:03, 28 January 2011 (UTC)

Sorry for the delay, I haven't had time recently to do much bug-fixing. I have tried it myself, using the URL you gave, and the current version of Dezoomify posted. I get an error, but that is because of a problem with the URL (it can't find the directory, this is a separate matter, I will fix it shortly). I am using Python 2.6 on Linux, and it works under 2.7 on XP, so there is probably problem with Vista. I don't have a copy of Vista (and am unlikely to any time soon), so I'm afraid I can't really help here. To Bob, this is the same for you.
You need to run the program from the same directory. For example, if your dezoomify.py script is in C:\ then, you need go to C:\ in your command prompt before you type your command.
I will get on the problem with your URL soon, 88.253.76.226. Inductiveload (talk) 09:12, 15 February 2011 (UTC)
Just realised the problem. You are both running the command from the Python prompt. You have typed "python" first and entered the python interactive prompt:
>>>dezoomify.py -i http://cdn.maggiesottero.com/zoomify_pics/J141 -d -b -o C:\dz.jpg

This is wrong. You are giving Python a single invalid statement, hence the SyntaxError. You must run the command from the Windows command line. eg:

C:\>dezoomify.py -i http://cdn.maggiesottero.com/zoomify_pics/J141 -d -b -o C:\dz.jpg

This way, you are telling Python to execute this script. Inductiveload (talk) 09:17, 15 February 2011 (UTC)

I have uploaded a new version of the script that can handle URLs like yours (it has a database query: "/zoom.asp?UrunKodu=80320") Inductiveload (talk) 10:01, 15 February 2011 (UTC)


Thanks for it. It is first time started to work in Windows command line. But without " > " in the "C:\>dezoomify.py" the start of the command.

I copied your regular script from it's page but i gave error for my address as below.

C:\Users\'>C:\dezoomify.py -i http://www.pasabahcemagazalari.com/Store/zoom/zoom.asp?UrunKodu=80320 -d -b -o c:\output.jpg ERR: Width not found in ImageProperties.xml

This is because you are telling it "http://www.pasabahcemagazalari.com/Store/zoom/zoom.asp?UrunKodu=80320" is a base directory (you used the "-b" flag, when it isn't). Also, please sign your posts, so I can see what's going on here. Inductiveload (talk) 04:29, 18 February 2011 (UTC)

For your sample address it seemed stared to work, showed files but in the end gave error about permission;

Traceback (most recent call last):

 File "C:\dezoomify.py", line 278, in <module>
   main()
 File "C:\dezoomify.py", line 59, in main
   Dezoomify(opts)
 File "C:\dezoomify.py", line 269, in __init__
   self.image.save(destination, quality=int(opts.qual) ) #save the dezoomified

file

 File "C:\Python27\lib\site-packages\PIL\Image.py", line 1433, in save
   fp = __builtin__.open(fp, "wb")

IOError: [Errno 13] Permission denied: 'C:\\dz.jpg'

How can fix it?

Give me the exact command you wrote for this one, looks like you wrote the output filename wrong, and C:\\dz.jpg is an illegal directory path, so it failed. Inductiveload (talk) 04:29, 18 February 2011 (UTC)

Ok. i fixed the address problem too. If i wrote the addresss as C:\dezoomify.py -i http://www.pasabahcemagazalari.com/Store/zoom/zoom_photo/80320 -d -b -o c:\output.jpg it can find the ImageProperties.xml without problem.


But now i got and error like this;

C:\Users\'>C:\dezoomify.py -i http://www.pasabahcemagazalari.com/Store/zoom/zoom_photo/80320 -d -b -o c:\output.jpg

       Width (overall):   4008
       Height (overall):  5344
       Tile size:         256
       Max zoom level:    6
       Width (in tiles):  16
       Height (in tiles): 21
       Total tiles:       336
       INF: Getting image number (row, col):  0,  0: Index: 121, Tilegroup: 0
       INF: Getting image number (row, col):  1,  0: Index: 137, Tilegroup: 0
       INF: Getting image number (row, col):  2,  0: Index: 153, Tilegroup: 0
       INF: Getting image number (row, col):  3,  0: Index: 169, Tilegroup: 0
       INF: Getting image number (row, col):  4,  0: Index: 185, Tilegroup: 0
       INF: Getting image number (row, col):  5,  0: Index: 201, Tilegroup: 0
       INF: Getting image number (row, col):  6,  0: Index: 217, Tilegroup: 0
       INF: Getting image number (row, col):  7,  0: Index: 233, Tilegroup: 0
       INF: Getting image number (row, col):  8,  0: Index: 249, Tilegroup: 0
       INF: Getting image number (row, col):  9,  0: Index: 265, Tilegroup: 1

Traceback (most recent call last):

 File "C:\dezoomify.py", line 278, in <module>
   main()
 File "C:\dezoomify.py", line 59, in main
   Dezoomify(opts)
 File "C:\dezoomify.py", line 261, in __init__
   self.addTiles(imageDir)            # find, download and paste tiles into place
 File "C:\dezoomify.py", line 226, in addTiles
   tile = Image.open(cStringIO.StringIO(tileFile.read())) # constructs a String

IO holding the image

 File "C:\Python27\lib\site-packages\PIL\Image.py", line 1980, in open
   raise IOError("cannot identify image file")

IOError: cannot identify image fileIOError: cannot identify image file

Could you help please. Thank you very much.

This looks like an error caused by a missing image tile (the address 404's). The newer version of the script up now should leave that tile out and continue rather than choke and die. However, in this case about 90% of the tiles are missing, as any tilegroup over 0 (i.e. all but the first 256 tiles) are all missing. You can use the new "-z" parameter to specify a zoom level lower, which hopefully has all the tiles. I did not have a problem with, for example:
python dezoomify.py -i http://www.pasabahcemagazalari.com/Store/zoom/zoom.asp?UrunKodu=80320 -d -z 4 -o /tmp/dz1.jpg

Inductiveload (talk) 04:29, 18 February 2011 (UTC)

Amon CarterEdit

Hi, I have several different dezoom scripts, for different sites, but none work on the following site: //www.birdseyeviews.org/zoom.php?city=Honey Grove&year=1891&extra_info= would you have any suggestions? Also, is there any documentation on how to rewrite your script for different types of sites? Any help is greatly appreciated. ThanksBflo2000 (talk) 05:13, 6 March 2011 (UTC)

You don't need to rewrite my script - it should work on all dezoomify objects. In your case, you give it this command:
python dezoomify.py -d -i "http://www.birdseyeviews.org/zoom.php?city=Honey Grove&year=1891&extra_info=" -o C:\honey.jpg
The "-i" is the input URL, the "-o" is the output file and the "-d" tells it to inform you about progress. You can see other examples above the script on its page. You need the quotes as the URL has a space in it. Since it works, I have done the first image, it is at File:Honey Grove, Texas (Thaddeus Mortimer Fowler, 1891).jpg. Inductiveload (talk) 14:27, 8 March 2011 (UTC)

Thanks for the assist. I didn't understand that you needed the parenthesis... Is there any reason why the script would hang and stop on the above link? I get through various stages and it just stops. I tried in on other link in the same site and with the same result.This is version 2.7 of python. Also, tested on 2 separate systems with the same results. Bflo2000 21:27, 26 March 2011 (UTC) Bflo2000 (talk) 21:55, 26 March 2011 (UTC)

I'm afraid I can't reproduce it—the image download perfectly for me. Could you be a little more specific as to when it hangs? Are you using the exact command written above? Inductiveload (talk) 02:12, 27 March 2011 (UTC)

The script stutters and hangs after getting anywhere between 1 - 50 tiles. I have a screenshot but am not sure how I can post it.Bflo2000 (talk) 00:02, 31 March 2011 (UTC)

You could just stick it up on http://imageshack.us. Does it hang due to a program fault (indicated by a "traceback" of Python commands) or just stops and waits forever? Without either a screenshot or a copy of that traceback I can't do anything. Inductiveload (talk) 19:35, 31 March 2011 (UTC)

Have you ever seen a error message like this: http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/695/201105032359.png/ Bflo2000 (talk) 04:05, 4 May 2011 (UTC)

  • I have no idea what that error is, I couldn't reproduce it and have never seen it before. It could be that the server is rejecting the Python script's access. I have updated the script to spoof the user-agent (so the server thinks the script is a Firefox browser) and the referrer to be google.com
  • The base directory is not correctly derived in this case, so you need to use the following command:
python dezoomify.py -i http://collections.terraamericanart.org/internal/media/zoomifyDispatcher/1993.7 -b -d -o /tmp/a.jpg

Very impressive!Bflo2000 (talk) 03:14, 6 May 2011 (UTC)

Do you have any idea what type of resource requirements that the dezoomify script places on the server (just curious)?Bflo2000 (talk)

Well the main RAM usage is the image object that is kept in memory. I have no idea what that takes, but you can easily experiment to find out how big an image you can fit into 1GB. As for network bandwidth, a large-ish Zoomified image can have over 1000 tiles, each of which is a separate URL fetch of a 256*256 image (a few kB each, a few megabytes in total). That's the best I can say for now. Inductiveload (talk) 21:54, 12 May 2011 (UTC)

Jan 2012Edit

Hello, Could you please look at this link and tell me if the dezoomify script should be working? I am having issues getting this to work. Thanks http://americanhistory.si.edu/militaryhistory/exhibition/zoomify.asp?id=364&type=i&width=640&height=480&color=&hideAlt=1 ThanksBflo2000 (talk) 21:19, 29 January 2012 (UTC)

This seems to work for me. Note that it is the new Sourceforge version that needs Python 3:
python dezoomify.py -b -i http://americanhistory.si.edu/militaryhistory/img/media/364_or/ -d -o C:/box.jpg
Cheers, Inductiveload (talk) 22:52, 29 January 2012 (UTC)

I installed the new version, and download the code sourceforge and tried the exact link you posted but I am getting an error.

