Python - OpenCV and PyQt5 together

Udemy Python - OpenCV and PyQt5 together

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Create desktop App with image processing techniques and Machine Learning Algorithms.

What you'll learn
  • Learn to use OpenCV and PyQt5 together with Machine Leaning
  • OpenCV - I/O scripts, drawing on image, save video from webcam
  • OpenCV - Histogram, Thresholding, Converting to another color space
  • OpenCV - Features detection, counting objects in image, Hough Transform
  • OpenCV - SIFT algorithm
  • PyQT5 - MainWindow, Menubar, Toolbar, Statusbar, Layouts, Linking to CSS
  • PyQt5 - Menus & Functions, Displaying image, perform actions on the image
  • PyQt5 - Messagebox, information & question
  • Machine Learning - Subdivision, overview
  • Machine Learning - Classification, Regression, Clustering
  • Machine Learning - The way to choose an Algorithm
  • Machine Learning - KNN & K-means demonstration
  • Machine Learning - Detection & Classification of objects on an image
  • Detection & Classification of objects on live video

  • Time & desire to learn
  • A working computer :)
  • Python basics is a plus

Learning from videos is one of the best way to learn! This course explains basics and advanced topics in OpenCV library that is used for machine vision, and also PyQt5 to create real Desktop App with Machine Learning Algorithms. A short overview on some Machine Learning Algorithms explained with pros and cons of each of them. After this knowledge, you should be able to create other applications with UI, processing images, and with Machine Learning algorithm either for classification, regression or clustering. With some basics in Python, you will understand every single coma in the videos. The course is made to be for 'All Levels', so everyone should understand everything without basic knowledge on libraries that are used. However, as it is said several times in the videos, it is a better way to go by learning a language before leaning a library. This tutorial is made to help, remember that it could help someone else even though it does not help a particular group.
Who this course is for:
  • Anyone that is interested on how machine learning works.
  • Anyone that is interested on image preprocessing.
  • Anyone that wants to build Desktop App with Python
  • Python developers / Desktop or Web App developers curious about data science
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