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Official blog of Aspose.OMR for .NET & Java with news of newly supported features, hot fixes, technical articles, tips and videos etc.

Recognize Image from MemoryStream using OMR in C#

You can recognize specific marks on images by performing optical mark recognition operations. For example, you can recognize bubbles filled for a questionnaire, survey, or an exam in the form of Multiple Choice Questions. Please refer to the following sections for further details.

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Create OMR Sheet Checker or Scanner Software in C#

Optical Mark Recognition, abbreviated as OMR, is frequently used to assess questionnaires, surveys, and other information collection standards. In this article, you can learn how to create and check the OMR question and bubble answer sheets using C# language in a .NET application. We will explore the following approaches briefly:

OMR Template Creator and Checker API – Installation
Create OMR Question Sheet Template, Image, and PDF File using C#
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Java API for Optical Mark Recognition and Processing in Images

Java OMR Library

Do you need a simple yet feature-rich Java OMR library? Do you want to recognize optical marks in scanned images? Try Aspose.OMR for Java – A Java class library to perform the Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) operations in Java-based applications. Let’s have a quick walk through the features of the said Java API to see how to recognize optical marks in a variety of image formats and capture human-marked data from surveys, questionnaires or tests containing MCQs.

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Create OMR Template from Text Markup using Aspose.OMR for .NET

 OMR template from Text Markup

An OMR Template is used to be compatible with the optical mark recognition software or API that you are using before it is printed. Designing a custom OMR Template allows your OMR Sheets to look better or they can be created in a way that they will look the same. Aspose.OMR for .NET is an API that can be used in .NET Applications and with its latest release, it allows you to create OMR template from Text Markup. Yes, generating … Continue Reading

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Java OMR API – Perform OMR Operations using Aspose.OMR for Java

Aspose.OMR has been available for .NET Platform and receiving appreciation since its first release. We are honored to announce its upcoming release for Java Platforms. Aspose.OMR for Java is on its way to get released with an exciting set of features which will let Java developers to implement OMR functionality in their applications. Now you can enable your Java applications to read questionnaires, bubble sheets, multiple-choice answer sheets or any survey programmatically. Let’s have a sneak peak into first version … Continue Reading

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Perform OMR operation on Images using Aspose.OMR for .NET


Wait is over guys! Aspose.OMR or .NET has been released and now is available over NuGet Gallery to be used in .NET Application. As shared in pre-release announcement of the API, Aspose.OMR has been provided as simple and lightweight solution that makes performing OMR operation on images a breeze. In this blog post, we will try to go through maximum features API is offering to its users. Without waiting so much, let’s dive into information which will be helpful to Continue Reading

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.NET OMR API to Perform OMR Operations

We are here to share an exciting news about upcoming API for .NET platforms. Aspose APIs are about to add a new member in their community with the name of Aspose.OMR for .NET. Yeah, you may be thinking right after getting name of upcoming API. The API will be offering quite demanding functionality to perform OMR operations over images. Speaking of OMR, you may have idea that it is Optical Mark Reading/Recognition – the process of gathering information from human … Continue Reading

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