C:\Python30>python dezoomify.py -b -i http://americanhistory.si.edu/militaryhistory/img/media/364_or/ -d -o C:/box.jpg Traceback (most recent call last):

 File "dezoomify.py", line 481, in <module>
   main()
 File "dezoomify.py", line 68, in main
   Dezoomify(opts)
 File "dezoomify.py", line 463, in __init__
   self.getProperties(imageDir, opts.zoomLevel)       # inspect the ImageProper
 ties.xml file to get properties, and derive the rest
 File "dezoomify.py", line 309, in getProperties
   code, headers, content = getUrl(xmlUrl) #get the file's contents
 File "dezoomify.py", line 118, in getUrl
   contents = response.read().decode(errors='ignore') # contents of the URL (HTML, javascript, css, img, etc.)
 TypeError: decode() takes no keyword arguments

Any thoughts?Bflo2000 (talk) 01:57, 30 January 2012 (UTC)

I hope it's okay, if I answer this? Dezoomify is incompatible with your Python version (3.0), the error should disappear after you upgrade to and use the most recent one (3.2). —Quibik (talk) 08:21, 30 January 2012 (UTC)
Hi Quibik, I think that is the problem (. Bflo: execute python --version at the command line to check which version your system has for "python". I am running 3.2.2. Inductiveload (talk) 18:15, 30 January 2012 (UTC)

I think I'm getting closer but I'm still getting a error. I confirmed the version is now 3.2.2, but when I post the confirmd address above I still get a error. I've posted the error code here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9138588/python-error-cmd-code

Any advice is appreciated. ThanksBflo2000 (talk) 05:14, 4 February 2012 (UTC)

I can't see what the error is, the code isn't showing properly. Please put the stacktrace up at [3] and give me a link to that. And try without the final slash first:
 python dezoomify.py -b -i http://americanhistory.si.edu/militaryhistory/img/media/364_or -d -o C:/box.jpg Inductiveload (talk) 18:32, 4 February 2012 (UTC)
Have you downloaded and placed "jpegtran.exe" to the same directory where the python script is? "The system cannot find the file specified" when calling a subprocess suggests that it is missing. —Quibik (talk) 22:24, 4 February 2012 (UTC)

I added the "jpegtran.exe", but was still getting issues so I did a little research and I saw that jhead.exe was also required for certain applications. Once I added that the script was completing with the address above, so thank you for pointing me in the right direction, but when I would try another;
(such as: python dezoomify.py -b -i http://americanhistory.si.edu/militaryhistory/img/media/411_or -d -o C:/box5.jpg) I get a "Tile downloading stopped prematurely" error (see http://pastebin.com/4b9uczZh). I've tested on a couple of different sites and have gotten similar errors. It's odd because it's an indiscriminant error (meaning one link on a site will work but another won't). Any thoughts? Bflo2000 (talk) 04:59, 7 February 2012 (UTC)69.204.111.208 01:28, 9 February 2012 (UTC)

Hello Inductive. Would you happen to know what tool is used to zoom the following link? http://www.encyclopedia.chicagohistory.org/pages/6329.html ThanksBflo2000 (talk)

RTL NOR gate schematicEdit

Thank you for updating RTL NPN nor.png to create a prettier version RTL NPN NOR Gate.svg.

Alas, the prettier version is not yet correct. According to the discussion at Wikipedia: Talk:Resistor–transistor logic#Simplified schematic, a functioning circuit needs to pull R1 and R2 in opposite directions, to V- and V+. I suspect the annoyance of requiring 3 power rails -- the V+, V-, and GND rails -- is one of the reasons this logic family is no longer popular.

Rather than accept what some random people on the Internet once said, perhaps you could base your drawing off one of the historical references Dicklyon mentioned in that talk page or its associated article -- say, Page 8 of Patent 3349175 "Method for synchronizing cryptographic teleprinter equipment" by Meisingset et al. 1967.

Thank you again. --DavidCary (talk) 22:25, 5 February 2011 (UTC)

Sorry, that is a stupid mistake caused by over-hasty copy-pasting. I've fixed it, and turned the resistor downwards to make is clearer (presumably I saw the upwards pointing resistor and assumed it was going "up" to the higher voltage). Thanks for telling me. Inductiveload (talk) 04:18, 12 February 2011 (UTC)

fix drawing?Edit

Hi Inductiveload, Thanks for your contributions.

I think the broken lines which indicate the ragged edge of the viewable surface look too much like machine threads on this image: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:ISO_and_UTS_Thread_Dimensions.svg

I think the far left and far right sides should have a more random jagged messy edge- not a crisp sawtooth that could be confused with more threads. Or, perhaps just straight vertical walls instead of jagged or sawtooth?

Best regards, Michael Flynn Electricmic (talk)

How about with curved edges? Also, feel free to fiddle with it yourself. Inductiveload (talk) 14:37, 8 March 2011 (UTC)

Dezoomify licenseEdit

Hi Inductiveload, could you license Help:Zoomable images/dezoomify.py under the {{MIT}} license? That makes it easier to add it to pywikipedia. Multichill (talk) 19:22, 8 March 2011 (UTC)

✓ Done. Is the "Expat" variant the right one? Inductiveload (talk) 13:28, 9 March 2011 (UTC)
Used it for Commons:Geographicus. Did modified it a bit to be able to use it as a module. Multichill (talk) 18:51, 25 March 2011 (UTC)

File:The Romance of Isabel, Lady Burton - Burton.jpgEdit

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Image move requestEdit

Sorry to bother you, but I was wondering if you wouldn't mind moving (renaming) 11 images that I uploaded out of order:

The moves need to be renamed in the following order, as some renames will take the place of old ones:
✓ Done Move this To here
✓ Done File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 029.jpg File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 031.jpg
✓ Done File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 029 large.jpg File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 031 large.jpg
✓ Done File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 027.jpg File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 029.jpg
✓ Done File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 027 large a.jpg File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 029 large a.jpg
✓ Done File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 025.jpg File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 027.jpg
✓ Done File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 025 large a.jpg File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 027 large a.jpg
✓ Done File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 025 large c.jpg File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 027 large c.jpg
✓ Done File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 023.jpg File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 025.jpg
✓ Done File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 023 large a.jpg File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 025 large a.jpg
✓ Done File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 023 large b.jpg File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 025 large b.jpg
✓ Done File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 023 large c.jpg File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 025 large c.jpg

And when finished moving, Speedy Delete the following (as they will be irrelevant, except for the 23's, which I will be newly uploading in the future using correct corresponding images):

  • File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 023.jpg
  • File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 023 large a.jpg
  • File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 023 large b.jpg
  • File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 023 large c.jpg
  • File:Howells, Stops of Various Quills, 1895 029 large.jpg

Consider me indebted, Londonjackbooks (talk) 04:30, 28 March 2011 (UTC)

✓ Done. Let me know if there's a problem or if anything else is needed. --Spangineeren ws (háblame) 14:09, 30 March 2011 (UTC)
Spangineer,—flawless work... Thank you :) Londonjackbooks (talk) 03:24, 31 March 2011 (UTC)
Thanks, Spangineer, I was busy yesterday.
Londonjackbooks: I am not a Commons admin, so I can't delete files here anyway! Sorry to lose your indenture, maybe I can make it up in future. ;-) Inductiveload (talk) 14:40, 30 March 2011 (UTC)
Ahh--Well, I saw your name listed as a "file mover" here, so recognizing your name from WS, I thought I'd give you a "call"... I am SURE I will need your help with something in the future, with my track record!... Thanks, Spangineer, for performing the moves... I'll take a look at your handiwork in a couple minutes! :) Londonjackbooks (talk) 01:16, 31 March 2011 (UTC)

Any advice on dezoomifying this image?Edit

Hi, I'm running Win 7 32 bit and trying to get this image:
http://www.nshistoricplaces.ca/maps/index_maps.php?map=hfx1879

I'm stuck. Tried with -b in the second attempt. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

C:\Python27>dezoomify.py -i http://www.nshistoricplaces.ca/maps/index_maps.php?map=hfx1879 -d -o c:\o.jpg

ERR: Source directory not found. Ensure the given URL contains a Zoomify object.


C:\Python27>dezoomify.py -i http://www.nshistoricplaces.ca/maps/index_maps.php?map=hfx1879 -d -b -o c:\o.jpg

ERR: Width not found in ImageProperties.xml


Thanks Hfxmike (talk) 19:32, 1 April 2011 (UTC)

Hmm, this image is glommed together into a big SWF, including all the place markers, etc. Dezoomify can't extract the root folder, as it's gummed up inside the opaque SWF file, not in the HTML source as usual. However by looking at the HTTP requests sent for the images (using Firebug's Net panel), you can get the base folder as: http://www.nshistoricplaces.ca/maps/hfx1879folder/hfx1879
So the command you need is:
dezoomify.py -i http://www.nshistoricplaces.ca/maps/hfx1879folder/hfx1879 -d -b -o c:\o.jpg
Cheers Inductiveload (talk) 22:05, 1 April 2011 (UTC)

A requestEdit

Completed request!

