Mit Giant I und Emporer I können handgeschriebene Texte transkribiert werden (via Archivalia und ):
A combination of models containing German language Kurrent and Latin script, also some printed material and smaller amounts of other languages.
Do not use with a language model, it will not work due to the size of the model.
This model works well for documents/collections with Kurrent/Sütterlin and Latin script mixed. For only Kurrent or only Latin script the dedicated models might work better, so please test and compare before use.
Curated by the Transkribus team, this model is occasionally updated with community data for continuous improvement. Based on Transkribus German Handwriting M1.
This model can decipher a wide range of Kurrent handwriting in german from the 16th to the early 19th century. Especially in the earlier centuries this model might work better than the usual Transkribus Kurrent model.
This is a generic model trained on a diverse dataset. Such models provide good results without the need for any extra training work. However, the best results can usually be achieved by training a special model for homogenous material, e. g. texts written by the same person or from a narrow historical period.
Curated by the Transkribus team, this model is occasionally updated with community data for continuous improvement.»