Hi there Inductiveload!

I've seen this four view drawing you've created of the Eurofighter Typhoon, and it's impressive!

I was wondering if you could do the same for this aircraft. A variety of photos and line drawing can be found here and here to help you. I would've used these line drawings instead but I believe they're copyrighted. Cheers! --Sherif9282 (talk) 16:39, 4 April 2011 (UTC)

Also, there are a lot of flickr photos here that you mind find helpful. --Sherif9282 (talk) 16:48, 4 April 2011 (UTC)
OK, I'm working on it. It may take a while to complete. Cheers, Inductiveload (talk) 18:59, 10 April 2011 (UTC)
Sure, take your time, and thanks! --Sherif9282 (talk) 12:36, 16 April 2011 (UTC)
Done! File:Helwan H-300.svg. Sorry it took a while, I got distracted halfway through. Most of the fine detail is based on features found in the Commons photographs - only the general shape is from outside sources (as there is no top-down view of this aircraft on Commons), and even that is not copied, as I don't believe the other 3-view accurately shows the shape from the photos (especially in the tailplane area, and the wings are too long). Cheers, Inductiveload (talk) 14:04, 16 June 2011 (UTC)

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width not found in ImageProperties.xmlEdit

Hello, I'm using your script to download some pictures from sites about advertising. The script works very well except with this site: http://www.dubailynx.com/

Writing the following code:

C:\Python27>python dezoomify.py -i http://www.dubailynx.com/winners_media/2010/p rint/zooms/00211_1 -b -o c:\prova4.jpg

I get this error: ERR: Width not found in Imageproperties.xml

I checked the file Imageproperties.xml online and in its content there is the variable WIDTH and it's correct.

Can you please help me? Thanks

This happens because there is code on that page that checks you have Javascript and cookies enabled. If you don't have one of them, it will refuse to load the page, and the Python program has neither. Unfortunately, I don't know how to fool the website into thinking these are active, so I'm afraid there's not much I can do at the moment.
If anyone else knows how to fix it, please tell me, or fix it yourselves and update the script! Thanks Inductiveload (talk) 15:17, 16 April 2011 (UTC)

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dezoomify Err: Image too large to fit into memoryEdit

Hi Inductiveload,

Thanks for posting your script. Even though I don't know a thing about programming, I was able to get it working except that I get "ERR: Image too large to fit into memory" when I try to download from http://www.gigamacro.com/two_dollar/two_dollar_front_sm.html. It works fine at zoom level 4 but anything higher and I get the error. I've been trying to figure this out on my own but the learning curve is pretty big.

If you have suggestions or hints, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks!

This is because the image is very large (8.3 gigapixels) and the RAM on your computer is too small to contain it. Unfortunately, there's nothing I can do to help you on this one. The only way to overcome this limit is to use a lower zoom level, upgrade your RAM or rewrite the script to somehow add image blocks in-place on the hard drive without holding the whole thing in memory (not sure if that is possible). Sorry about that, Inductiveload (talk) 12:29, 25 April 2011 (UTC)

DezoomifyEdit

Hello again,

Now I've fixed a faulty script and replaced it with the one you offered on the page, but now after entering c:\dezoomify.py -i url blah -o c:\me\me\blah.jpg I get an error message saying "ERR: specified directory not found. Check the URL." I'm using an auction site. I'm on Windows 7. What am I doing wrong?

Thank you very much!

Mizbelle (talk) 06:15, 12 May 2011 (UTC)

That means the URL you have given does not contain a recognised Zoomify object. I'll need to see the URL to know what that problem is. If you can just paste the whole command you used, that will be good. Inductiveload (talk) 16:45, 12 May 2011 (UTC)

Okay, so I changed my system. Checked the source for BOTH pages and I know they're both Zoomify objects (http://www.hampel-auctions.com/en/A84/78010029/onlinecatalog-zoom/ and http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/ZoomImage.aspx?image=/lotfinderimages/d54334/d5433495&IntObjectID=5433495). Tried the -b command, but then I got a whole mess of errors for the first one:

C:\Users\me> C:\dezoomify.py -i http://www.hampel-auctions.com/en/A84/7
8010029/onlinecatalog-zoom/ -b -o C:\Users\me\out.jpg
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\dezoomify.py", line 416, in <module>
    main()
  File "C:\dezoomify.py", line 69, in main
    Dezoomify(opts)
  File "C:\dezoomify.py", line 396, in __init__
    self.getProperties(imageDir, opts.zoomLevel)       # inspect the ImageProper
ties.xml file to get properties, and derive the rest
  File "C:\dezoomify.py", line 213, in getProperties
    code, headers, content = getUrl(xmlUrl) #get the file's contents
  File "C:\dezoomify.py", line 116, in getUrl
    response = opener.open(request) # open a connection and receive the http res
ponse headers + contents
  File "C:\Python27\lib\urllib2.py", line 398, in open
    response = meth(req, response)
  File "C:\Python27\lib\urllib2.py", line 511, in http_response
    'http', request, response, code, msg, hdrs)
  File "C:\Python27\lib\urllib2.py", line 430, in error
    result = self._call_chain(*args)
  File "C:\Python27\lib\urllib2.py", line 370, in _call_chain
    result = func(*args)
  File "C:\Python27\lib\urllib2.py", line 606, in http_error_302
    return self.parent.open(new, timeout=req.timeout)
  File "C:\Python27\lib\urllib2.py", line 398, in open
    response = meth(req, response)
  File "C:\Python27\lib\urllib2.py", line 511, in http_response
    'http', request, response, code, msg, hdrs)
  File "C:\Python27\lib\urllib2.py", line 436, in error
    return self._call_chain(*args)
  File "C:\Python27\lib\urllib2.py", line 370, in _call_chain
    result = func(*args)
  File "C:\Python27\lib\urllib2.py", line 519, in http_error_default
    raise HTTPError(req.get_full_url(), code, msg, hdrs, fp)
urllib2.HTTPError: HTTP Error 404:

Thanks again. --Mizbelle (talk) 03:15, 13 May 2011 (UTC)

  • OK, that particular error is caused by a typo in a library name, the script is fixed now.
  • The second problem is a space in your URL, which will break it.
  • The third problem is using the -b parameter when you are not giving the base directory.
  • The fourth problem is a non-standard Zoomify instantiation, which doesn't hold the Zoomify path in a recognisable way. :*The solution to this is use the Firebug extension (the "Net" panel) to Firebox to check the HTTP connections coming in to your browser. Then you can easily get the base directory: http://www.hampel-auctions.com/img/auktionen/A84/z/78010029/ Thus the command you need is:
C:\dezoomify.py -i http://www.hampel-auctions.com/img/auktionen/A84/z/78010029/ -d -b -o C:\Users\me\out.jpg
I'm going to update the instructions now, as a lot of people are running into non-standard Zoomify instantiations which can't be parsed normally. Cheers, Inductiveload (talk) 17:26, 13 May 2011 (UTC)

dezoomify list modeEdit

I can't seem to get the list mode working on my windows system. I've taken a quick look at the script as well as put a couple displays in the script. It seems that only the last line in the file of urls is actually returned and when the /ImageProperties.xml is appended to the url it is put after the new line and makes the url invalid. Can you assist in me getting this option to work. Does the script need some tweaking or am I doing someting wrong? Thanks, vhovar Vhovar (talk) 02:29, 16 June 2011 (UTC)

Quite right, the script has a serious but easily fixed problem. I have fixed the it now (I hope). Please test it out and get back to me! Inductiveload (talk) 02:43, 16 June 2011 (UTC)Great job! The list mode works like a champ now. Thank you for your work on this and for the fix. This is a great resource for us. Vhovar (talk) 02:38, 17 June 2011 (UTC)

Dezoomify on the MacEdit

I have been trying to make zoomify work with Beethoven Kreutzer Sonata on my Mac but it seems to be in a different format. Any suggestions? Or does it work for you? Thanks for your help! from Little Beethoven

Hi, this is a Zoomify object, but it seems to be "non-standard" in some way, so the script doesn't pick up on the resource link. If you read the Troubleshooting page, you will see how to determine the base directory for a non-standard Zoomify instantiation. In the case of the link you gave me, the proper command is:
python dezoomify.py -i http://www.juilliardmanuscriptcollection.org/zoomify/BEET_KREU/BEET_KREU_PF_001 -b -d -o /tmp/outputfile_001.jpg
Edit: Very interesting site. I'm sure these will be a valuable resource for Commons! If you would like me to batch upload the pages one you download them, I own a Commons upload bot, and can do it easily. All you'd have to do is provide me a link to a file sharing site such as MegaUpload holding a zip file of the pages! Cheers, Inductiveload (talk) 18:44, 22 June 2011 (UTC)
Thanks for the help...As this is the first time I have used Terminal I don't really know what I am doing. After copying this command in Terminal I got this response... python: can't open file 'dezoomify.py': [Errno 2] No such file or directory. Maybe I do not have the dezoomify.py file (which I saved to the desktop) in the right place. How should it be saved and where should it go? Thanks so much for your help.. from Little Beethoven
If you are in a terminal, you have to "cd" (change directory) to the directory holding the dezoomify.py script, or give the full path to the script. eg.
cd /home/littlebeethoven/progs/
python dezoomify.py -i....

or

python /home/littebeethoven/progs/dezoomify.py -i....

Cheers, Inductiveload (talk) 23:05, 22 June 2011 (UTC)

Inductive, Thanks for the info so far ...I now copied this into the Terminal:
python /Applications/Python/dezoomify.py -i http://www.juilliardmanuscriptcollection.org/zoomify/BEET_KREU/BEET_KREU_PF_001 -b -d -o /tmp/outputfile_001.jpg
And I got this.

File "/Applications/Python/dezoomify.py", line 3 print('(ERR) Needs PIL to run. You can get PIL at http://www.pythonware.com/ parser = optparse.OptionParser(usage='Usage: %prog -i <source> <options> -o help='the URL of a page containing a Zoomify object help='the URL is the base directory for the Zoomify help='the URL refers to a local file containing a l help='zoomlevel to grab image at (can be useful if print("INF: Output quality over 95% is discouraged due to large filesize 'User-Agent': 'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US) AppleWebK request = urllib2.Request(url, headers=req_headers) # create a request objec response = opener.open(request) # open a connection and receive the http res contents = response.read() # contents of the URL (HTML, javascript, css, img is called if the user does NOT supply a base directory explicitly. It wo print("ERR: Specified directory not found. Check the URL.\nException print("ERR: Source directory not found. Ensure the given URL contain # remove the last bit of path, if it has a "." (i.e. it is a fil # reconstruct the url with the new path, and without queries, pa url = urlparse.urlunparse([ parsedURL.scheme, parsedURL.netloc, imageDir = urlConcat(url, imagePath) #add the relative url to th width = int(ceil(self.maxWidth/float(self.tileSize))) #width of full ima width = int(ceil(width/2.0)) #each zoom level is a factor of two self.levels.reverse() # make the 0th level the smallestt zoom, and highe #READ THE XML FILE AND RETRIEVE THE ZOOMIFY PROPERTIES NEEDED TO RECONST xmlUrl = imageDir + '/ImageProperties.xml' #this file contains informati #example: <IMAGE_PROPERTIES WIDTH="2679" HEIGHT="4000" NUMTILES="241" NU print ('ERR: the requested zoom level is not available, defa print( '\tMax zoom level: %d (working zoom level: %d)' % (self.ma print( '\tWidth (overall): %d (at given zoom level: %d)' % (self.m print( '\tHeight (overall): %d (at given zoom level: %d)' % (self.m print( '\tWidth (in tiles): %d (at given level: %d)' % (self.maxxTi print( '\tHeight (in tiles): %d (at given level: %d)' % (self.maxyTi print( '\tTotal tiles: %d (to be retreived: %d)' % (self.maxxT index = x + y * int(ceil( floor(self.width/pow(2, self.maxZoom - level - index += int(ceil( floor(self.width /pow(2, self.maxZoom - i)) / sel int(ceil( floor(self.height/pow(2, self.maxZoom - i)) / sel print("\tINF: Getting image number (row, col): " + str(row).rjust(2) +', ' + str(col).rjust(2) + ': Index: '+ str(tileIndex).rjust(3) + ', filepath = getFilePath(self.zoomLevel, col, row, self.ext) #cons imageData = cStringIO.StringIO(tileFile) # constructs a Stri print ('\t\tERR: Tile not found or corrupted, skipping. tile.save(os.path.join(self.store , filepath), quality=int(s self.image.paste(tile, (self.tileSize*col, self.tileSize*row)) # def getUrls(self, opts): #returns a list of base URLs for the given Dezoomif self.imageDirs = [ self.getImageDirectory(opts.url) ] # locate self.imageDirs.append( self.getImageDirectory(line) ) # loc self.imageDirs.append( line ) # it was given directl self.getProperties(imageDir, opts.zoomLevel) # inspect the Ima self.constructBlankImage() # create the blank image to fill with til self.addTiles(imageDir) # find, download and paste tiles self.image.save(destination, quality=int(self.qual) ) #save the dezo print( 'INF: Dezoomifed image created and saved to ' + destinati None() "__main__": ^ IndentationError: unexpected indent

What does this all mean? Thanks for your help. from Little Beethoven
Looks like the file has been saved without line breaks, as it has seen the whole program as a single line. Is your text editor set to use "UNIX" or "Windows" line breaks? I think Macs need UNIX style, as Mac OS X is UNIX-like. Inductiveload (talk) 23:38, 22 June 2011 (UTC)
Thank you. I now saved the script with Textmate (and not Word). And now after running the Terminal again I get.
(ERR) Needs PIL to run. You can get PIL at http://www.pythonware.com/products/pil/. Exiting.

Wow, are making progress here! Thanks. I just do not know how to install PIL on a MAC? Help! from Little Beethoven

Well, I can point you to the link you have there, and from there to http://effbot.org/downloads/#pil. There is a Mac package there. I don't have a Mac and I am not permitted, legally or technically, to use a virtual-hardware Mac to see how it is done. Blame Steve Jobs. Inductiveload (talk) 00:42, 23 June 2011 (UTC)
I found this site before I read your post. http://nyteshade.posterous.com/macos-x-106x-python27-and-pil After installing all those programs and using copy and paste in the Terminal....WOW that seems to work! Great Job with all your help. It is still churning !!! I can not thank you enough!!! from Little Beethoven
Wow!!! That works great! It does take a few minutes to get the jpg but it is high quality! Thank you so much for all your expert help!!!! from Little Beethoven
No problem. I look forward to seeing the fruits of your labour on Commons! Please post a link here when you are done so I can have a look-see. And remember to ask me if you want help with batch-uploading. I'm always happy to help with that. Inductiveload (talk) 01:02, 23 June 2011 (UTC)

Inductiveload, Thanks so much for your help so far... I have 3 questions maybe you can help me with?

1)What would I add to the script to make it beep (or make a sound) when It finishes?

You could try the following. Again, I can't test Mac stuff, so I'd be grateful to know if that works - I can add it to my code snippet library!
import Carbon.Snd
Carbon.Snd.SysBeep(1)
Inductiveload (talk) 12:48, 24 June 2011 (UTC)

batch downloadEdit

2) How would I go about using a list of URLs/base directories in a text file in order to batch downloading these files. For instance, the base directories would go from http://www.juilliardmanuscriptcollection.org/zoomify/BEET_KREU/BEET_KREU_PF_001 to http://www.juilliardmanuscriptcollection.org/zoomify/BEET_KREU/BEET_KREU_PF_084 . Would it be possible to manually make a list somehow and automatically get all of the 84 pages one after the other? How would I go about this ...(remember I am very new at this and on a MAC...simplicity is best).

Use the list "-l" argument, as described at Help:Zoomable images/dezoomify.py. The list is simply a text file with each URL on a new line.
python /Applications/Python/dezoomify.py -i /tmp/listfile.txt -l -b -d -o /tmp/outputfile.jpg
Inductiveload (talk) 12:48, 24 June 2011 (UTC)
Thanks a million. Just to know, would this save as 84 individual jpg files with saved names the same as the last three numbers of the URL on the MAC?
Thanks from Little Beethoven

3) Some of the pages do not download they get stuck for instance No21 did not work

python /Applications/Python/dezoomify.py -i http://www.juilliardmanuscriptcollection.org/zoomify/BEET_KREU/BEET_KREU_PF_021 -b -d -o /tmp/outputfile_021.jpg

and No30 did not work

python /Applications/Python/dezoomify.py -i http://www.juilliardmanuscriptcollection.org/zoomify/BEET_KREU/BEET_KREU_PF_030 -b -d -o /tmp/outputfile_030.jpg

I got this:

INF: Getting image number (row, col): 16, 17: Index: 553, Tilegroup: 2
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/Applications/Python/dezoomify.py", line 417, in <module>
    main()
  File "/Applications/Python/dezoomify.py", line 69, in main
    Dezoomify(opts)
  File "/Applications/Python/dezoomify.py", line 400, in __init__
    self.addTiles(imageDir)            # find, download and paste tiles into place
  File "/Applications/Python/dezoomify.py", line 345, in addTiles
    self.image.paste(tile, (self.tileSize*col, self.tileSize*row)) #paste into position
  File "/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/site-packages/PIL/Image.py", line 1088, in paste
    im.load()
  File "/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/site-packages/PIL/ImageFile.py", line 201, in load
    raise IOError("image file is truncated (%d bytes not processed)" % len(b))
IOError: image file is truncated (15 bytes not processed)

And No12 did not work

python /Applications/Python/dezoomify.py -i http://www.juilliardmanuscriptcollection.org/zoomify/BEET_KREU/BEET_KREU_PF_012 -b -d -o /tmp/outputfile_012.jpg

Is there something I did wrong? Or is it something else? Oh by the way I already have the 1st 44 files of this piece (minus those 3 that didn't work) Each page takes about 6 to 10 mins after copying the script to Terminal. Thanks for your help. from Little Beethoven

Some Zoomify ojects have mising files. The code is supposed to be robust against it, but it's breaking. I'll fix it later today. A solution is to download the image at a lower zoom level by one (-z), which halves the resolution. You can also save the image tiles with "-s" and patch the hole with an image editor. Inductiveload (talk) 12:48, 24 June 2011 (UTC)

I am trying out these new things you recommended. You have been such a great help! I am trying batch downloading now. It seems It saves the files starting from outpufile000.jpg. Is there something To get it to use the same last 3 digits as the URL in the listfile.txt? Thanks so very much for your input. LittleBeethoven (talk) 16:20, 24 June 2011 (UTC)

I'm afraid there is no way to make it save as a custom name without editing the code. I have a new project just starting for a more featureful Dezoomify-type program. Stay tuned! If you would like to add features, Python is a very beginner-friendly language, and probably wouldn't take long to get to a standard where you can tweak the script. Inductiveload (talk) 21:05, 24 June 2011 (UTC)

Another Flash SiteEdit

Hello Inductiveload, I am stumped again. I found another Flash Based site (I think it is at least) but it seems to be in a different format. Conservatory of Music in Milan How would I find out the Base Directory on this site? Thanks so much for your help. LittleBeethoven (talk) 20:58, 24 June 2011 (UTC)

This is not a Zoomify installation, it works using a database query. Dezoomify cannot help you here, but I can possibly rustle something up if you have a need. Inductiveload (talk) 21:03, 24 June 2011 (UTC)
Wow that would be great!! I can't wait. You have been so helpful. LittleBeethoven (talk) 21:23, 24 June 2011 (UTC)

Different Kind of SiteEdit

Hello Inductiveload, I found a site that I have no idea what to change in order to get it to work. This German Archive is troblesome... at least to me. What do you think? LittleBeethoven (talk) 06:35, 25 June 2011 (UTC)

Again, not a Zoomify installation, but it is a very similar system. Please keep reporting different sites which don't seem to work with dezoomify, as I can incorporate them into an over-arching framework, but that will be a few days at least before anything useful. Inductiveload (talk) 01:37, 29 June 2011 (UTC)

dezoomify batch script changeEdit

I am using your batch script and love it! Except one thing which is this: I am on a machine with a total possible ram of 2gig. I use FreeRAM XP Pro set to clear the ram when it gets below a certain number. This works great on slow machines, the ram gets cleared before your script knows there isnt enough and continues 8 times out of 10. On fast machines the script is too fast and starts to process the next url before the memory manager can clear the ram and the script stops. I am wondering if you can insert a 5 second pause between url processes in order for the ram to catch up. Is this possible? Thanks in advance.

It's easy to do yourself. Add "time.sleep(5)" under "for row in range(self.yTiles):" at line 313. Inductiveload (talk) 00:31, 9 July 2011 (UTC)

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i can not downloadEdit

hi, i'm trying to use your script and it does not work for the page:

http://www.bieszczady.pl/bieszczady/mapa/mapy/przewodnik?catID=241

using url helper i found base url:

http://www.bieszczady.pl/mapa/ruth/

when i put this into script the result is as below:

http://www.bieszczady.pl/mapa/ruth//ImageProperties.xml http://www.bieszczady.pl/mapa/ruth//TileGroup1/6-0-0.jpg http://www.bieszczady.pl/images/stop.gif http://www.bieszczady.pl/images/stop.gif http://www.bieszczady.pl/images/stop.gif http://www.bieszczady.pl/images/stop.gif http://www.bieszczady.pl/mapa/ruth//TileGroup1/6-0-0.jpg http://www.bieszczady.pl/images/stop.gif http://www.bieszczady.pl/images/stop.gif http://www.bieszczady.pl/images/stop.gif http://www.bieszczady.pl/images/stop.gif http://www.bieszczady.pl/mapa/ruth//TileGroup1/6-0-0.jpg http://www.bieszczady.pl/images/stop.gif http://www.bieszczady.pl/images/stop.gif .................................. and so on so forth

i must say i'm not a programmer so please help me to resolve this issue... (i successfully downloded images from some pages any way)

Hi there, your first issue is the trailing slash "/" at the end of the base directory. Your second issue is caused by the "referrer" header causing the server to reject the request. Simply type a "#" in front of line 111 of dezoomify.py: 'Referer': 'http://google.com', so it now reads #'Referer': 'http://google.com',
Just to be sure, the command you want is something like
python dezoomify.py -i http://www.bieszczady.pl/mapa/ruth -b -d -o C:\out.jpg
Cheers, Inductiveload (talk) 04:30, 5 August 2011 (UTC)

A lot of respect and simple THANK YOU

A Problem SiteEdit

This site http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b9058368s.zoom.r=Triemer.langEN does not follow your system. As far as I can tell... I am not a programmer so don't quite know how to go about this on this site. Any help is welcome. Thanks —Preceding unsigned comment added by 84.55.252.203 (talk • contribs) 20:27, 12 September 2011 (UTC)

This is not a Zoomify installation, so Dezoomify can't work here. It could be incorporated into the program, but I don't have time right now. Sorry. Inductiveload (talk) 03:43, 13 September 2011 (UTC)
However, keep checking back for a new version which can deal with different kinds of image tilers, including Gallica. I have started writing it, but progress is slow as I am unfortunately busy in real life. If it is urgent, I can grab it for you next week (I'm not able to do much scripting right now since this isn't me normal computer) and upload it. Cheers, Inductiveload (talk) 02:57, 16 September 2011 (UTC)

Dezoomify not working for me..Edit

I can't get dezoomify.py to work. Using Win7(32Bit) and Python27. I type the line below at the (Windows command prompt) C:\>

dezoomify.py -i http://www.lib.uwo.ca/files/madgic/london_fip_1888/ViewerImages/London_sheet10_1888.html -d -o c:\output.jpg

and it gives me this

C:\>dezoomify.py -i http://www.lib.uwo.ca/files/madgic/london_fip_1888/ViewerImages/London_sheet10_1888.html -d -o c:\output.jpg
   File "C:\dezoomify.py", Line 216
     print xmlUrl
                ^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

I tried changing the xmlUrl to something else thinking that the Url could be protected. That also gave me the same syntax error with the different variable/string name. It's been a long time since I did any programing :) Before you ask I changed the both instances of the xmlUrl (generation and call) lines for that. Generation line 2 lines above I think. I can't think of what the problem could be as it's not a protected variable? Thinking back to my old BASIC days. I tried C:\dezoomify.py without anything after to see what would happen and I also tried some of the examples given on the script page and got the same error every time. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Update: After correcting the syntax errors in my version of the script. There were a few. Checking into Python scripting you can't print without (parenthesis) around the content of what you want to print. I then updated the online version to remove the syntax errors (hope that was ok?). I'm getting a new error. I've tried a few different things to fix but it persists. So here is my new error. Using the exact same URL as above. I tried three different ways.

First was to add "quotes" around the URL because I had read that spaces/underscore required the quotes around it (didn't work) Then I checked to see if the URL was the true base URL for the image using the Firebug method. It was nearly the same except for the .html on the end was missing so I tried it without the .html in both quoted form and non quoted form. All of these different attempts produced this

ERR: Specific directory not found. Check the URL.
Exception: HTTP Error 404: Not Found

I have a feeling that the URL is to long for the script to handle? That would take me beyond my current code writing ability to fix if that is the case. Also to all those out there I've found that once you get an error you need to close the command prompt window and start again or it will just drop to the next line without executing. Seems it keeps the error no matter what you type next. I'm still chugging though.. It's been fun so far but any help again would be appreciated. Ron Ronson2k3 (talk) 08:16, 15 September 2011 (UTC)

  • Hello, and thanks for using Dezoomify. Are you sure you are using Python 2.7? You can certainly write "print foo" in Python 2.x (I do it all the time because I'm lazy), it's only in 3.x that you can't because the print statement is removed, leaving only the function. This script will probably not work with Python 3.x, and if it does, there are no guarantees that it won't fail in mysterious and arcane ways. You can check the version by writing "python -V" at the command line.
  • However, using Python 2.7, the script works for me. You have made a mistake in your command. Since you are specifying a base directory, you need the "-b" flag. If you don't have that, the script will look for an indication of the base directory in the HTML, which often fails since there are many ways it can be specified. I intend to expand this method in future, since it's currently a pile of cruft, but there are bigger things afoot with dezoomify, and base directories are easy to find with Firebug. The base directory does indeed not have the .html suffix. The command you really need is:
dezoomify.py -i http://www.lib.uwo.ca/files/madgic/london_fip_1888/ViewerImages/London_sheet10_1888 -b -d -o c:\out.jpg

Cheers, Inductiveload (talk) 02:45, 16 September 2011 (UTC)

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Dezoomify.py tweaksEdit

Hi! I found your dezoomify.py script very useful, so I thought I would perhaps improve it further. Here is a list of the tweaks/improvements I made:

  • Most importantly, I threw out the Python Imaging Library and replaced it with jpegtran. As a result, tile merging is now done outside of python but is 100% lossless (no JPEG recompressing). The resulting JPEGs are also a little bit smaller thanks to jpegtran's -optimize option.
  • The tiles are stored either in a temporary directory in the system's temp folder or a local directory if the -s flag is set.
  • Tile downloading is now done in multiple threads.
  • Option to skip tile downloading and work directly with the stored ones.
  • Added custom filename functionality to the list-based working mode.
  • Updated the code to work with python 3.

The updated source code is available here. The reason I have included a jpegtran executable is because it's actually a custom build – I had to modify and recompile it to fix an issue (non-MCU size blocks on the right/bottom edges of images were not included). The modified source code is also available in the zip (so you don't have to run binaries from some random shady characters like me).

If you like the changes, you could perhaps update the dezoomify.py wiki page to include them. Any thoughts and further improvements are welcome too. Regards, Quibik (talk) 18:44, 3 October 2011 (UTC)

Wonderful, it sounds great! I will have a look right now. Thank you! Inductiveload (talk) 18:48, 3 October 2011 (UTC)
The Python code works (with a few tweaks) on my Linux machine, but the jpegtran code refuses to work. I have copied your files into the IJG jpeg source tree, and it compiles, but the '-drop' option isn't recognised. However, the version in their distribution of 8c works, but presumably doesn't have the patch you included (have you submitted it to IJG?). Is the patch critical?
  • The main change I made:
      -  cmd = ' '.join(['...','..'])
      +  cmd = ['...','..']
Passing a list in works better than combining into a big string, because the quotes to delimit filenames were breaking it. Does it still work on Windows machines with the straight list?
  • I also used os.join for the default jpegtrans exec to make it tolerate cross platforming
I'm going to set up https://sourceforge.net/projects/dezoomify/ to administer dezoomify because the wiki system doesn't work well for more than one file, and version control is easier at SF. Inductiveload (talk) 22:31, 3 October 2011 (UTC)
SF page is live and working, feel free to add tickets, patches, etc. Inductiveload (talk) 00:12, 4 October 2011 (UTC)
Setting up a SourceForge project was a great idea! If you gave me writing permissions for the repo (I'm "kvib" at SF), I'd gladly commit some (already pending) changes. I'll probably create some tickets to discuss, too, tomorrow.
Jpegtran caused no issues for me on my Linux system. Maybe you are using some previously installed jpegtran executable by accident? The patch is not strictly critical – you would still manage to recover ~99% of the image without it. Unpatched, (width mod 16) columns and (height mod 16) rows of pixels will be missing from the right and bottom side of the image, respectively. I thought about submitting my changes to IJG and probably will, but considering that the "droppatch" is still an experimental feature and not part of the stable release after 11 years, my hopes aren't exactly high.
About the python code, passing a list is certainly a better way to do it, indeed. I only used 'join' as a quick fix to a bug that I did not look into but which you luckily eliminated (2 parameters were passed as one, accidentally). —Quibik (talk) 01:03, 6 October 2011 (UTC)
Ok, you are now a developer!
I will try again with jpegtran, and if it continues not to work, I can make a ticket to keep the problem at SF. What I did was replace the files jpegtran.c transupp.c transupp.h in the official jpeg-8c code with the jpeg-8c-patch code and compile. The result I get at "drop-time" is the jpegtran instructions spooling by, and not tile placement (the first tile is happily created). Simply swapping out the binary to the official one works. The "new" jpegtran doesn't have "drop" in the instructions.
I am very happy to have you onboard with this program, it looks like you have some great ideas! Inductiveload (talk) 14:26, 6 October 2011 (UTC)
Thanks! I uploaded a patched jpegtran Linux build to SF. You can at least use that, if all else fails. Maybe adding '--disable-shared' to ./configure helps (otherwise the created jpegtran executable is just a bash script that runs the binary located in .libs)? —Quibik (talk) 17:24, 6 October 2011 (UTC)

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Bot problemsEdit

It seems that your bot is jeopardising categories, as can be seen here. --Foroa (talk) 09:18, 28 October 2011 (UTC)

That edit was made during testing of the code for the NARA upload bot (which is operated by Dominic) by my bot, and the error that caused this effect (bad gallery parsing) was fixed. I hadn't realised it wasn't undone after testing. Thanks for the heads-up! Inductiveload (talk) 23:20, 28 October 2011 (UTC)

A barnstar for you!Edit

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Thanks for everything you did! Wadzar (talk) 11:36, 9 November 2011 (UTC)

nice workEdit

File:SR71 J58 Engine Airflow Patterns.svg nice work Decora (talk) 19:24, 11 November 2011 (UTC)

DezoomifierEdit

Hi. I already used a version of the dezoomify programme to download a folio from the British Library on en.wikipedia.org. I was happy to see that your programme made this so easy. However, there is now a growing permanent collection of digitalised images which are viewable in what seems to be a different format (with their own aspx viewer). Is it possible to download directly a high quality version of an image like this [4] using some variant of your programme? Thanks in advance, Mathsci (talk) 15:03, 26 January 2012 (UTC)

Sorry for the delay, I totally forgot about replying! I will take a look at incorporating the new protocol into dezoomify - I have very recently started editing the program to allow it to accept plug-in parts for different protocols. Inductiveload (talk) 19:45, 15 February 2012 (UTC)
Thanks for the reply. If you could carry out tests on the BL manuscripts catalogue above, that would be extremely helpful. Cheers, Mathsci (talk) 12:39, 22 February 2012 (UTC)

bot requestEdit

Hi Inductiveload, may I ask you for a bot run at the English wiktionary? Or will other people do that, I don't know. I would need small edits in 240 articles, rather easy automatic working folllowing a list I will provide. When you answer you may use my talk page, too. -- sarang사랑.svg사랑 18:46, 15 February 2012 (UTC)

I don't have a bot flag at Wiktionary, and I don't know their system for getting one, or who is an active bot operator there. It would probably be best to go and ask at their central discussion page. Sorry about that. Inductiveload (talk) 19:45, 15 February 2012 (UTC)

Thank you. I asked because I had no idea whether a bot work on all projects, or not. I shall look as you advice. -- sarang사랑.svg사랑 14:23, 16 February 2012 (UTC)

Permission request, April 6, 2012Edit

Hello, I see that you have made the image CANDU Reactor Schematic.svg (http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5a/CANDU_Reactor_Schematic.svg) available under a CC-BY-SA license. I would like to ask permission to use the image in a course on MIT OpenCourseWare under our CC-BY-NC-SA license. May I contact you to send you a request? Lweeramu (talk) 17:27, 6 April 2012 (UTC)

You have my permission to use it, however as I based it on an earlier CC-BY-SA image, you also need to ask User:Emoscopes to release his contribution too. I can send an email to confirm my release if needed. Inductiveload (talk) 01:28, 9 April 2012 (UTC)
Thank you very much. May I have your email address to send you our license? Mine is lweera at mit dot edu. Meanwhile, I'll contact Emoscopes for his permission, as you suggest. Lweeramu (talk) 17:24, 25 April 2012 (UTC)
You are very welcome. My email is inductiveload at gmail dot com. Inductiveload (talk) 19:39, 25 April 2012 (UTC)

addVIAFdata.jsEdit

Hey, I tried addVIAFdata.js and it works great. I would love for this script to become standard of the part of the system. I will try it for a while, maybe write help page for it (do you have one on WS?). I found 2 minor issues with it:

  • a lot of Creator pages have line " | Authority = <!-- {{Authority control|PND=|VIAF=|LCCN=|ULAN=|bare=1}} -->" used for easier manual addition. Unfortunately it seems to confuse your code.
  • Majority of the {{Authority control}} templates are being added to Categories. Some of them directly and some through a Creator template. So your code should work with those as well. If possible you can limit it to sub-categories of Category:People by name.

Thanks a lot --Jarekt (talk) 03:46, 26 April 2012 (UTC)

Hi Jarekt! I have made a couple of changes:
  • The script should now replace commented-out Authority parameters in the Creator templates
  • It should work in the Category NS in the same way it works in the mainspace. It doesn't check for membership of Category:People by name yet, but I can add this if you think it needs it.
As for help pages, there isn't one yet, as the script has only recently become broadly useful and the features have only just become stable. Inductiveload (talk) 11:00, 26 April 2012 (UTC)

Thanks for the script. I just wanted to write the same thing that Jarekt wrote: it doesn't work for the Creator templates that have authority control in comments, which is what happens automatically when a Creator template is created in the first place. I think it might be good to add a preview & save button anyway, mostly I have other stuff to change in these templates anyway, and more often than not I have to add another piece of authority data from another VIAF set (e.g. one VIAF number has LCCN and ULAN, another one has the personalized PND, etc.) --AndreasPraefcke (talk) 08:17, 26 April 2012 (UTC) PS re Jarekt: I am reluctant as to the "standard part of the system". Authority control data isn't for everybody... (e. g. for most people, there is more than one entry in VIAF, and it's difficult to discern anyway. Since we got all the "big names" already in our system, this leaves the lesser known artists and the complicated issues, and it should be handled by experienced people).

See above for the template insertion issue (the script was designed for from enWS where the AC template is positioned more like in the main/category spaces). As for preview and save, that's quite difficult to script in (at least, I don't know how to do it, I only know how to send a "save" API call). However, you can use the tool while in edit mode and it will only update the textbox and not save.
Also you can use the "comment" tool at VIAF to alert them to split records - they told me this is the best way to report them for now. They will merge them and redirect one of the VIAF ID numbers to the complete record. PND also tends to have split records, but I don't know how to report it. SELIBR is receptive to these reports. Perhaps we should have a page where we can list split records and just tell VIAF to check by occasionally? Inductiveload (talk) 11:00, 26 April 2012 (UTC)
Thanks. Good idea with using it in edit mode. That's good enough for me. DNB knows about their double and triple PND numbers (some are only about "names", some really authority data for "persons"), and they won't do too much about it. We report a lot of real mistakes at w:de:Wikipedia:PND/F, though. VIAF needs some public tool for merging and splitting datasets (maybe for select power users), I think, or at least possibilities to tag such issues quickly on the site. But that's their problem, which we cannot solve for them. --AndreasPraefcke (talk) 13:07, 26 April 2012 (UTC)
This sounds like a really nice script. I just wanted to point out that hopefully meta:Wikidata will make Commons- (or Wikipedia-)stored authority controls obsolete, so it may not be worth investing too much time in developing special tools now. --Zolo (talk) 10:29, 26 April 2012 (UTC)
Ah well, the script is basically complete, so may as well use it! At least I learned something about AJAX and gadgets, even if the script as a whole is obsolete next week! Inductiveload (talk) 11:00, 26 April 2012 (UTC)
Additionally, if I'm reading the Wikidata pages correctly, wouldn't this tool be just as useful there in future as a gadget to gather centralised data? And presumably, good AC data here can be used as a source to "prime" Wikidata with some info? Looks like a great project, I can't wait to see what happens there! Inductiveload (talk) 18:25, 26 April 2012 (UTC)
Sure, I suppose the AC data from Commons, de.wp etc. will be moved to Wikidata and I hope we can directly extract data from at least the Library of Congress (that should be Public Domain). Wikidata structure will be a bit different from current Wikis, with semantic forms rather than templates, but I suppose that most of your script can be used there too. --Zolo (talk) 19:13, 26 April 2012 (UTC)

One small thing: the script should not work in categories if a creator template is present (because people should add/change authority data within the template, not additionally). --AndreasPraefcke (talk) 13:36, 26 April 2012 (UTC)

Good point, I'll see what I can do. Inductiveload (talk) 18:25, 26 April 2012 (UTC)
It will now complain at you if it finds a "creator" or "institution" template in the Mainspace or Categoryspace, and won't save the page (though if you need to, it will still give you the raw wikitext so you can copy-paste). Inductiveload (talk) 00:53, 4 May 2012 (UTC)
  • Another small point is that your code adds {{authority control}} instead of {{Authority control}}. It is redirected and everything works fine but the template name starts with capital A. --Jarekt (talk) 15:14, 27 April 2012 (UTC)
  • Another strange issue. Try adding AC template to Creator:Hatifi some VIAF records are for people and some for works. The script probable should only display "Personal" records or should show which one are "personal" and which of some other type. --Jarekt (talk) 03:14, 1 May 2012 (UTC)
  • I'm afraid that is a problem with the VIAF data source. The only source with a useable JSONP interface (needed as I can't execute a generic cross-domain AJAX without a PHP proxy or similar due to browser security) is the "AutoSuggestion" search which doesn't seem to distinguish between works and people. Inductiveload (talk) 00:53, 4 May 2012 (UTC)
  • Also I think you can do some self-advertizing by using edit summary "Authority control template information from VIAF (added by addVIAFdata.js)." --Jarekt (talk) 02:03, 2 May 2012 (UTC)
  • You can also add "Institution" namespace to the list of supported namespaces. VIAF and many archives have records for different institutions and just like {{Creator}} template {{Institution}} template have "authority" field. See for example Institution:Walters Art Museum. --Jarekt (talk) 16:42, 3 May 2012 (UTC)
  • Another minor issue can be seen here there edit of a page resulted in broken creator template. --Jarekt (talk) 15:24, 21 May 2012 (UTC)
  • Thanks for the report: this issue should be fixed now. I have updated the regexes that caused it to not remove excess closing braces. Inductiveload (talk) 14:02, 28 May 2012 (UTC)
I think, this fix causes problems like this, where "<!--" is removed but "-->" is left behind. I think that worked correctly before. --Jarekt (talk) 19:00, 29 May 2012 (UTC)
Indeed, sorry about that. It should be working now. Inductiveload (talk) 23:05, 5 June 2012 (UTC)
Please, see discussion at User_talk:Lupo#addVIAFdata --Jarekt (talk) 22:47, 30 May 2012 (UTC)
Thanks for the heads-up. :) Sorry for the delay, I've been abroad and a long way from computers. Inductiveload (talk) 23:05, 5 June 2012 (UTC)

Since the German National Library has changed their authority data file (it's now called "GND") all instances of "PND=" in categories about people should now be "TYP=p|GND=". See de:Wikipedia:Normdaten. The numbers themselves haven't changed. --AndreasPraefcke (talk) 13:41, 11 June 2012 (UTC)

Andreas, can you explain it in more details at Template talk:Authority control, where others might join in the discussion. I do not fully understand this change yet. Should we replace current PND's with GND's? What shall we do with SWD's and GKD's? How about authority control templates added to Institution templates? etc. But lets discuss it at Template talk:Authority control. --Jarekt (talk) 16:09, 11 June 2012 (UTC)

MediaWiki:VIAFDataImporter.js GadgetEdit

Congratulation: Your script is now a gadget.

Where to go from here?

mw.loader.load('ext.gadget.VIAFDataImporter');

Thank you. -- RE rillke questions? 10:37, 8 June 2012 (UTC)

Thanks Rillke, I created initial version of Help:Gadget-VIAFDataImporter. Inductiveload please ass and correct if needed. Since Inductiveload can not edit MediaWiki:VIAFDataImporter.js directly, than may be we should keep User:Inductiveload/addVIAFdata.js around so he can correct and test future issues. Than he can alert one of us or add {{edit request}} to synchronize the pages. --Jarekt (talk) 14:29, 8 June 2012 (UTC)
I made changes that would need either to be merged back or changed each time before updating. Again a candidate for editinterface. But since this was rejected, I would even support an RfA. The reason why I've split this into a loader and the actual script:
  1. As anon user, 893KB of JavaScript-Code (this value is for the Main Page) are loaded and executed each time changing a page.
  2. Debugging is easier, if the script is not RL-minified.
-- RE rillke questions? 20:37, 8 June 2012 (UTC)
I agree with splitting the script - it is far too heavy to be loaded before you wanted it, and minified code is a pain. Thanks for doing that for me. I can probably manage to maintain this script without admin rights - I'll copy both into my userspace, and just modify the import path - I doubt I'll need to change that file anyway. Inductiveload (talk) 16:28, 11 June 2012 (UTC)

Practical Electronics/Stepper MotorsEdit

At the top of the article, under section "Bipolar Motors", you talk about "low-to-high transition on the STEP input" which applies to the "Step" input in the schematic. I interpret that an external "clock source" would be required to make this work. It would be great if you could extend the diagram to show a clock source or call it out. Et302 (talk) 20:05, 10 June 2012 (UTC)

For a constant step rate, then a constant clock source would work. However, if you want to vary the stepping frequency, or step once and wait for a new event, then this is simply a digital input, triggering a step on the rising edge. In most cases, a clock implies a basic frequency "standard" within a circuit, often (in the simple cases, but not always) the smallest time step in a digital design, which in turn drives the synchronised operation of the circuit. It is not generally changed by the circuit's operation, whereas this input would change frequency or turn off altogether according to the stepping required. Hope this clarifies it a bit. Inductiveload (talk) 10:54, 11 June 2012 (UTC)

Makes sense. Thank you.24.19.239.17 14:25, 13 June 2012 (UTC)

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Ain't no BC2646Edit

Your svg file should be corrected to 2N2646, for it's JEDEC, not Pro Electron.-- Mkratz (talk) 09:35, 19 August 2012 (UTC)

Corrected and re-categorised. Thanks for the catch. Inductiveload (talk) 15:47, 13 October 2012 (UTC)

dezoomify 404 errorEdit

Hello,

I have a problem trying to get dezoomified images that use a temporary filename. Although I use the filename that at the time is valid I still get a 404 error. It seems to initially connect to the provided url but I keep getting 404 errors.

The strange thing is that sometimes (maybe 1 in 200 attempts) it will get the tiles and save the image.

Any ideas what might be wrong??? I have installed Python 3.2.3


C:\Python32>python.exe dezoomify.py -i https://www.mayoralonline.com/ftemp/00000 000000100070003792028092861IC612 -b -d -z 3 -o C:\Documents and Settings\foka\My

Documents\BKY\winter 2012\mayoral\images\00173-91-BKY73-0.jpg

INF: xmlUrl: https://www.mayoralonline.com/ftemp/0000000000010007000379202809286 1IC612/ImageProperties.xml Traceback (most recent call last):

 File "dezoomify.py", line 514, in <module>
   main()
 File "dezoomify.py", line 81, in main
   UntilerDezoomify(opts)
 File "dezoomify.py", line 298, in __init__
   self.getProperties(self.imageDir, opts.zoomLevel)       # inspect the ImageP

roperties.xml file to get properties, and derive the rest

 File "dezoomify.py", line 442, in getProperties
   code, headers, content = getUrl(xmlUrl) #get the file's contents
 File "dezoomify.py", line 133, in getUrl
   response = opener.open(request) # open a connection and receive the http res

ponse headers + contents

 File "C:\Python32\lib\urllib\request.py", line 375, in open
   response = meth(req, response)
 File "C:\Python32\lib\urllib\request.py", line 487, in http_response
   'https', request, response, code, msg, hdrs)
 File "C:\Python32\lib\urllib\request.py", line 413, in error
   return self._call_chain(*args)
 File "C:\Python32\lib\urllib\request.py", line 347, in _call_chain
   result = func(*args)
 File "C:\Python32\lib\urllib\request.py", line 495, in http_error_default
   raise HTTPError(req.full_url, code, msg, hdrs, fp)

urllib.error.HTTPError: HTTP Error 404: Not Found

MediaWiki talk:Gadget-VIAFDataImporter.js#ErrorEdit

If you don't have the gadget talk page on your watch list, there seems to be an issue. If code changes are required to fix it, I am happy if I could help. Thanks in advance. -- Rillke(q?) 13:18, 8 October 2012 (UTC)

My bad, I haven't been around much recently due to real life things, so I haven't checked my watchlist recently. I explained the problem at the page, and it's basically an issue with VIAF's searching API, which is not really ideal for this purpose. Direct VIAF ID lookup might be possible, but it might be better to consider a toolserver-based search proxy. Cheers, and thanks for bringing this to my attention. Inductiveload (talk) 15:33, 13 October 2012 (UTC)

Another bot requestEdit

Hi again, may I ask you for another job? A further category diffusion for several hundreds of files in the Category:Created with Inkscape-hand where the file names end with ..." vapen.svg" would be to change in the file description the text {{Inkscape-hand}} to {{Inkscape-hand|cre={{U|Lokal Profil}}|cat=a|sub=-vapen}}. Because this change recategorizes into a subcategory, the changing job is splitable into smaller portions. sarang사랑 13:48, 5 November 2012 (UTC)

Squared Airy Pattern?Edit

Airy Pattern.svg

Hello Inductiveload, you once made the very nice file shown on the right. I was wondering if you would be able and willing to produce a graph which in addition contains the same function squared. The reason for this is that in confocal microscopy and two-photon excitation microscopy, the final intensity distribution is the result of two point spread functions squared which leads to improved resolution (compared to normal fluorescence). In confocal microscopy this is more a theoretical improvement (since you would have to close down the pinhole to do that) but in two-photon it is for real. I am currently working on de:Konfokalmikroskop and I believe a graphical representation of this would help to explain the situation. So, what I have in mind is an overlay of the graph in the current image with itself squared, both having the same maximal intensity. The second curve could be cyan in color, for example. Best regards, --Dietzel65 (talk) 22:37, 11 November 2012 (UTC) (P.S.: Sorry for making File:FWHMofAiryDisk.png a .png, I don't understand .svg.

wrong results with VIAF_ImporterEdit

Inductiveload, User:Hsarrazin brought to my attention that sometimes the gadget displays numbers and names that do not match numbers and names in VIAF.org. Can you look into it? See User_talk:Jarekt#Problem_with_VIAF_Importer or try to add template to Creator:Wal, A.J. van der. Thanks --Jarekt (talk) 05:00, 29 December 2012 (UTC)

Hello, and Happy New Year :)
I work a lot with VIAF Add Authorities gadget, and after some tests, I can add another point to diagnose the origin of the trouble : it seems that the problem appears only on authors where the "right" VIAF answers contain links to the (test) National Library of the Netherlands - see for example (hence the numerous wrong answers these last days, due to numerous NL creators added)
I don't know if that troubles the VIAF answers, or the way the gadget handles them, but I wish my input can help you solve the pb Smile - Thanx a lot --Hsarrazin (talk) 23:47, 1 January 2013 (UTC)
Here is another one: [[Creator:Ardy Strüwer]. --Jarekt (talk) 14:20, 3 January 2013 (UTC)
It's probably to do with the dodgy "autosuggest" search I have to use, since it is done client-side and browsers are tight on cross-site security. I'm considering changing to a PHP proxy at the Toolserver, and then we could use the real search. Inductiveload (talk) 11:51, 19 January 2013 (UTC)
Can you also check MediaWiki_talk:Gadget-VIAFDataImporter.js. There are several other small issues that require edits, and so far, nobody that knows JS is helping with your script. --Jarekt (talk) 01:28, 21 January 2013 (UTC)

A barnstar for you!Edit

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I truly thank you for all the amazing, replaceable work than you have been adding here. A great resource to anyone digging for circuits, components, plots..this is just amazing it is even more amazing that it is released as public domain! Impressive. Moushira (talk) 20:35, 30 December 2012 (UTC)
Thank you very much, glad you found it useful! Inductiveload (talk) 11:49, 19 January 2013 (UTC)

The picture Beta-minus Decay.svgEdit

Hi, As an improvement to your already excellent work, I would suggest to replace, in the picture file "Beta-minus Decay.svg", the "beta-" symbol by a "e" or "e-" symbol to represent the illustrated resultant particle: the electron. Best regards. 184.160.91.195 01:44, 10 January 2013 (UTC)

Since the beta-decay article uses e throughout, I suppose that makes more sense. Inductiveload (talk) 11:48, 19 January 2013 (UTC)

Toolbar buttons in WikiEditorEdit

I added a couple of your toolbar icons to WikiEditor: https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/52710

I tried to properly attribute you in the commit message. Please tell me if you are not fine with how it's done / wanted something different (such as including your email in the changeset authorship)

Platonides (talk) 22:19, 7 March 2013 (UTC)

Absolutely fine. Glad you found them useful! Cheers, Inductiveload (talk) 09:35, 8 March 2013 (UTC)
The WikiEditor extension is licensed under "GPL v2 or later" (the same license that applies to MediaWiki). Is it also fine to make use of (and modify, distribute, etc.) the icons under that license? (I'd like such a statement for the avoidance of doubt, especially because the FSF claims CC-BY is incompatible with the GPL.) PleaseStand (talk) 06:31, 9 March 2013 (UTC)
Well, I can't remember why they are even licensed like this, as I prefer to release most illustrations as PD. However, I would say since they are rasters they are all {{PD-font}} anyway, so do what you like. I can send an email to this effect if you need. Inductiveload (talk) 19:09, 17 March 2013 (UTC)

VIAFDataImporterEdit

Hi Inductiveload,

Thanks a lot for this very cool gadget. I tried to add support for SUDOC and ISNI to it, but obviously I missed something. Any chance you could have a look?

Thanks! Jean-Fred (talk)

If I remember correctly from when I wrote that tool, SUDOC was a bit "wierd" and I couldn't get it working properly and so I left it out. I don't remember the specifics, but it was presumably not an easily solved problem at that time. In any case, Wikidata is now probably the best place to collect Authority Control data, and they even have some nice tools to do it at wikidata:WD:Tools. If you really need to do it at Commons, maybe those tools have some hints as to the "right" way to get SUDOC and ISNI data? Sorry I can't be more helpful... Inductiveload (talk) 19:13, 17 March 2013 (UTC)

Pole zero plotsEdit

Why do your pole zero plots have poles on the right half of the plane? Doesn't that make the filter output explode?

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Elliptic_Filter_s-Plane_Response_%288th_Order%29.svg

should look like this:

http://www.maximintegrated.com/images/appnotes/733/733Fig10a.gif

These are plots of the absolute gain. The tranfer function has only left-plane poles for stability, as you say. See en:Chebyshev_filter#The_transfer_function for more on this. Inductiveload (talk) 13:46, 21 March 2013 (UTC)

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Hello, I'm trying to make an accurate 3D star map and for this I'm using the information on the article List of nearest stars. I'm using this tool: http://fuse.pha.jhu.edu/support/tools/eqtogal.html to convert from equatorial to galactic coordinates however the mapping I'm getting looks different to your Nearby Stars (14ly Radius) illustration in the same article and I'm wondering if I'm doing something wrong. In my mapping 0° longitude points towards the galactic center and from there I graph the angular distance along the galactic equator anticlockwise. With latitude I go towards +90 or -90, above or below the galactic plane. Would you know why I'm getting a different looking result and what tools did you use to make your map Nearby Stars (14ly Radius)? I'd be glad to have a reply. Mau119 (talk) 22:55, 20 May 2013 (UTC)

Hi, sorry for the delay, real life is really taking up all my time. I really can't remember how that all works. The code included in that image description converts from RA/Dec and distance to 3D coordinates centred on the Sun and plots them in a volume. The coordinates are RA/Dec only: there is no hint in that image as to galactic coordinates, though by knowing the RA/Dec, you could fairly easily draw an arrow pointing there if you wanted. I no longer have access to Mathmatica, so I'd need to re-write into a different language to make an equivalent. Sorry I can't be more helpful. It is possible there is a horrible mistake in there somewhere and my image is totally wrong! Inductiveload (talk) 10:14, 5 July 2013 (UTC)

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Hello. I would like to inform you that I have granted you editor flag at the Arabic Wikipedia, all your edits there will be automatically marked as patrolled. Best regards.--Avocato (talk) 07:09, 6 December 2013 (UTC)

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A barnstar for you!Edit

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A star for your contributions to electronic component images. They are awesome. Kavya Manohar (talk) 15:00, 12 April 2014 (UTC)
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